News 2017-05-22T16:20:26+00:00

End of 2017 Address

December 14th, 2017|CEDO News, Participation and Training, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Programs, Research and Monitoring, Uncategorized|

By Peggy J. Turk Boyer. Peggy is the Executive Director at CEDO and the driving force behind all of our programs.    December 15, 2017 Dear friend of CEDO, Angeles Sánchez, one of CEDO's ~25 [...]

The Need for Community Participation in Conservation

November 30th, 2017|CEDO News, Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Participation and Training, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

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 [...]

San Jorge Bay Fishermen Become Local Sea Lion Stewards 

November 15th, 2017|CEDO News, Climate Change, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Participation and Training, Research and Monitoring|

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 [...]

Our 2018 Tide Calendar Is Ready For Order!

October 31st, 2017|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education|

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 [...]

End of 2017 Address

December 14th, 2017|CEDO News, Participation and Training, Peñasco-Lobos Biological Corridor, Programs, Research and Monitoring, Uncategorized|

By Peggy J. Turk Boyer. Peggy is the Executive Director at CEDO and the driving force behind all of our programs.    December 15, 2017 Dear friend of CEDO, Angeles Sánchez, one of CEDO's ~25 [...]

The Need for Community Participation in Conservation

November 30th, 2017|CEDO News, Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Participation and Training, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

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 [...]

San Jorge Bay Fishermen Become Local Sea Lion Stewards 

November 15th, 2017|CEDO News, Climate Change, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Participation and Training, Research and Monitoring|

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 [...]

Our 2018 Tide Calendar Is Ready For Order!

October 31st, 2017|CEDO News, Climate Change, Environmental Education|

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 [...]

Vaquita Marina Rescue, News From The Field

October 12th, 2017|CEDO News, Economic Solutions, Ecosystem and Fisheries Management, Programs, Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

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 [...]

Renewed Energy to Save Vaquita By Peggy J. Turk Boyer

July 13th, 2017|Upper Gulf - Vaquita and Totoaba|

Gillnets will no longer be allowed in vaquita’s primary habitat in the northern Gulf of California.  Accidental capture of vaquita in these nets has been the principal cause of mortality for this endangered porpoise, [...]