Fisheries Monitoring in the Gulf of Ulloa, B.C.S.

By Alan Ruiz Berman, CEDO's Communications Coordinator at the Tucson office. December, 15, 2017 CEDO, the Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans, is also active on the Pacific coast of the Baja Peninsula in a biologically rich and commercially important fishing area known as the Gulf of Ulloa - named for the [...]

CEDO’s End of 2017 Summary

By Peggy J. Turk Boyer. Peggy is the Executive Director at CEDO and the driving force behind all of our programs. (Edited and published by Alan Ruiz Berman, Coordinator of Communications at CEDO's Tucson office) December 15, 2017 Dear friend of CEDO, Angeles Sánchez, one of CEDO's ~25 dedicated staff members, recalls the story of [...]

The Need for Community Participation in Conservation

By Víctor Arturo Ricárdez-García. Víctor is one of CEDO's Community Participation Specialists in the northern Gulf of California, helping to foster socio-economic and ecological well-being in coastal, artisanal fishing communities. I am sitting in classroom in Ensenada, Baja California, where I am pursuing my MA degree in Ecosystem Management. It has been just one week [...]

San Jorge Bay Fishermen Become Local Sea Lion Stewards 

The Sea Lion Monitoring Group For the past seven years, a group of artisanal fishermen from the San Jorge Bay region of the northern Gulf of California, have been monitoring and actively promoting the conservation of the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) population on the Island of San Jorge (Bird Island), one of the largest [...]

Our 2018 Tide Calendar Is Ready For Order!

Our 2018 Tide Calendar is ready for order! All proceeds go directly to our on-the-ground community-building and conservation work in the northern Gulf of California, bringing together people, knowledge and solutions! The theme of our 2018 Calendar is climate change and its effects on marine ecosystems, and it contains lots of great, scientifically accurate information [...]

2017-11-29T15:35:10+00:00 October 31st, 2017|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education|

Job Announcement. Associate Director.

Associate Director of Conservation and Integrated Management Programs The Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans is looking for a bilingual leader with experience in conservation and coastal marine systems and fisheries management to work as Associate Director of Conservation and Integrated Management Programs in Mexico. The mission of CEDO is to foster vibrant communities and resilient ecosystems in the Northern Gulf of [...]

2017-10-27T11:07:43+00:00 October 27th, 2017|CEDO News|

Vaquita Marina Rescue, News From The Field

Today marks the first day of a historical effort to prevent the extinction of the world’s smallest and most endangered cetacean, the Gulf of California harbor porpoise, Phocoena sinus, commonly known as the vaquita marina, or little sea cow. Rafael Pacciano Alamán, Mexican Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), arrived a few days ago in the [...]

The Beach Cleanup, 2017 is rapidly approaching!

Since 1995, CEDO, in collaboration with the Local Committee for Clean Beaches of Puerto Peñasco, invites you to participate in the 2017 Beach Cleanup, as part of a worldwide effort under the umbrella of the International Coastal Cleanup, a global event with millions of participants organized by The Ocean Conservancy. The Beach Cleanup will take [...]

2017-09-29T15:18:35+00:00 September 29th, 2017|CEDO News|

Building Repair at CEDO. We need your help now!

by Peggy J. Turk Boyer This week we began urgent repair work at the CEDO field station in Puerto Peñasco.  As a community resource center, CEDO offers many services from meetings with fishermen and educational programs for youth, to a place for researchers and classes to visit from the U.S. This is why [...]

2017-07-20T13:24:01+00:00 July 20th, 2017|CEDO News|

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! WET FEET OCEAN CAMP 2017

Every summer the Intercultural Center for the Studies of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO) organizes its traditional Bilingual Wet Feet Ocean Camp with the goals of: Being in touch with Mexicans and American kids to offer them information about the Northern Gulf of California through knowledge that can apply to daily life in an environmentally friendly [...]

2017-04-06T16:15:06+00:00 April 6th, 2017|CEDO News|