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Uniting People with Nature
Audubon enjoys and protects local birds, promotes understanding of local ecosystems, and educates the community to restore and maintain the natural environment. Projects include restoration of the Upper Rio Laja Watershed and development of a birding sanctuary in Parque Landeta.
The San Miguel Center for Ecological Sustainability
San José de Gracia Permaculture Community
Ben Zion Ptashnik
The mission of the San Miguel Center for Ecological Sustainability is to transform San Miguel into an ecologically and economically sustainable Municipality with regard to natural resources, and in the process build a reputation for San Miguel as a primary center for the ecological movement of Mexico.
Thalia Kazakos Resh, Robert Lewis
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415 107 3989, 415 113 3591
The Apiculture Collective is an organization working to expand beekeeping in and around San Miguel del Allende. The objective of our organization is to protect and increase honeybee populations as well as educate the public about their intrinsic role in our environment and food chain. Additionally, we provide resources and materials to individuals interested in becoming beekeepers. Our collective is open to the public and holds meetings on the 1st Monday of every month. Check the Mapa Verde Calendar of events fo the location. We recently received grant money from the Audubon Society, which we are using to develop educational programs and increase the number of hives in the area. For more information and to purchase hives please contact us!
Environment and Ecology Department
Edificio Administritivo, 130 Blvd. de la Conspiración
Director Helio Bastién Partida
email@example.com, 415 120 4339 or 415 152 9600 ext 181 or 180
Ecología's objective is to guarantee sustainable development of the municipality and promote ecological culture in order to improve the environment and the quality of life of San Miguel's inhabitants.
firstname.lastname@example.org, 415 154 4715
El Charco ensures the conservation of a large natural area of ecological, scenic and historical importance. A botanical garden is dedicated to the study, appreciation, protection and propagation of native flora, particularly those from the desert and semi-desert regions of Mexico. An Environmental Education Center works with children to create a culture of respect for and conservation of the natural environment. El Charco's mission includes the recuperation and promotion of the traditional knowledge and practices of local communities with regard to plants, animals and other natural resources.
Eco-aldea Los Carrizos
Sosnabar, San Miguel de Allende
Citlali Caldera, Mario Orozco
email@example.com, cel: 415 119 0121, cel:415 113 9549
GAIA is a non-profit which aims to promote the integrated management of local resources by generating alternatives for sustainable development in communities. Resources include: ecological sanitation (biological water filters, dry toilets, composting), renewable energy (electricity, hot water, solar and low-fuel cookers), water (rainwater catchment, cisterns) and environmental education.
Sustainable Living in San Miguel de Allende
Andy Baltimore & Rick Wendling
Green Map San Miguel is participating in Green Map System, a collaborative effort of local mapmakers around the world to chart a sustainable future. San Miguel de Allende has a very active green community. We hope this map, directory and calendar helps you to participate.
The Environmental Education Project of San Miguel de Allende
PEASMA aims to educate a new generation promoting awareness, love, and respect for the environment. Working with teachers to reinforce activities in a practical way, PEASMA focuses on short-term hands-on workshops and field trips that allow students to become closer to their natural surroundings and to see the immediate impact of their actions. FAI. Fundación de Apoyo Infantil (Save the Children) is responsible for the coordination of PEASMA.
firstname.lastname@example.org, 415 121 0904, 415 152 2796
The SMA Kayak Club is a group of kayak enthusiasts who do this for exercise and social bonding. The group normally meets three times a week and organizes outbound trips to locations like Presa Zimapan and Jalpan in the Sierra Gorda. Requirements for joining the club are ownership of a kayak, the means to transport it, and staying sober while paddling.