"Larry Baron is a throwback to an earlier era of anthropological explorations when one might risk life and limb in the pursuit of cultural knowledge. Thankfully, his thinking precedes that of the politically-correct gatekeepers that seem to be in charge of academia today. I recommend his books for the ribald tales they tell about our shared and imperfect humanity." Dr. Howard Campbell, Chair of Anthropology Dept. at the University of Texas at El Paso.

 

Books written by Larry Baron - Available on Amazon.com & The Last Warriors on Barnes & Noble

Selected as a Text Book for

UTEP

The designation of cultural biosphere reserve can only be made by UNESCO (U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), in a manner somewhat similar to the designation that some major historical sites enjoy as World Heritage Sites. One of the benefits of attaining Biosphere Reserve status is that it allows access to more sources of funding for conservation programs. See also, "Millionaire Gone Green"

One of the more startling surprises in the existing Mexican network of reserves is the almost total lack of protection afforded to such an amazing part of Mexico as the Copper Canyon region, with its indigenous Rarámuri (Tarahumara) people and world-class scenery. But perhaps one day this region, too, will become part of Mexico’s extensive system of protected areas. (Geo-Mexico)

We are in no way attempting to relocate the Rarámuri (Tarahumara) Indians, but to provide them with a safe and secure cultural biosphere in their own location in Copper Canyon.

     

RARÁMURI (TARAHUMARA) INDIAN CULTURAL BIOSPHERE PETITION click here for printable petition

(ongoing since 2008) (Over 4125 signatures)

Please sign the Petition and then write UNESCO!

 

 

Petition in Spanish

Sign Online Petition Below

Larry Baron in Satevo, Mexico 1985 - Retrieving pots from the Copper Canyon on burros

Articles relating to the plight of the Rarámuri (Tarahumara) Indians of Copper Canyon, Mexico

TO THE GOVERNMENT LEADERS OF THE 

REPUBLIC OF MEXICO AND THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA

WRITTEN BY LARRY L. BARON and JEFF ALLDER, Attorney at Law

REGARDING

A CULTURAL BIOSPHERE FOR THE

RARÁMURI (TARAHUMARA) INDIANS OF CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO

SUPPORTED BY AMNESTY USA

ENDORSED BY:

AARDVARK STORAGE UNITS, Angus, NM

                LIVING GREEN, San Francisco, CA

JANROWE CUSTOM GRAPHICS, Ruidoso NM

HANS-JOACHIM KOEHL, Architect Designer, Belleview, ILL

THE PERKY PRESS, El Paso, TX

MAC-A-BEE Gifts of the Southwest, Cle Elum, WA

TEXAN BOOKS, Blanco, TX

MAT PEREZ, Retired FBI CHIEF, NM

MOUNTAIN MEMORIES, Ruidoso, NM

RUIDOSO VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

YAGE TRIBAL ARTS, Nashville, TN

BENTLEY’S, El Paso, TX

SANTA FE SUNSETS, Santa Fe, NM

MIKE MCKINNEY, Retired Texas 4-H President

MCMILLANS FINE FURNITURE

KARL CAMPBELL AUCTION & REALTY, Anton, TX

CREATIVE PARTNERS, Ruidoso NM

ROSE FURNITURE, Ruidoso NM

RUIDOSO BUS STATION

FOXES YURT SALES & RENTALS, Ruidoso NM

SINO Chinese World American Trade Association, China

DOLPHIN LOGISTICS World Shipping Company, China

WHPR RADIO - 101.1 FM (Internet Radio)

AMNESTY USA

Mike Lambert/PALADIN SERVICES

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