Science to support conservation:

Our mission is to combine innovative scientific research, education, and technical support to inform, enhance and inspire conservation. Our goal is a rich and enduring biological heritage.

Training leaders

Training leaders

Early warning systems for biodiversity

Early warning systems for biodiversity

Wildlands

Wildlands

About PBI

We believe that knowledge, combined with passion, changes the game. Our conservation science fills critical knowledge gaps, and has made a significant difference in the protection and management of forests, rivers, deserts, wetlands, and imperiled wildlife species. We accomplish our mission through:

From the blog

Keep up to date on PBI activities, events, and progress.

Help build the world you want at FutureFest!

Help build the world you want at FutureFest!

April 20, 2018

FutureFest is a free Earth Day weekend celebration and community brainstorming session on how we want our future to look. Please join us April 21 and 22 in Anacortes! A free weekend celebrating imagination, innovation, knowledge, and our ability to create a community that works for people and planet. You can make a difference. Start … Read More

Pacific Biodiversity Institute evolution

Pacific Biodiversity Institute evolution

April 18, 2018

To Cherished PBI Friends, Volunteers, Sponsors, Collaborators, Advisors, and Coalition Partners, Pacific Biodiversity Institute is planning some exciting, but pivotal, new developments at our two-decades-old organization. These changes offer great promise for our valuable programming and enable us to take the surest path to protect our increasingly threatened environment. We’ll make a formal announcement soon, … Read More

From the Andes to the Cascades

From the Andes to the Cascades

April 9, 2018

In Seattle on Tuesday, April 10th? Come join us at 7pm for some empanadas, great slides and fascinating discussions about the role of new national parks in the Andes, saline lake and dry chaco ecosystems of Argentina with our lead conservation biologist, Lucila Belen Castro! Where: Works Progress Seattle, 115 N 85th Street, Suite 202, … Read More

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