Understanding the need for information and the value of natural resource conservation, Sul Ross State University created the Borderlands Research Institute for Natural Resource Management in spring 2007. The Institute is a natural expansion of a long-lasting partnership between private landowners; the Range and Wildlife Program at Sul Ross State University; and cooperating state, federal, and non-government organizations.
The Borderlands Research Institute will continue with that tradition by focusing our research efforts on three interrelated emphases: 1) ecology and management of wildlife and their habitats, 2) rangeland management and restoration, and 3) conservation biology.
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Contact Borderlands Research Institute
Sul Ross State University
PO Box C-21
Alpine, Texas 79832 Phone: