Sentinels of Baja California find inspiration in the natural beauty of the peninsula and it motivates us to ensure the conservation of these natural spaces, from the volcanic valley and the undulating channels of the San Quintín wetland to the snowy mountains of San Pedro Mártir.
Meltí is a Mexican band that, inspired by the natural beauty and mythology of its native Baja California peoples, fuses rhythms of trip-hop, rock, jazz and classical melodies; narrating the path of Meltí (coyote in kiliwa), a creative deity who invites us to explore the landscapes and colors of Baja California.
The band members are: César Beltrán on bass and voice, Karla Alcocer on violin and voice, Joel García on keyboard, voice and trumpet and Julio Beltrán on drums. They unite their talent to musicalize the adventures of Meltí in his exploration of the peninsula.
Thank you for joining your voice with ours, with love for Baja California.
Last month we launched a call in Mexico for our first internship program 2021 Creativity and Resilience Laboratory. And today we’re excited to announce and welcome our new interns, who will work on different projects between July and December.
In Baja California we can find terrestrial and marine natural areas with high biological richness and environmental value, these areas have different protection categories.
Currently there are over 500 natural protected areas in Mexico that represent over 90 million hectares. This is part of the efforts of the federal government through the Commission of Natural Protected Areas, also known as Conanp.
There are different natural protected areas in Baja California: 3 national parks, 2 flora and fauna protection areas, 4 biosphere reserves and 21 areas voluntarily destined for conservation.