20220426_092712TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEIMG_0291TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEDSCN0491TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEchefTOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEDSCN8058TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEIMG_20220511_071714TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEIMG_0294TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCEIMG_0282TOOLS FOR RANCH AND RANGELAND RESILIENCE The Sustainable Southwest Beef team studies the environmental and socioeconomic tradeoffs of Raramuri Criollo cattle, precision technologies, and beef supply chains originating on arid ranches of the Southwestern U.S. Ranchers, chefs, researchers, extension specialists, educators, and students are collaborating to develop a decision support dashboard and educate the next generation of producers and consumers. Raramuri Criollo: Old genetics for new landscapes Supply Chain Options Precision Ranching We are seeking your input! We invite you to take a short (5-10 minute) anonymous survey on information products to help guide the development of tools and resources to share research-based information relevant to the beef industry in the Southwest and Southern Plains, including this project’s research. Participation is completely voluntary. Click here to take the survey. Funded by USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Agriculture and Food Research Initiative’s Sustainable Agricultural Systems (SAS) program. Grant #2019-69012-29853.