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Bozeman, MT 59771

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BioRegions wants its activities to have useful impacts within the communities and regions where the work occurs. To this end, BioRegions has published products in both Mongolian and English and makes efforts to distribute them in their rural areas of origination.

Visions of the Blue Valley

Join the children of the Renchinlumbe School on a visual and written journey into their nomadic way of life in northern Mongolia, with superb artwork and wonderful stories, translated into both Mongolian and English. For a donation of US $100 or more, we will gladly send to you a copy of Visions of the Blue Valley.

The book is also available for purchase: please use our order form.




BioRegions International is a 501(c)(3) organization based in Bozeman, Montana, USA. All donations by US citizens are tax deductible (tax ID 46-0517009). Your donations go directly to improve the quality of life for rural communities.

The Written River

BioRegions facilitated the travel of Dartmouth College graduate Shannon Prince to the Darhad Valley for a Lombard Fellowship project.  Prince interviewed Tuvan reindeer herders and Darhad citizens for an ethnographic reference book of traditional practices titled The Written River. BioRegions Ulaanbaatar Coordinator Sunjee (Sunjidmaa Tsagaan) translated the book and directed the publication. The book also includes perspectives of Mongolians who are now living in the United States on Westernization/globalization. The Written River has been distributed widely in the Darhad Valley and Orkhon soum in Bulgan aimag.

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Reports and Other Publications

Examination of Evidence-Based-Practice by Rural Mongolian Nurses, Lauren Robison, Montana State University, 2014
Mongolia National Parks Trip Report 2014, Kristin Legg and David Thoma, 2014
Geospatial Assessment of Grazing Regime Shifts and Sociopolitical Changes in a Mongolian Rangeland, Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey, Joel Brown Sankey, Keith T. Weber, and Cliff Montagne, 2009
A Dietary Risk Assessment for Indigenous Consumption of Natural Salt Deposits in the Darhad Valley, Northern Mongolia, Loren M. Barber; Robert K. D. Peterson; Clifford Montagne; William P. Inskeep; Jerome J. Schleier III, 2009
Soil respiration and grazing in Renchinlhumbe soum of Huvsgul aimag , Otgonsuren A., Researcher, Mongolian Institute of Geoecology of MAS, 2007
A study of the Darhad Valley’s moss species, Enkhjargal, Moss Biologist at the Mongolian Institute of Botany, 2007
Solar 2006 Project Report, Catherine Kirkland, 2006
Twentieth Century forest-grassland ecotone shift in Montana under differing livestock grazing pressure, Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey, Cliff Montagne, Lisa Graumlich, Rick Lawrence, Jerry Nielsen, 2006
Lower forest-grassland ecotones and 20th Century herbivory effects in northern Mongolia, Temuulen Tsagaan Sankey, Cliff Montagne, Lisa Graumlich, Rick Lawrence, Jerry Nielsen, 2006
Solar Overview, Catherine Kirkland and Kate Burnaby Wright, 2005

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