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North Rim Ranches - Adapting to a changing climate

Adapting to a changing climate

NRR Climate Change Vulnerability Story Map

NRR - field based education

NRR - field based education
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Field-based education

At the North Rim Ranches, we inspire future conservation leaders through hands-on experience. We use our facilities at Kane Ranch and Mangum field station to support volunteer trips, research project staff, and students. We host classes from high school to graduate levels, helping young people gain the skills and experience to support healthy landscapes across the Colorado Plateau and the nation.

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North Rim Ranches - Building long-lasting collaborative

North Rim Ranches - Building long-lasting collaborative
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Building long-lasting collaborative research and stewardship

Our Research and Stewardship Partnership is a proving ground for innovative research and collaboration between a conservation group, a ranching family, federal and state land managers, and universities. It's a national example of how to work together using science to support people and the land. Check out some of our current research projects ›

North Rim Ranches - Our Role

Our Role

As a grazing permittee, we use science to support conservation-focused land management on the North Rim Ranches (formerly the Kane and Two Mile Ranches). We strive for sustainable livestock grazing, fire-safe forests, invasive species control, wildlife connectivity, and climate adaptation. Our active learning and outreach program trains future conservation leaders.

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Our Solutions

North Rim Ranches - Our Solutions

Sponsor New Science

We are applying innovative, on-the-ground research to answer questions about sustainable grazing, wildlife habitat connectivity, cheatgrass invasions, and wildfire control.  

Understand Climate Change

After identifying climate impacts on the ranches, we are crafting strategies to protect and restore wildlife, water resources, and ecosystem services, while promoting healthy grazing practices.

Field-based Education

The ranches’ vast spaces inspire people. We are educating the next generation of conservation leaders and designing an on-site learning center with a compelling curriculum to match the measure of the land.

North Rim Ranches Blog


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