EPI Mexico - Front and Center for Conservation in Baja
Established in 2006, EPI’s Mexico campus serves as a community conservation center.
Our EPI Mexico campus is an integral part of our program delivery, with a dormitory for visiting students, resource room, indoor and outdoor meeting space, a palapa, native garden, and 65-foot Fin whale skeleton - the only one on display in Mexico! The campus hosts workshops, lectures, trainings, and awareness events throughout the year.
Since 2014, EPI Mexico’s Eco Club, Californios Verdes, has been working tirelessly to get EPI’s Mexico campus certified as a “smart campus” by the PROBEA Smart School Program. Club members engage in hands-on activities that create and encourage best practices for sustainability on the EPI campus. They work on projects to reduce the ecological footprint of the campus like recycling, reducing energy use, and waste disposal. The end result of their work will mean a lean and green campus for EPI Mexico.
Our EPI Mexico campus is leading the charge in sustainability and local outreach.