Pro Esteros was formed in 1988 as a bi-national grassroots organization; founded by a group of scientists from Mexico and US protect Baja California coastal wetlands. Today, they are an Asociación Civil in Mexico.

The Grupo Tortuguero works with local communities to recover migratory sea turtles.

This program is a community based network of local artisanal fishermen in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

SURMAR/ASIMAR aspires to deepen our understanding of natural processes in the central Gulf of California to conserve natural resources and enhance ecosystem health in this important region.

SmartFish International aims to improve the social and environmental future of artisanal fishing in Mexico. They empower fishing families to catch and produce high-quality, sustainably-caught seafood.

Proyecto Caguama (Operation Loggerhead) partners directly with fishermen to ensure the wellbeing of fishing communities and sea turtles alike. Fisheries bycatch can jeopardize both fishermen’s livelihoods and endangered species such as the loggerhead turtle.

The Laguna San Ignacio Science Program (LSIESP) investigates the ecological status of the lagoon and its living marine resources, and provides science based information that is relevant to resource management questions and concerns about development, eco-tourism and the sustainability of the lago

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