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  • The latest news and updates about ecological restoration in the borderlands

  • Opportunities for you to make a difference and participate in a cause that matters to you

  • A once monthly enewsletter and occasional special updates  

Print Newsletter

Twice a year we share a full-length print newsletter with donors for a deeper dive into our mission to rebuild, restore, and reconnect the borderlands. 

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SPRING 2024
 

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Fall 2023
 

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Spring 2023
 

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Latest Headlines

Ruta del Jefe 2024: Connecting People, Places, and Ecosystems

NFWF Announces $4.1 Million in Grants to Conserve the Monarch Butterfly and Other Insect Pollinators

New jaguar spotted in southern Arizona not previously identified in the state

Rewilding decommissioned roads at Montezuma Pass

BRN awarded CEC EJ4 Climate Grant for Environmental Justice and Climate Resilience Project
BRN gets $1 million to help conserve southern Arizona's landscapes

Nature-based work plays big role in Santa Cruz County
Native Seed Banks Help Areas in Arizona Recover from Wildfires and Climate Disasters

Arizona Jaguar “El Jefe” Reappears in Central Sonora
New Report Pinpoints Priority Restoration Areas along U.S.-Mexico Border
A Few Jaguars Now Roam the Arizona Borderlands—Why That’s a Big Deal
How a Desert Town Is Growing Its Way to Better Health
One Rock at a Time, Patagonia Group Works to Recharge Aquifer
​Restoring Water Flow for the Montezuma Quail

Town of Patagonia & BRN Partner on Conservation Easement
Field Course Fosters Restoration, Connection In Arizona-Sonora Borderlands 
Santa Cruz County Restorative Economy Study Released by University of Arizona   
​EPA’s U.S.-Mexico Border 2025 Program Selects BRN for Environmental Project Grant
Huachuca City Community Garden Continues to Grow
​BRN Sonoran Interns Create Native Plant Nursery in Hermosillo
Restoring Nature, Economy, and Security at the U.S.-Mexico Border
​Letter to Biden from former Interior Secretaries and borderlands leaders
Healing the Borders: New York Times: OpEd
​Border Under Biden: Three-Part NPR/High Country News Series
​Agave Restoration- Bat Conservation International

Volunteers Install Rainwater Harvesting at Huachuca Community Garden

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MEDIA INQUIRES/PRESS KIT

For media inquiries, please contact Executive Director, Rodrigo Sierra Corona at rsierracorona@borderlandsrestoration.org.

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