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Planting with the Monsoons

Monsoon season, the summer rainy season that spans from late June to September in the arid southwest, is the perfect time to install native plants …

January 22, 2016
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Propagation Notes: To Seed or To Clone?

The most popular horticulture debate of the year 2015: seeds or cuttings? Our horticulturists and restoration practitioners have their favorite plant materials, but perhaps the …

“Restoring Sky Islands of the West”, GWP Newsletter Feature

    Thank you to our collaborators at Gila Watershed Partnership for featuring the work of Borderlands Restoration in your monthly newsletter! To view the …

BR featured in Monarch Recovery Report

Borderlands Restoration is featured for its milkweed propagation efforts, practiced in the name of Monarch recovery, in a new report by Make Way for Monarchs titled Monarch Recovery from …

Volunteer Wanted: Seed Collections Manager

Borderlands Restoration is a conservation organization with a native plant seed bank, full of genetic material collected across the Borderlands region and organized by watershed. Over …

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    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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