Red Sea Urchin season in Baja California opened in July, amidst uncertainty in Japan´s market reactivation

ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELATHE BAJA POST The season to capture Red Sea Urchin opened in July, it´s an echinoderm that dwells in coastal environments from Alaska to Baja California, in moderate wave areas, its capture gives job to many people in the mid peninsula´s Pacific Coast, and Japan buys nearly the whole production, so this firstSigue leyendo «Red Sea Urchin season in Baja California opened in July, amidst uncertainty in Japan´s market reactivation»

THree day webinar about the Mexico-USA Environmental Progran Border 2025, oragnized by EPA and SEMARNAT

ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELATHE BAJA POST/EDITOR The Environmental Program Mexico-USA: Border 2025, is a document in progress and there will be a three day webinar, for the public to get acquainted with the project sketch and the Environmental Protection Agency and its Mexican counterpart, SEMARNAT, announced their joint Webinar in three sessions online, June 30th, atSigue leyendo «THree day webinar about the Mexico-USA Environmental Progran Border 2025, oragnized by EPA and SEMARNAT»

Guadalupe valley vineyards reopening: Seventeen tourist servers restart operations within COVID19 regulations

ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELATHE BAJA POST/EDITOR Several media outlets from Baja California informed that, according to a PROVINO press release, as of June 20th the reopening of 17 to 20 vineyards and boutique hotels operations, has begun, following the health and sanitary protocols to start reactivation of one of the most important economic activities of BajaSigue leyendo «Guadalupe valley vineyards reopening: Seventeen tourist servers restart operations within COVID19 regulations»