Last updateFri, 18 Jul 2014 3pm

The Guadalajara Reporter

  • Green Race exceeds expectations

    The second annual Guadalajara Green Race and Eco-Fair, exceeding organizers expectations, raised over 125,000 pesos from runners and corporate sponsors, to fund planting over three hectares of trees in an area of the Bosque de la Primavera formerly devastated by forest fires.

  • New activist group digs in to push for lakeside reforestation

    Working on the premise that planting more trees will help improve the health of Lake Chapala’s ecosystem, the newly formed activist group Promotora del Entorno Sustentable, A.C. (ProEntorno) kicked into action Saturday, June 7 to lead a massive and extended reforestation campaign in the lakeshore region.

  • Scientists warn of bleak future for Chapala’s native fish

    While the current worries of government officials and lakeshore inhabitants are closely focused on Lake Chapala’s dismal water level, scientists and conservation experts are more deeply concerned about serious environmental problems that are not getting much attention in political and public spheres.

  • Support the Ajijic Plant-In

    If you’re ready to thin out crowded garden beds in preparation for the rainy season or have potted plants to spare, the moment is ripe to support the second annual Ajijic Plant-In project organized under the auspices of Delegado Hector España and his ad hoc citizen advisory committee.