Participants first Edition 2012-2013
Dawn Lynne Tunnicliffe (Alba Monroy):
Mexican Canadian journalist, visual artist, writer. [poems 15, 16; paint 29,30; photogrphs page's 1, 21, 22, 23]
La Paz, Baja California Sur: Professional photographer. Active School of Photography. Urban portrait, contributes her inspiration documenting the personality of the Southern Baja Californian. [photographs page's 10, 31, 32]
Santiago Martinez Bringas:
Head of Project, poet, visual artist. [pp. 2, 9; poem pp. 11, 19, 22 25, 26, 27] Collaborators in the measurement of water levels in the “Bringing the Water” project: (Canada) Patrick Tunnicliffe E, Claire Leitch; (Mexico) Dante Ehecalli Martinez Cesena, Catarino Rosas Espinoza, Alba Monroy.
Gabriel Rodríguez: Writer, visual artist. [page's 17, 18]
Iran Gonzalez: Biologist, visual artist. [page 19]
Josafat de la Toba: Editor, graphic designer, photographer. [page's 9, 25, 26, 27, 28]
Catarino Rosas Espinoza, Californio Rural Ranch: Adventure tourism guide. Available to cover every corner of the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere in order to “erradicate” those cattle -- introduced by the Spanish population during the sixteenth century -- so damaging to the endemic life of the Sierra La Laguna and the native ecosystems, promoting desertification. So good in protein. [page's 9, 23]
Luz Lopez, Californio Rural Ranch: Matriarch of family, gastronomist.
Gustavo Santiago de Martínez. Rural rancher.
Rey David Dominguez Petit, La Paz BCS: Still and Video Nature Photographer, participant in the Festival for the Sierra, official photographer for the Troyanas, a female team of flag football. [pp.18, 19]
Claudio Nunez Cosio: The best leatherworker in Baja California Sur and beyond our frontier. [page's 10, 31, 32]
El Refugio Ranch, El Guayparin Ranch, El Chinal Ranch, Santa Victoria Ranch, El Acerradero Ranch.