3 Pillars of Restoration

BR and the MAPP Initiative Release A Seed Strategy for the Madrean Archipelago

Our work with the Madrean Archipelago Plant Propagation (MAPP) Initiative goes beyond production management – in 2016, MAPP Initiative partners Borderlands Restoration, Gila Watershed Partnership, …

Members of the Borderlands Earth Care Youth Institute planting flowering plants at a restoration site in the Sonoita Creek Wildlife Corridor. They are part of Borderlands Restoration, a conservation group, located in the town of Patagonia, Arizona, 18 miles from the border to Mexico. June 30 and July 5, 2016, Arizona.

©Bill Hatcher 2016
November 22, 2016
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Borderlands and the Restoration Economy featured in Scientific American

Have you seen Borderlands’ latest feature in no less than Scientific American?  With interviews from two of Borderlands’ founders — Gary P. Nabhan and Ronald Pulliam, …

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October 18, 2016
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Wild Seed Harvest Saturdays: Oct 22nd and 29th from 8 am-12 pm

Native Seed Wild-Harvest Workdays: Building on our seed collection workdays of 2015 at Deep Dirt Farm Institute and Saguaro National Park, we are calling on …

Temperature sensor installation in Vaughn Canyon, by Natalie Wilson
October 3, 2016
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The Effects of Gabion Construction on Infiltration in Ephemeral Streams – Presentation on October 7th, 9:30am in Cady Hall, Patagonia Library

Borderlands Restoration invites Chloe Fandel, M.S. in Hydrology, to present the results of her study on the effects gabions have on infiltration in ephemeral streams. ABSTRACT ‘Low-tech rock structures called …

  • Our Mission

    The mission of Borderlands Restoration is to reconnect wildlife, land, and people in the Arizona/Sonora Borderland region by involving people in restoring the ecosystem on which we depend.

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    PO Box 1191
    299 McKeown Ave, Suite #3
    Patagonia, AZ 85624

    (520) 216-4148