2015 QUIVIRA CONFERENCE
THE NEXT WAVE
Many thanks to all attendees and Special Thanks to our sponsors and speakers!
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Thanks to Toni Beatty, our conference photographer, you can view photos of yourself and others at our 2015 Quivira Conference Photo Album
Thanks also to PAUL HAWKEN our featured speaker Wednesday evening.
Read the Orion Magazine November interview with Paul Hawken.
Christopher Gill at the Quivira Conference!
On October 23 and 24, DeHaven Ranch in collaboration with Quivira hosted a workshop attended by NRCS agents, ranchers, conservation professionals, and interested landowners. DeHaven Ranch is nestled in the grasslands of Harding County in eastern New Mexico. Craig Sponholtz of Watershed Artisans, Inc. led the workshop which included an afternoon of hands-on restoration structure installation. By the end of the workshop, a Zuni Bowl and several One Rock Dams had been constructed near an at-risk spring on the property. Perhaps more importantly, the local community as well as members of the larger southwestern community rallied around the common goals of neighborly cooperation and protecting the area's soil and water resources.
Thanks to all volunteers who attended, to our gracious hosts at the DeHaven Ranch, and to Rancho Lovato and the Piñon Cowbelles of Harding County for delicious meals.
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