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As an option to learn about the history and importance of two of the most emblematic natural attractions of Mazatlán, this Wednesday, December 20th at 6:00 p.m. at the Ángela Peralta Gallery, members of the Parque Natural Faro Mazatlán I. A. P., will present the book “Cerro del Crestón y Faro Mazatlán: Patrimonio Biocultural”, a jewel to preserve.

Through this printed work with a circulation of 2 thousand copies, the reader will be able to learn more about the importance of Cerro del Crestón as a natural, biodiverse, cultural and historical heritage, unique in our country, its conservation is necessary for future generations. .

Raquel Briseño, president of the Faro Mazatlán Natural Park Board of Trustees, heads the research team, and included a multi-thematic narrative in the collection book, while the virtual version that will soon come to light on the official platforms of this Private Assistance Institution, It will have more interactive content aimed at audiences of all ages.

The book is divided into five sections with different themes, and the writers Juan José Rodríguez, the journalist Francisco Chiquete, the city chronicler Enrique Vega Ayala, Raquel Briseño, among other collaborators, participate in them.

“We were inspired by the fact that we identified that the community of Mazatlán needed a story that told what is related to Cerro del Crestón, the ancient island of Crestón, and then El Faro Mazatlán, as well as the development of the port linked to this geological monument that has great biodiversity in addition to the historical, social and cultural heritage that it means for all Mazatlecans,” exclaimed Briseño Dueñas.

Important cultural personalities will be present at the presentation of the book “Cerro del Crestón y Faro Mazatlán: Patrimonio Biocultural”, among them Doctor Servando Rojo Quintero, Director of the INAH in Sinaloa; researcher Carlos René Green Ruiz, councilor María Esther Juárez Nelson, who was President of the Board of Trustees of the Faro Mazatlán Natural Park, among other guests.

Some of the objectives of the Natural Park are to support the use of natural resources, the protection of the environment, flora and fauna, the preservation and restoration of ecological balance, as well as the promotion of sustainable development at the regional and community level. of urban and rural areas.

Éste artículo fue publicado en Press. .

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