Projects

Since 1997, Quivira has worked on hundreds of innovative and successful projects to build soil and resilience on western working lands.

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Dry Cimmaron

This educational and collaborative demonstration project with the Rainbow Ranch section of the Dry Cimarron, centers on grazing management and riparian restoration using techniques described in our Riparian Restoration workshops, newsletters and field guides. The idea behind this project is to: show grazing and riparian health are compatible; emphasize a collaborative effort using non-profit organizations and the private ranching community to encourage cooperation in riparian conservation and education; implement a grazing system compatible with riparian vegetation regeneration and growth requirements; monitor the effects of the grazing system and modify it based on the findings; reduce erosion; educate ranchers, public land managers, environmentalists and others about riparian restoration methods; increase channel stability, raise groundwater levels, and increase habitat for riparian-dependent and aquatic species.

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Cedro Creek

Since 1997, Quivira has worked on hundreds of innovative and successful projects to build soil and resilience on western working lands. Cedro Creek This project involves restoration work along Cedro Creek in the Cibola National Forest, in the Sandia Mountains, with...

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Mesteño Draw Ranch

Since 1997, Quivira has worked on hundreds of innovative and successful projects to build soil and resilience on western working lands. Mesteño Draw Ranch The Mesteño Draw Ranch, established in 1991 by Joan Bybee, is located 7 miles north of Mountainair, New Mexico...

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Largo and Loco Creeks

Since 1997, Quivira has worked on dozens of innovative and successful projects to build soil and resilience on western working lands. Largo CreekIn 2001 The Quivira Coalition began working with a Catron County rancher, at his request, and the U.S. Forest Service to...

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