Governments of Mexico

* Baja State Tourism
The official site of Baja State Tourism.

* El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
College De la Frontera.

* Fundación Baja California
Approximately 600 plant species can be found in the Mexican deserts which, makes of our country one of the richest in flora of arid and semi-arid zones in the world. Unfortunately, 35% of these species are endangered.

* The Mexican Government
On this page you will find a brief overview of the organization of the Mexican Republic, including the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Branches. There are also links to other on-line government resources in this section.

* "Río Colorado" Irrigation District information services
Representing all the agricultural producers of the Mexicali, Baja California, and San Luis Río Colorado Sonora, Valleys, we welcome you to our pages, were you can find more about us and the place where we live; what we do in this dry but fertile land, full of challenges and illusions, where things are done under the heat of the burning but seductive summer which we overcame to pull the fruits from this God given promised land. Thank you for your visit. Please use the email address on our cover page to contact us.

* Baja Lifes Government Guide
Links to Mexican Government Sites on the World Wide Web.

* Emergency Phone Numbers
Ensenada, Tijuana, Rosarito, Mexicali.

* Instituto de Astronomía - Ensenada
Observatorio Astronómico Nacional Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

* Mexico - Consular Information Sheet
THE resource guide to travel to Mexico - a must read!

* Turtle Island Institute
The TURTLE ISLAND INSTITUTE is best described as a "virtual university" designed to provide for education/information programs while at the same time, acting as a cultural exchange medium through which to combine the best of new and emerging alternative technologies in our current culture with that of the ancient wisdom of indigenous cultures to provide for a sustainable future for all life on Earth.

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