Our weekend community bike rides continue to be a great success! By the end of this school year, we organized two rides for each of the eleven schools we serve, with an average of 30 kids and 3 adults participating each time.
On March 9, students from the high school in the village of Miguel Hidalgo embarked on their third phase of a climate change and conservation series: camping! Nine high school students, two primary school students, and three teachers arrived at Playa Teopa for hands-on learning about species conservation and climate change.
In seven villages, we have now completed converting the elementary schools into shelters
On November 1st, we were named as a recipient for a KEEN Effect grant! Out of 880 organizations that applied, we were one of eleven who received funding.
Throughout September and October, we brought high school students from Miguel Hidalgo Nuevo, Agua Caliente Nueva, and La Manzanilla to Careyes for a combined cinema and ecological education event.