(PRESS RELEASE).- The Environmental Monitoring Committees of La Chorera and Ejido Chapala, in San Quintín, were renewed for the period 2018-2018 with the participation of 24 people from both communities.
We participated in the third edition of San Quintín Beer Fest on Saturday, July 7, 2018 with the cause-marketing product Branta Negra beer. The event was held at Posada Don Diego, attended by approximately 400 people.
As members of the Programa Pescadero in Mexico, for the fifth year we had the opportunity to participate in a workshop held in La Paz, Baja California Sur, on April 23 and 24, 2018.
Waterkeeper Alliance seeks to protect water bodies throughout the world and since September 2016 Terra Peninsular officially joined that alliance through the San Quintín Bay program.
Tourist activities -and, more specifically, ecotourism- related to birds can contribute significantly to increase the capacities of local communities to protect such habitats.
On Saturday June 9, different organizations celebrated the World Environment Day as part of the activities of the campaign La Playa Es De Todos (Share the Beach in English).
I can’t believe how quickly my three month internship with Terra Peninsular went by. The experience was an unbelievable gift, filled with unique experiences and wonderful people.
Hello! My name is Christine and this is my first blog post for Terra Peninsular. My traveling companion, Lupita, and I have been lucky enough to embark on a three-month long internship with Terra in Baja California. The internship is a partnership with Environment for the Americas.
A festival is not only about gathering a surprising number of people, it is about connecting, motivating and projecting us as an international community with the common goal to conserve and enjoy our natural resources.
(PRESS RELEASE).- Staff members of Terra Peninsular participated in the course “First aid in remote areas” given by the organization En-Sar Ensenada.