The Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans (CEDO) is programming to renew activities in October, detailed Executive Director Nélida Barajas Acosta.
Until the center reopens, detailed Barajas Acosta, CEDO will continue to strengthen community work with areas within the Puerto Peñasco – Puerto Lobo biologic fishing corridor. CEDO’s Visitors Center, ecotours, and gift shop remain closed for the time being though with ecotours possibly starting up again in October.
Despite the pandemic, environmental issues are still a priority, emphasized CEDO’s Executive Director. Therefore, through appropriate health protocols, CEDO continues to further its efforts to work with communities to positively impact the fishing sector while conserving the Upper Gulf of California.