Volunteer Work Weekend at Red Canyon ReserveFriday - Sunday, October 17-19
Come and enjoy a beautiful fall weekend at RCR and help us out with a few land stewardship chores: building erosion control structures in Windmill Draw, fence checking and repair, cleaning and refilling the wildlife drinkers, and assisting with general camp maintenance We will also need help with plant ID so bring your field identification books!
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2014 Quivira Conference!Wednesday - Friday, November 12-14
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In this conference we will emphasize agricultural and conservation practices that are "old and yet new" - and have some fun doing it!
The UN designated 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming and tasked it with the goal of raising the profile of family farmers (and ranchers) and the significant role they play in alleviating hunger and poverty, providing food security and nutrition, improving livelihoods, managing natural resources, and protecting the environment. Speakers include; Dorn Cox, Fred Kirschenmann, Winona LaDuke, Bill McDonald, Jo Robinson and others who represent the diversity of the regenerative agriculture movement around the globe.
Join us for three days of inspiring presentations and conversations, including two workshops on day one; wetlands restoration in working landscapes, featuring Bill Zeedyk, and how to build soil through planned grazing, taught by Gabe Brown and his son Paul.
The time for Back to the Future thinking is now!
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Gabe Brown and Bill Zeedyk back by popular demand at the 2014 Quivira ConferenceWednesday, November 12:
RANCHING IN NATURE'S IMAGE
Gabe Brown will return to this years' conference with his son, Paul to share their experiences of taking a degraded ranch and regenerating it through Holistic Practices in a half-day workshop in the afternoon! Read more...
We're pleased to announce that Courtney's first book in six years is now available for purchase!Buy Now
"Courtney White's journey was sparked by a question: What if we looked at carbon not just as a 'pollutant', but from the standpoint of its role as the building block of life? What he found across the country and abroad were farmers, ranchers, and scientists who are working with the carbon cycle to build soil, restore ecosystems, and bolster productivity--in short, embracing life to generate more life. At once plain-spoken and radical, this book promises to stir up hope even among those made cynical by relentless bad news. White has made the case for hope. Whether this is turned to action is up to us." - Judith D. Schwartz, author, Cows Save the Planet
Foreword by Michael Pollan and Prologue by Courtney
Enterprise Car Rental - Quivira Rate
Enterprise car rental has allowed us to extend our corporate rate to Quivira members anytime, anywhere. To take advantage of this offer, click on the logo below.