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Conferences and Workshops at the Center

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Prescott College promotes and encourages information sharing between institutions working in the area to facilitate stronger collaboration and more effective conservation efforts. Conferences, workshops and meetings hosted at the field station contribute to capacity-building for conservation.    The Center’s gatherings often bring together people from a wide variety of cultural and institutional backgrounds to discuss, initiate and facilitate solutions to very complex issuesBelow is a list of some of the most notable conferences and workshops that have been hosted by the Prescott College Kino Bay Center.

Conferences and Workshops:

  • Workshop on Tools for the Conservation of the Santa Cruz Esturary, 2012
  • Biocultural Network of Sonora Meeting, 2015
  • Marine Mammal Workshop, 2015
  • Multiple activities workshop: Herbolaria, Reciclado, Nopalera, 2014
  • Index of institucional effectiveness for civil society organizations workshop in association with FMCN, 6 of November, 2014
  • Environmental Fair, 2014
  • Sardine fishery bycatch monitoring workshop, 2013
  • "Meeting of collaborative dialogue with the Seri/Comcaac" workshop, 2013
  • Community learning from conservation workshop, 2012
  • First camp for the Northwest Ecology Clubs Network, 2012
  •  "Comcaac Community Alliance", 2011
  • First Environmental and Cultural Fair in Kino Bay, 2011 
  • Celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Ecological and Cultural Studies, 2011
  • Journalism Workshop: "Gathering voices for the Gulf of California", 2011
  • SAWA Citizen Journalism Network, 2010 
  • Zone 5 Mini Congress, 2010
  • Workshop on the Conservation of the Iguanas of the Gulf of California and its Islands, 2010