• September 25, 2021

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BRI invites West Texas Landowners to apply for Conservation Grants

ALPINE, Texas – The Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) are partnering to provide technical and financial assistance to landowners interested in restoring and enhancing wildlife habitat on their land. The Partners for Habitat Program will provide $150,000 of financial assistance directly to private landowners across […]Read More

Conservation Biology Chair Endowed at BRI by Davidson Charitable Foundation

ALPINE, Texas- Thanks to a $1 million gift, the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) has endowed a Conservation Biology chair at Sul Ross State University. Dr. Patricia Moody Harveson has been appointed to the James A. “Buddy” Davidson Charitable Foundation Endowed Chair in Conservation Biology. “We’re pleased to provide this gift that will support wildlife research […]Read More

New Endowed Chair is Largest Gift in Sul Ross State

ALPINE, TX – The Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University is pleased to announce the largest philanthropic gift in its 10-year history. The $1.5 million gift will fund a new Nau Endowed Chair in Habitat Research and Management at BRI. The Nau Foundation in Houston has pledged $100,000 to an endowment and […]Read More

National Geographic Showcases Film about BRI Mountain Lion Research

Mountain lion research conducted by the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University is featured in a short film produced by Texas filmmaker Ben Masters that is an official selection of National Geographic’s short film showcase. The film, “Lions of West Texas,” may be viewed on National Geographic’s website by clicking here. Masters […]Read More

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