Yucatan fishermen receive support from the State Government for the grouper ban

Through the “I respect the ban on grouper” program, in Dzidzantún, 385 men and women.

15,000 queen bees have been delivered to support beekeeping in Yucatán

YUCATAN, (November 13, 2021) .- Through the Queen Bee Production Centers promoted by the State.

In order to prevent disturbances, State Government shields Tianguis Turistico

Mérida, Yucatán, (November 10, 2021).- After several demonstrations have taken place in recent months due.

Merida City Hall is looking for more digital coverage for the people of the “White City”

Through the Information and Technology Directorate, Merida City Hall is conducting a study to determine.

Yucatan advances in establishing regulations against climate change

YUCATAN, (October 05, 2021).- Yucatán ratifies its national and international leadership in the fight against.

Park of ‘La Plancha’ would be financed with the sale of part of the lands to private individuals

MÉRIDA, Yucatán, (September 22, 2021).- After the Maya Train station was canceled in the “ La Plancha ” park in Mérida , the residents.

No crowd in the Plaza Grande and no parade during Independence celebrations in Yucatan

Merida, Yucatan, (September 14, 2021).- For the second consecutive year, Independence Day will be commemorated.

State Government supports cultural and training work of the Yucatán Symphony Orchestra

Mérida, Yucatán, (August 28, 2021) .- The governor of Yucatám, Mauricio Vila Dosal, met with.

Private schools in Yucatán refuse to return to the face-to-face classes, state government responds

Mérida, Yucatán, (August 25, 2021).- The president of the Mexican Association of Private Schools (Amepac),.

More than 11 thousand queen bees have been delivered to promote beekeeping in Yucatan

Mérida, Yucatán, (August 25, 2021) .- Through the Queen Bees Production Centers, the State Government.

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