Based in Oregon, the Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) collaborates with diverse stakeholders to advance conservation scholarship and solutions. Since its founding in 1997, CBI has supported major projects in the fields of forestry, renewable energy, wildlife risk modeling, and more. Recent accomplishments include collaborating on an international environmental risk screening tool, assisting on a species stabilization project for the Quino checkerspot butterfly, and coordinating a regional rare plant monitoring system. Readers can view a full list of accomplishments and project summaries on the About page. The site also hosts the Institute's Blog (under News and Events), Reports (under Products and Publications), and recordings of their Webinars (also under Products and Publications). Jim Strittholt serves as the Institute's president and executive director, and he guides an impressive team with expertise in various scientific disciplines (including wildlife ecology, software engineering, and botany). To stay up-to-date on the team's activities, readers can subscribe to CBI's mailing list. The button to do so is located at the bottom of the home page.