In September we received paint buckets as a donation from Home Depot Mexico, which will be used to maintain the facilities of the nature reserves that we protect.Continue reading “Thank You Home Depot Mexico”
Hace algunos años con la jovialidad y emoción de nuestro 15 aniversario emprendimos un proyecto que no hubiera sido posible sin nuestros amigos de Cerveceria Escafandra y A few years ago, with the joy and excitement of our 15th anniversary, we undertook a project that would not have been possible without our friends from Escafandra Brewery and we ventured to give life to Branta Negra beer, our first cause marketing product.
By Vitza Cabrera
Roads or trails are the beginning of an adventure. They are the trace that marks the course that will take us from one place to another, allowing us to discover and giving us the possibility to reach new heights or enjoy new landscapes.
If we think about it, roads are part of our daily life. They allow us to get from our house to the market or to visit a friend. They give us the possibility to transport ourselves without much hassle.Continue reading “Why Are Trails Important?”
By Mariana Espinosa
In March 2021, Terra Peninsular joined the RED OJA, a network to strengthen and make visible the collective work of young people in forests and territorial connectivity.
By being part of this network we will have the opportunity to make visible the efforts we make in Baja California, connect and join actions with other organizations in the country and in Latin America that have the purpose of conserving ecosystems.Continue reading “We Are Part of RED OJA”
By Antonieta Valenzuela
Baja California is a unique place where you can find a variety of landscapes: sandy beaches, mountains, pine forests, wetlands, matorral, agaves, volcanoes and amazing sunsets.
Due to urban growth, these natural areas are more vulnerable; the habitats of thousands of plants and animals are in danger of being destroyed.Continue reading “How Many Nature Reserves Are in San Quintin?”
By Vitza Cabrera
There is a great variety of productive and recreational activities in San Quintin. If we manage to understand, organize and plan them, each of these activities can develop in a harmonious way. Everyone can have access to the bay and enjoy it, as well as contribute to its protection.
For this reason, since early 2021, under the mentorship of RED Turismo Sustentable A.C. we have been working on the creation of a Public Use Program for San Quintin Bay, a tool that aims to:
- Protect the natural and cultural resources that are an attraction for visitors and that allow productive activities (e.g. commercial fishing and harvesting of other species, aquaculture and agriculture, among others) and recreational activities (e.g. hunting, bird watching, sport fishing, boat rides, gastronomy, etc).
- Define different spaces in which all users and activities can coexist.
We’re very excited to share this list of everything we accomplished in 2020. Thank you for being part of this effort! None of this would have been possible without the support of people like you.
- Nature reserves
- San Quintin
- Sierra de San Pedro Martir
- Valle Tranquilo
- Virtual experiences
- Capacity building
- Thank you campaign
- Supporting communities
- Technical information
By Charlotte Vizzuett
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.
Planning an outdoor adventure to close-out summer? Check out the #RecreateResponsibly guidelines for keeping people, places, and communities safe while getting outside.Continue reading “A Guide on How to Recreate Responsibly”
By Claudia Guzmán
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.Continue reading “Terra Peninsular Welcomes New Interns”