Watershed and Biodiversity Program
In Mexico, there is a great diversity of ecosystems and populations that depend on the water of watersheds: from coastal wetlands to forests and tropical forests to arid areas. These are key environments that support climate change adaptation.
Thus, this program finances initiatives, manages and/or provides technical follow-up for adequate biodiversity management by incorporating good production practices and long-term ecosystem restoration efforts that ensure biodiversity conservation.
A Production and Marketing Model in Jalisco.
Connecting Watershed Health to Sustainable Livestock and Agroforestry Production
The RIOS Project
River Restoration for Climate Change Adaptation.
Coexistence between communities and the jaguar under the impacts of COVID-19.
Provision of hydrological environmental services to Puerto Vallarta
Provision of hydrological environmental services to Puerto Vallarta through integrated watershed and aquifer management.
The Volcán de Fuego, Montaña de Agua Initiative
Improve water catchment and infiltration through activities aimed at protecting and restoring the region’s biodiversity.
Annual Operational Programs
Annual Operational Programs of the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas.
Amenazas y Sitios Prioritarios del Ostrero Americano
Monitoreo de ostreros americanos en tres lagunas costeras de Sinaloa.