In the last two years, APFA has visited numerous municipalities across British Columbia, to talk about our successful beaver coexistence program. A simple device made of parts available at most hardware stores may not seem like a realistic way to prevent damage – and protect this keystone species – but after seeing our flow devices at work, municipalities become our biggest supporters.
It’s been an incredible opportunity for us to work with these municipalities in the past; but the success of our program is creating a higher demand for beaver flow devices. APFA will send in our experts – at no cost to the community – to help train staff and build these devices, literally saving the lives of beaver families.
We’re hoping to fund our program so that we can build 10 devices in communities this year, at a cost of approximately $1,000 each (parts, supplies, travel and time). Please help us ensure there is enough supply to match the demand. Click here to donate now.