Tag wildlife corridors
June 30, 2016

Go for a Hike! A New Trail Opens at the Wildlife Corridor

Learn more about the land protection efforts of Wildlife Corridors LLC. Smith Canyon is also the location of the new Wildlife Viewing Trail. The trail …

Wildlife Corridors – A Progress Report

This article appeared in the February edition of the Patagonia Regional Times. By Lynn Davison It has now been a year since a new organization …

December 9, 2015

Letter from the Director – Fall/Winter 2015

Greetings Friends, The past several months have found Borderlands Restoration staff and partners busier than ever before. We continue to¬†work¬†through existing and new grants and …

Spring 2015 Newsletter

We’ve been busy as bees this spring, click the link to find out what we’ve been up to: SPRING 2015 NEWSLETTER

Johnson Grass No Match for WC Volunteers

Project Report by: Susan Englebry In mid February, after a string of winter rains, a team of eight people with Japanese hand maddocks set out …

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