Category: What’s New

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Jun2024
Horizon Foundation Pledges $375,000 to Launch New Center NEWS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 10, 2024 Media Contact:Dr. Louis Harveson432.837.8225harveson@sulross.edu Alpine, TX – Thanks to funding from the Horizon Foundation, a West Texas Water Research Center will soon be established at Sul Ross State University (SRSU) in Alpine. The Horizon Foundation has committed a $125,000 ... Read More
June 10, 2024outofnowhere

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Apr2024
John B. Poindexter was honored at a Houston event for his conservation contributions in West Texas. Poindexter is the owner of the acclaimed Cibolo Creek Ranch in Presidio County, south of Marfa.
April 22, 2024outofnowhere
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Feb2024
The Borderlands Research Institute is conducting extensive research on a private ranch in Brewster County, Texas, where nearly 150 trincheras have been strategically implemented. This study assesses soil accumulation at trinchera sites over two years during the monsoon season.
February 25, 2024outofnowhere
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Feb2024
Aaron Ortega-Gonzalez is fortunate to have mentors in his life. As a child, Aaron was inspired by his uncle, who managed the family’s small ranch, which was located in the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico.
February 20, 2024outofnowhere
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Feb2024
After a successful Water in the Desert conference in January, Sul Ross State University officials are working to enhance the university’s influence regarding water issues in West Texas.
February 6, 2024outofnowhere
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Jan2024
International student Masahiro (Masa) Ohnishi had no idea how attending Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas would affect the trajectory of his career.
January 22, 2024Shawna Graves

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Jan2024
This article, published in the Hunter's Horn, the official publication of Houston Safari Club, takes readers along for a hike with a Borderlands Research Institute black bear researcher! READ HERE
January 3, 2024Shawna Graves

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Dec2023
Through a multiyear partnership with Apache Corporation, researchers at BRI and Texas Native Seeds, a project of the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M Kingsville, will investigate methods to improve habitat restoration efforts in the Permian Basin with the goal of publishing a science-backed, best practices reclamation document ... Read More
December 11, 2023Shawna Graves

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Dec2023
$2 million grant will fund conservation efforts on private land in West Texas through Borderlands Research Institute programs.
December 4, 2023Shawna Graves

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Nov2023
Two Texas universities are partnering with state and federal agencies to study the transboundary movements of black bears and mountain lions along the U.S.-Mexico border in southwest Texas.
November 13, 2023Shawna Graves