The objective of the interpretive trail is to provide community guides with outreach tools by equipping the route with interpretative signs. The trail seeks to awaken the curiosity of hikers about the biodiversity and ancestral culture of the Cucapá community for the development of positive values of the relationships between society and nature. The project contributes to climate change education through the conservation of biocultural heritage. This project is also supported by the Secretary of Tourism of the State of Baja California and their program of support for productive inclusion through the formal request of Antonia Torres González, promoter of culture of the community museum and Cucapá hiking guide.
Anna Lucía Lopez Avedoy
Congratulations to Our 2023 Binational Working Group Small Grants Awardees!
The Binational Working Group team is excited to announce the selected projects for the 2023 Small Grants Program! Read more to find out...
The Climate Science Alliance Binational Working Group is a climate collaboration for nature and people across the US-Mexico Border.