CLO’s work has been highlighted in Tom Barry‘s 2014 article ‘Transborder Drylands Restoration: Vision and Reality After Three Decades of Innovative Partnerships on the U.S.-Mexico Border’. The article was published in the scientific revue S.A.P.I.E.N.S. . Extract: The restoration of arid and semi-arid ecosystems merits increased global attention because of their global expanse — constituting at least 40% […]

“Gardeners of Eden” by Dan Dagget

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Dan Dagget’s 2005 book ‘Gardeners Of Eden: Rediscovering Our Importance To Nature‘ . Dagget’s ideas fly in the face of our culture’s ancient assumption that humans are separate from nature and of current notions that the best way for us to protect the land

Oprah Magazine – “Bringing the Wastelands of the Southwest Back to Life” by Kathy Dobie

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Kathy Dobie‘s 2012 article ‘An Amateur Rancher Brings the Wastelands of the Southwest Back to Life’. The article was published in Oprah Magazine. . What’s a Manhattan society girl to do when she finds herself living on acres of desiccated, left-for-dead earth in the Southwest? If

The Big Bend Sentinel – “Journey into grasslands” by Pilar Pedersen

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Pilar Pedersen‘s 2017 article ‘Journey into grasslands’. The article was published in the Texan newspaper The Big Bend Sentinel. . Extract:  Since first experiencing open prairie as a young adult, I have been captivated by grasslands. Hearing about people in country like ours who were making

Edible Baja Arizona – “A Tale of Two Walls” by Todd Miller

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Todd Miller‘s 2017 article ‘A Tale of Two Walls’. The article was published in the magazine Edible Baja Arizona. . Extract: The U.S. Border Patrol agent was positioned behind a rust-colored vehicle barrier, on the other side of the international boundary line. He stopped when he saw

The Nature Conservancy Blog – “The River Geronimo Knew” by Tanna Kapel

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Tanna Kapel‘s 2014 article ‘The River Geronimo Knew’. The article was published in The Nature Conservancy Blog . Extract: Not all is doom and gloom on the Arizona-Mexico border. There’s a place where tranquility reigns, where ruddy ducks and great blue herons share reflective waters, where pools

“Farming With The Wild” by Daniel Imhoff

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Daniel Imhoff ‘s 2013 book ‘Farming with the Wild: Enhancing Biodiversity on Farms and Ranches‘ . Extract: Featuring profiles from more than 20 states and illustrated with over 200 color photographs, Farming with the Wild offers a compelling view of a future in which farming

“Wildlands Philanthropy” by Tom Butler

CLO’s work has been highlighted in Tom Butler‘s 2010 book ‘Wildlands Philanthropy: The Great American Tradition‘ . This landmark book showcases the eco-heroism of people from all around North America who have protected the natural wildlands. Published with The Foundation for Deep Ecology, Wildlands Philanthropy is intended to inspire people to “take matters

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