Posts tagged "cactus"
Into the wild(er) slightly more northern parts

Into the wild(er) slightly more northern parts

I had a spur-of-the-moment chance to make a quick vis­it to the love­ly state of Aguas­calientes recent­ly. I’ve been mean­ing to vis­it the Vol­un­teer liv­ing up there, but sched­ul­ing these trips is tricky, unless you can just go with the flow and take the last-minute oppor­tu­ni­ty. This is now the most norther­ly part of Mex­i­co we are...
Planta Madre

Planta Madre

Plan­ta Madre is a group com­mit­ted the con­ser­va­tion, cul­ti­va­tion, replant­i­ng of cac­tus and med­i­c­i­nal plants in the Bernal area of the state of Queré­taro. The work in the pro­tect­ed area of the Peña de Bernal and have a large pro­duc­tion green­house in San Anto­nio de la Cal. The group has been in exis­tence for 6–7 years and...
Happy Cactus Day

Happy Cactus Day

I had a hap­py cac­tus day. I’m not try­ing to imply that Cac­tus Day is an actu­al hol­i­day, but it might be. Also, not that I need anoth­er project, but when Sarah makes a great con­tact and the oppor­tu­ni­ty involves going to Bernal to check out rare cac­ti, I’m in. At least this is start­ing out as a fair­ly...