With every iconic surf break, there’s history and community. By protecting these waves, we’re protecting everything they stand for.
Blog | Category: Bahia de Todos Santos
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
The World Surfing Reserve and the local community now have new public access to one of the most visited beaches and waves of the reserve.
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.
To expand Surf Protected Area Networks, Save The Waves and the Bahia de Todos Santos World Surfing Reserve are taking new strides to asses, monitor and, ultimately, protect surf ecosystems in Mexico. Using a nationwide surf inventory, Save The Waves will be able to identify and prioritize high-value Mexican surf breaks.
Over the next 6 months, the World Surfing Reserve, and partner organizations will work with the local government to create education efforts about the plastic pollution problem and empower local people to find sustainable strategies to live without plastic.
Unannounced and under the cover of night on July 24th, a foreign company secretly installed 105 meters of pipeline into the surf zone at Tres Emes beach. The location and size of the pipes that SENFU Mexico installed are major concerns for the surfing community and, particularly, the World Surfing Reserve.
‘3Ms’ Threatened By Industrial Lobster Facility The Bahía de Todos Santos World Surfing Reserve in Baja California, Mexico is
Vicente Yazbek, raised in the waters of the Bahía de Todos Santos WSR, sits down with Save The Waves to discuss how the WSR platform is helping shape his community.