Reef Restoration Workshop


  • Learn about ecosystem dynamics

  • Connect with fellow educators

  • Develop your curriculum


Travel to Baja for a 4-day professional development workshop on inquiry-based learning and conservation ecology. EPI's campus in Laz Paz and the rich, marine environment of the Gulf of California make for a stunning backdrop for the study of three-dimensional learning. You'll work with partners to re-establish coral reef in the Gulf, and you'll return to your classroom with lessons and methods that will make science come alive for your students.

This course is open to all levels of informal or formal educators, no application is needed to enroll.

This course is not currently running for 2022 - 2023, but components of it are included in the Baja Educator Workshop

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Health & Safety

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Your Fieldwork

Coral reef

restoration in the

Gulf of California

The reefs of the Mexican Pacific are endangered by a variety of threats, including climate change. You'll work with marine biologists that are propagating and growing genetically diverse species of corals in order to restore damaged reef in the gulf.

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