BeaverCount is our signature event. We want to bring you into the watershed in winter when you can see and respect all the vitality that we're so blessed to have in this valley. Check out our Calendar for times and places.
With the help of our board, Tina, Tim, Patty, Collin, and Mitch, and numerous other volunteers for helping pull this off for another year. Special thanks to Keanu Lucio who closed us with a hauntingly beautiful flute sonata and good friend Red for busing hump with the clean up. Here are some milestones:
While breaking attendance records, we are trying to improve your experience. This year we opted for carload pricing (since few people ever took the shuttle). Did it work? How was the food? The venue? The Music. We want to hear from you!
Here's what some folks are saying about us:
This was a little fellow we named "Tom Sawyer" He was trapped two years ago.(Gretchen Vanek)
Like a Swiss wood carver, the beaver peels the birch in smooth, single slices. We think we may be able to age the beaver by the cut-marks. Can you think of how?
Beaver Lodge on the SF Mink (ca 2018, photo: (Unknown)
You'll need a good pair of snowshoes to participate in BeaverCount. The newer shoes (not these) feature quick release bindings!
There are many options to travel to census zones. On this amazing day, the South Fork road was perfect for fat-tire biking! (Bruce Padian)
Never walk on thin ice! (Mike Settell)