Resilience, Issue 30 – Crossing Divides

March 2007

In this issue of our Journal, we examine a topic that has been a main focus of The Quivira Coalition since its founding ten years ago: bridging divides and mending relationships. Finding a way across the variety of walls – economic, social, historical, and political – that di- vide us is the key to a prosperous and healthy future.

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Resilience

Quivira's annual newsletter, Resilience, has served as a source for producer-driven rangeland science, a place for stories and reflections from our community, and resource on implementation of regenerative agriculture on arid lands. If you would like to submit an article or story for Resilienceplease email lynne@quiviracoalition.org.

Resilience, Issue 40 – Beyond Resilience

Resilience, Issue 40 - Beyond Resilience September 2014 In 2007, the Board of the Quivira Coalition added the words “build resilience” to our mission statement. Resilience means “to bounce back” or “recover quickly” from a shock or surprise. In ecology, it refers to...

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Technical Guides

Open-source know-how on erosion control, monitoring, apprenticeship and more.


 

Resilience

Quivira's annual newsletter.


 

Videos

Videos of speakers from past conferences


 

Down to Earth

The planet to plate podcast hosted by Mary-Charlotte Domandi

Register for the 2019 Comanche Creek Volunteer Weekend!

August 2-4

Every summer, Quivira organizes a volunteer work weekend in the Comanche Creek Watershed. It’s all about getting muddy in the creek, building community, and hands-on watershed restoration. Come learn from the experts—Bill Zeedyk, Jeffrey Adams, Mark Reineke, Margie Tatro, and Jan-Willem Jansens—and work with the Quivira crew. We’ll be building the traditional Zeedyk-inspired structures with an interesting twist, exploring how Keyline Design principles are relevant to slope wetland restoration. All the new things we’re learning this year will be presented in a technical guide and at a workshop, as part of the 2019 REGENERATE conference. Please join Quivira and restoration experts in work to improve wetland function and keep the creeks flowing in the Valle Vidal! And Joe Hancock is bringing his horse and dog team back to help get the work done!

 

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Contact Mollie Walton with any questions at mwalton@quiviracoalition.org or at 254-688-0348.

 

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