Category: What’s New

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Jul2022
For the Borderlands Research Institute, Ranching Heritage is the Key to Conservation.
July 11, 2022Shawna Graves

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Jun2022
Pronghorn once occupied nearly all of Texas, but their range is much smaller today, in part due to drought, restrictive fencing, and anthropogenic expansion, all of which contribute to habitat loss. In 2011 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) began a tremendous long-term program to restore pronghorn in the Trans-Pecos, ... Read More
June 28, 2022Shawna Graves

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Jun2022
A passion for stats and bats led Erin O’Connell on a winding path to Alpine and the Borderlands Research Institute.
June 28, 2022Shawna Graves

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Jun2022
For the first time since 2016, the Trans-Pecos Wildlife Conference will be held at Sul Ross State University from August 4–5 of this year. The event will be co-hosted by the Borderlands Research Institute, Texas Wildlife Association, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
June 13, 2022Shawna Graves

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Jun2022
The Borderlands Research Institute and the Borderlands Research Foundation honored Houston businessman John L. Nau, III, with the inaugural West Texas Conservationist of the Year award on May 25, 2022. The award was presented at a special event at the River Oaks Country Club in Houston. Nau has impacted all corners ... Read More
June 6, 2022Shawna Graves
4-2022 Borderlands Buzz Graphic William Carrington & Caroline Korbell Carrington

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Apr2022
Enjoy this conversation with Caroline Korbell Carrington and her husband William Carrington, two artists who appreciate and, are inspired by, the Big Bend and wildlife conservation.
April 19, 2022Shawna Graves
Caringtons

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Apr2022
Caroline Korbell Carrington and her husband William spend a lot of time in West Texas. Caroline makes a living painting the landscapes she loves. William is a sculptor known for his whimsical works depicting wildlife. The two work out of his and her studios with a gallery in between at ... Read More
April 19, 2022Shawna Graves
Summit-2022-Speaker-Panel

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Apr2022
Nearly one hundred attendees gathered to hear a roster of experts for the first Summit on Healthy Lands and Energy Development at the Horseshoe Arena in Midland on April 6. The one-day summit was organized by Respect Big Bend, a coalition dedicated to responsible energy development in West Texas, in ... Read More
April 12, 2022Shawna Graves

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Mar2022
A new Center for Land Stewardship and Stakeholder Engagement has been established at the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University. The new center will facilitate conservation efforts in far West Texas by providing technical resources for landowners, energy developers, community members and conservation partners. “We’re very pleased to ... Read More
March 17, 2022Shawna Graves

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Mar2022
The Borderlands Research Institute is inviting those who are interested in how best to minimize the impacts of energy development on natural resources in far West Texas to attend a Summit on Healthy Lands and Energy Development that is scheduled in Midland on April 6, 2022. The summit will explore ... Read More
March 15, 2022Shawna Graves