Reading Time: < 1 minute Mirna Borrego from Terra Peninsular traveled to Loreto, in Baja California Sur, for two weeks to be part of the Sea Kayak Leadership Course by NOLS Mexico.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Text by Bárbara Ramírez The Baja California peninsula is an area of great ecological importance and a biodiversity hotspot that is rapidly disappearing due to the unconscious growth of cities. To counteract this loss of habitat, Terra Peninsular has focused on land protection in Baja California since 2001. 14,391 acres…
Reading Time: 2 minutes Each year the Design Week is held at Xochicalco University, in which the students of the Integral Design career participate in different recreational activities and attend lectures and workshops that help them to fortify their personal and professional development.
Reading Time: 5 minutes For 3 days we immersed ourselves in the pine forests and the chaparrals of the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir to search for potential sites for conservation.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Shorebird Journal is a collection of artists’ works living close to or within the areas of the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network (WHSRN).
Reading Time: 3 minutes By Claudia Guzmán / Community Engagement Coordinator in Terra Peninsular This article was translated by Amairani Márquez and Manuel Eduardo Mendoza Given the need to find creative solutions that respond to a better natural resources management and the improvement of the living conditions of the communities, the project “Alternatives for…
Reading Time: 2 minutes Permact is an association based in Spain that seeks for inspiring sustainable initiatives around the world to share stories “with the intention of encouraging reflection and creating an enriching debate about our social reality in an open, positive and enthusiastic manner”.
Reading Time: 4 minutes A bird count was performed during the Second Annual Bird Festival. The register was made by Jonathan Vargas on the website eBird and shows that in one day a total of 46 bird species were seen.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Temporary Employment Program of environmental monitoring was part of the efforts to protect the area of San Quintín Bay through the Community Environmental Monitoring Committee.