The Jack H. Berryman Institute (BI) is an international organization housed in the Quinney College of Natural Resources at Utah State University. The BI publishes the only scientific journal - Human–Wildlife Interactions - dedicated to reporting research, management case studies, and policy perspectives designed to enhance human-wildlife interactions. We work with our partners and stakeholders to manage human-wildlife conflicts through research, education, extension, and outreach. We leverage our resources with those provided by our partners to provide the best available science to mitigate the need to designate species as threatened and endangered, and mitigate the impacts of invasive and overabundant species on the sustainable use of natural resources. We also seek the resolution of conflicts that may arise in the multiple-use management of private, state, and federal lands. Your support will allow us to better prepare students for professional careers in human-wildlife conflict management, conduct and share innovative research at local, state, regional, national, and international forums leading to innovative public policies to manage human-wildlife conflicts, achieve species conservation, and enhance professional wildlife damage and invasive species management.