With every iconic surf break, there’s history and community. By protecting these waves, we’re protecting everything they stand for.
Blog | Category: #SaveSanMiguel
In a historic moment, the first state park in Baja California, Mexico was officially approved, providing long-lasting protection for the iconic San Miguel wave alongside 67 hectares of green space
Save The Waves, Pronatura Noroeste and local community closer to achieving the first protected State Park in Baja California
After years of consideration by government agencies and edits to technical documents, the campaign to protect San Miguel is closer to victory.
The Ministry of the Environmental Protection of Baja California has put together a clear set of next steps for the creation of a State Park at San Miguel.
In fall of 2014, Save The Waves embarked on a yearlong mission to gather 10,000 signatures urging the Governor of Baja, California to approve a new state park at Arroyo San Miguel.
With the momentum and support from the local surf community, we can achieve long-term protection for this amazing coastline and its world-class waves.
Bahía de Todos Santos Enshrined as First WSR in Mexico; Stewardship Council Pushing for creation of the first State Park
Surfers and environmentalists have launched a campaign to have the San Miguel beach and watershed protected as a state park