Monthly Archives: February 2013

The countdown to our Baja departure is well under way. The class has been divided into groups of two, each researching a different facet of the history and social and environmental trends around Magdalena Bay – from the seafood business … Continue reading

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A Brief Look into Magdalena Bay

“A breeding, adult sea turtle is the very embodiment of a long shot; it is the exception, not the rule. A jackpot. It is, in a very real sense, a miracle.” That quote is an excerpt from Scott Gass’s description … Continue reading

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Two Scientists Explore Efforts to Conserve Ocean Resources in Baja

Conservation can be complicated. That was the central message conveyed by two scientists focused on conserving marine life in the Baja region of Mexico as they Skyped with our Producing the Documentary class. In this Pace University course, a dozen … Continue reading

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Pace Documentary Course Preps for Baja, Turtles, Beaches

We are taking over Magdalena Bay, Baja, Mexico, this March on an adventure of a lifetime!! From March 22nd to March 30th we will be traveling to the region to observe, report, and film communities’ efforts to conserve marine life … Continue reading

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