The International Human-Bear Conflicts Workshop would not be possible without our generous sponsors and supporters at all levels. We thank them for recognizing the vital importance of the work being done. Their support helps us keep registration costs low, assist with the operational support the workshop needs to succeed and provide travel grants for speakers and experts who otherwise might not be able to attend. Please visit their websites and stop by their booths at the Workshop to learn more.

Partners

The Morro Family Fund

Living with Black Bears

Living with Bears Handbook

The expanded second edition of this useful guide delivers a wealth of easy-to-reference, scientifically sound information, plus tools you can use to educate, motivate and effectively communicate with the most challenging species of all: homo sapiens. “For anyone interested in being part of the real solution to stopping the cycle of human-bear conflicts,” Rich Beausoleil, bear specialist – WDFW.     

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and perpetuating the state’s fish, wildlife, and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities.

https://wdfw.wa.gov/

Bear Vault

BearVault® manufactures bear-resistant food canisters approved by the IGBC. Used by outdoor enthusiasts and professionals to carry food into bear country, approved canisters are recognized as the only effective portable means of food storage in many wild areas, creating a successful barrier between wild bears and human food.

https://bearvault.com/

Polar Bears International

Polar Bears International’s mission is to conserve polar bears and the sea ice they depend on. Through media, science, and advocacy, we work to inspire people to care about the Arctic, the threats to its future, and the connection between this remote region and our global climate. For more information, visit www.polarbearsinternational.org.

Nevada Department of Wildlife

The Nevada Department of Wildlife strives to protect, conserve, manage, and restore wildlife and its habitat for the aesthetic, scientific, educational, recreational, and economic benefits to citizens of Nevada and the United States, and to promote the safety of persons using vessels on the waters of Nevada.  www.ndow.org

Roaring Fork Valley Bear Coalition

Roaring Fork Valley Bear Coalitiona proactive volunteer-based non-profit, is dedicated to reducing human-bear conflicts over a 50-mile corridor. Our citizen groups respond to community needs by reducing attractants, educating residents, and working alongside stakeholders: Colorado Parks & Wildlife, municipalities & trash-haulers to achieve common community goals, enforcement and actions that protect black bears. Join us, rally your communities, become solution-based!

www.roaringforkbears.org

The Safety in Bear Country Society (SIBCS) is a non-profit society that produces educational videos focused on the understanding of bear behavior and its relevance to human and bear safety. Our primary goal is to increase the safety of humans around bears and decrease the unnecessary killing of bears.
https://bearwise.ca/

The Camp Fire Conservation Fund

The Camp Fire Conservation Fund is a proud Partner Sponsor of the Human Bear Conflicts Workshop. Since 1977, we have supported hundreds of habitat projects throughout the world and look forward to working your organizations. Please visit us at www.campfirefund.org to learn more, or if you are interested in a grant request for other conservation-related projects.

The Campfire Fund

The International Association for Bear Research and Management

The International Association for Bear Research and Management (IBA) is a non-profit tax-exempt organization open to professional biologists, wildlife managers and others dedicated to the conservation of all bear species. The organization has 550+ members from over 60 countries.

BearBiology.org

Appalachian Bear Rescue

Appalachian Bear Rescue (ABR) cares for orphaned and injured black bear cubs for return to their natural wild habitat; increases public awareness about coexisting with black bears; and studies all aspects of returning cubs to the wild.  ABR is located in Townsend, Tennessee. www.appalachianbearrescue.org.

NYSDEC Division of Fish & Wildlife

NYSDEC Division of Fish & Wildlife serves the interests of current and future generations of New Yorkers by using our collective skills, in partnership with the public, to describe, understand, manage, and perpetuate a healthy and diverse assemblage of fish, wildlife, and ecosystems. www.dec.ny.gov

Benefactors
Supporters

Bear Wild

Appalachia Georgia Friends of the Bears, Inc.

Massanutten

Advanced Telemetry Systems

Bear Smart Incline Village

Contributors

Wintergreen Property Owners Association