Funded Projects

SWBRPP Current Projects Report 2022
Southwest Border Resource Protection Programs Current Projects Report 2022

National Park Service

workers re-building a wall with adobe bricks
Learning to build and restore adobe structures during the 2015 Taller Internacional de Conservacion y Restauracion de Arquitectura de Tierra / International Workshop on the Conservation and Restoration of Earthen Architecture (TICRAT) in Alamos, Sonora.

NPS photo

2024 Funded Projects

American Bird Conservation
Building Resilience in Streams within Big Bend National Park and Canon de Santa Elena Flora and Fauna Protection Area through Water Harvesting and Reforestation.

International Sonoran Desert Alliance
Tri-national Sonoran Desert Symposium: A biennial convening to promote understanding, conservation, and celebration of the natural and cultural resources of the Sonoran Desert

New Mexico State University
Determining activity patterns within and seasonal movements between protected areas in the southwest borderlands for bats of greatest conservation need

Patronato San Xavier
Preserving cultural continuity: understanding the care and conservation needs of mission bells as cross border cultural heritage

Sky Island Alliance
FotoFauna—A Binational Camera Collective for Conservation

University of Idaho
Demographic and genetic monitoring of the endangered Sonoran pronghorn in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, Mexico, and surrounding areas using fecal DNA sampling

Watershed Management Group
Strengthening Cross-border Collaboration and Community Science through Binational Beaver Monitoring in the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands

Texas Tech University
The Sonoran Desert Tortoise: Monitoring and Population Connectivity in the Border Region

Saguaro National Park
Buenos Vecinos: Creating great partnerships with park neighbors in the US and Mexico

Southern Office Arizona
Conservation of pre-contact domesticated agave species through revegetation and common-garden cultivation

NPS Vanishing Treasures
TICRAT 2024-2025: Conduct Earthen Architecture Conservation Professional Training Workshop in northern Sonora, Mexico and Tumacacori National Historical Park and San Xavier del Bac Mission, USA

Padre Island National Seashore
Bi-National Workshop and eDNA Study to Protect Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtles in Mexico and PAIS

Past Funded Projects

Last updated: February 28, 2024