I grew up in a beautiful rarámuri town of South Chihuahua, Mexico known as “El Rebaje”. I have always been fascinated by the forest landscapes, clear water, blue sky, and many others natural scenic beauty. Being a son of farmers, I developed an extreme love for forests and farming activities from my childhood, which resulted in my long-term interest for forests ecosystems. I pursued my bachelor from Chapingo University, master (ColPos) and PhD (UANL) in Forestry Sciences. I Joined FCF as full-time professor since October 2006 and working with colleagues our research focuses in natural resources conservation and management. Currently, I am broadly interested in Forest ecology using tree-rings and spatial analysis in GIS environment.