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Pronatura: a noble nonprofit reaching out across Mexico

Pronatura, Mexico’s biggest conservation organization, is involved in a myriad of activities, from practical projects such as providing communities with clean drinking water, to ones with esoteric goals such as ending poverty.

Founded in 1981 by a group of birdwatchers, scientists and businessmen who got together to discuss the critical situation of birds in Mexico, Pronatura works for the conservation of monarch butterflies, restores mangroves, monitors bird migrations, builds water treatment facilities, sets up community plant nurseries, and works to measure, reduce and compensate for the carbon footprints of companies and events.  Over more than four decades, Pronatura has planted almost 80 million trees in 31 states, installed water catchment systems on 599 roofs and created 749 backyard gardens.

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