The Nature Conservancy has been working in Mexico since 1988. Through our work there we have built strong partnerships with the Mexican and local governments as well as several local partners.
We achieve conservation success in Mexico by using cutting edge science, working with communities, creating management plans for protected areas, controlling the spread of invasive species and helping manage uncontrolled fire.
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In Mexico, the conservation of a treasured coral reef nourishes fish populations and a growing ecotourism industry. Cabo Pulmo is only 60 miles north of the Baja Peninsula’s main tourism center, Los Cabos, but it feels worlds apart.
We are proud to be celebrating 25 yrs of on-the-ground conservation.
The first bison conceived in Mexico was born this year.
Restoring grasslands in the Sonoran Desert.
Find out how they’re helping restore grasslands in Mexico!
Watch a video about our work in Mexico.
Hernando Cabral talks about our work in the Ocampo region.
Empty Aquarium: The Sea of Cortez is running out of fish