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.

Wildlands

Wildlands

Ocean health

Ocean health

Training leaders

Training leaders

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.

Lucila Castro – Finalist for 2017 NAAEE Award!

Lucila Castro – Finalist for 2017 NAAEE Award!

October 4, 2017

Lucila  Castro, PBI’s Argentina representative was selected as a finalist for the 2017 NAAEE (North American Association for Environmental Education) Award, for young researchers under 30 who are dedicated to protecting the environment. This award showcases young conservationists in a leadership role who are using powerful educational tools to create change through consensus building and community … Read More

Transition Fidalgo talk, 7th Generation Supper  — September 26

Transition Fidalgo talk, 7th Generation Supper — September 26

September 26, 2017

Early Warning Systems for Biodiversity in Cascadia: A Journey via Southern Africa and Antarctica Our executive director Phoebe, gave a talk at the 7th Generation Supper as a part of their Times of Change series. She relayed her years of work doing conservation in Africa, and her experiences working with both engaged government parties, as … Read More

PBI Exhibits at the Bellingham Seafeast – September 23

PBI Exhibits at the Bellingham Seafeast – September 23

September 23, 2017

Thanks to those who joined us at the Bellingham Seafeast on September 23. What a great crowd of very concerned citizens! We educated quite a few folks on PBI’s mission, and the benefits of biodiversity. And we were lucky enough to be nestled between our two great neighbors, the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association and the … Read More

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