These environmental organizations are working in the areas near Alamos:
AREA DE PROTECCION DE FLORA Y FAUNA SIERRA DE ALAMOS-RIO CUCHUJAQUI (APFF) The goals of the reserve, the APFF, are Protection, Management, Restoration, Cultural Conservation and Education of the Sierra de Alamos and the Cuchujaqui River.
Contact the Alamos Office at 428-0875, firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Comision Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas or Contact Elvira Rojero, Director in the Hermosillo office (662) 212-2236
THE ALAMOS WILDLANDS ALLIANCE (AWA) AWA is a U.S. based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization involved in Conservation , Education, and Research in Southern Sonora, Mexico. The research station at Navopatia is operated by graduate students of Evergreen State College.
Visit Alamos Wildlands Alliance or Contact Adam Hannuksula, email@example.com
CONSERVATION SOS is a college accredited program that provides students with hands-on field work in environmental studies.
Contact Dr. Robert Harrill at 428-0577, or firstname.lastname@example.org
NATURE AND CULTURE INTERNATIONAL (NCI) is dedicated to the conservation of biological and cultural diversity. They act locally to protect highly biodiverse and threatened ecosystems through concrete actions with local staff.
Visit Nature and Culture International
PRONATURA NOROESTE / ALAMOS / SUR DE SONORA helps build public awareness of the importance of environmental conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.
Visit Pronatura, or Contact Dr. Carlos Valdes Casillas and Elena Chavarria Correa at the ProNatura Office in Alamos at Juarez #8 on Plaza de Armas, 428-0004, email@example.com
The following organizations work in cooperation with local environmental organizations:
CDI – Comite Desarollode Indigena (Commission for the Indigenes Indians)
CONANP - Consejo Nacional de Areas Protegidas (National Commission on the Environment).
ITSON - Instituto Tecnological de Sonora is a higher education institution founded in 1955. Offers courses in tourism at the Navojoa campus and helps support new projects aimed at tourism.
SEMARNAP - Secretaria del Medio Ambiente, Recursos Naturales y Pesca (Secretariat of the Environment, Natural Resources & Fisheries) oversees the Sea of Cortes in Mexico