Since 2014, California’s Tijuana River Reserve has partnered with groups on both sides of the Mexico–United States border to remove approximately 80,000 pounds of debris from the Tijuana River Valley. With a grant, they are turning that waste into valuable products.
Tune into “Divided Together,” a new podcast created by the Tijuana River Reserve for Border Field State Park, and explore themes of separation and unification in the region’s geography, culture, and ecology.
We celebrated the 50th anniversary of California’s Border Field State Park in August, along with our Tijuana River Reserve! We’re looking forward to celebrating the Reserve’s 40th anniversary next year.
The Tijuana River Reserve is advancing a decades-long effort to figure out what we are going to do about sediment along the South California coast and is reshaping the way we view sediment in the process.
This month, NERRA’s correspondent-at-large Nik Charov interviewed two Davidson fellows for the price of one: Nancy Torres, at California’s Tijuana River Reserve, and Matt Virden, from Mississippi’s Grand Bay Reserve.
California’s Tijuana River Reserve and their research partners worked with residents of the watershed to understand communities lived experiences of flooding, and develop new tools to aid them in the future.