Our first project focuses on a time-tested process that embodies the Texas land - prescribed fire.
Prescribed fire is a raw practice, one of rebirth. This natural process has been ignited to prevent destructive fires, manage landscapes, restore natural woodlands, and for research purposes.
This partnership between Desert Door, 7 Oaks Ranch, Sul Ross University, and other land stewards used the powerful regenerative force of prescribed fire to foster new plant growth, expand wildlife populations, and create a healthy ecosystem at a large ranch in West Texas. Specifically we aimed to restore native grasses which prevent soil erosion and allow for proper water distribution on a mass of land where drought is recurring. The horizon is promising.
Explore this field guide from the lens of a land steward for regeneration and conservation resources.