The Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental registered eleven murders of environmentalists since 1973 fighting illegal logging in the municipal territoy of Guadalupe y Calvo, soutwestern Chihuahua. (4) The two most visible ones were those of Julio Baldenegro in 1986 and his son Isidro Baldenegro, in 2017. The Goldman Prize award for 2005 to Isidro Baldenegro explained that he was a subsistence farmer and community leader of Mexico’s indigenous Tarahumara people in the Sierra Madre mountain region. (1) (The Rarámuri are also known as Tarahumara). As his father had done, he spent much of his life defending forests from logging by "talamontes" in a region torn by violence, corruption, drug-trafficking. He was jailed for 15 months. He was killed in January 2017, as his own father had been in 1986, for the same reasons, the defence of the pine and oak forests in rarámuri territory in the Sierra Madre Occidental. He was murdered at 51 years of age at his uncle's home in the community of Coloradas de la Virgen, in Guadalupe y Calvo, en Chihuahua. Isidro was 20 years old when his father Julio was murdered. Isidro started a organization called Fuerza Ambiental in 1993. (2). This was a non-violent movement, he organized marches and blockades.