Bahia de Todos Santos is part of the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network.
37 sites of archaeological value were identified in the nature reserves of Punta Mazo, Monte Ceniza and Valle Tranquilo through a collaboration with the National Institute of History and Anthropology.
A total of 14 Destination Agreements were granted to the federal government to protect and conserve more than 1500 hectares (3,706 acres) of wetlands and coastal areas.
Through a collaboration with the San Diego Natural History Museum, the San Quintin kangaroo rat was rediscovered, a rodent believed to be extinct for more than 30 years.
We’re members of the International Coastal Cleanup, an alliance of more than 30 organizations, companies, authorities, and academic institutions committed to collect the greatest amount of waste from the beaches.
Together with Pacifica at Ensenada Bay, we launched the campaign La playa es de todosto protect the snowy plover nesting season in Ensenada.
In the area of influence of the Valle Tranquilo Nature Reserve, 16 sites were registered with graphic-rock manifestations of more than 1500 years old, through a collaboration with the National Institute of History and Anthropology.
Opening of the collective art exhibition “Travesia”, which is made up of more than 60 pieces created by artists from San Quintin.
Certified by the Mexican Center for Philanthropy in Institutionality and Transparency Accreditation, and granted the Equivalency Determination determined by NGO Source.
Launch of a strategic plan for the protection, conservation, and sustainable management of the natural heritage of the Sierra San Pedro Martir National Park, and creation of the San Pedro Martir Fund to ensure that the activities of the plan are carried out.