WASHINGTON, DC—Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) Founder, President and CEO Maite Arce, a leader at the intersection of Latino advocacy and conservation, has joined the nonprofit funders’ network Rachel’s Network as an advisor.
By Blake Herzog
Leaders of a nationwide organization visited Yuma recently as part of the launch of an effort to spark more Latino engagement in water conservation efforts involving the Colorado River.
By Michelle Neuenschwander
As a Latina millennial from Virginia who moved to Colorado in 2017, I represent many of the trends in the state’s growing population, which is becoming younger and more Latino.
By: Maite Arce
With members of Congress heading home later this month, Sen. Cory Gardner has an opportunity to hear from his constituents just how important our nation's public lands are. With President Donald Trump's administration rolling back protections on national monuments and the Land and Water Conservation Fund set to expire in September, we need him to listen.
Sixteen Latino organizations working in the western United States jointly sent a letter to the Bureau of Land Management on April 23rd, opposing any revisions to the BLM’s Methane and Waste Prevention Rule, which curbs natural gas waste by requiring existing oil and gas operations on public lands to use the most up-to-date technology to capture wasted natural gas and repair leaks from equipment
By Sarah Gibbens
If you were to travel down all of the rivers in the U.S., you would have logged more than three million miles.
There are more than 25,000 of them, and they flow through every single state. Some, however, are better off than others.
By Benjamin Swift
It’s no secret that the outdoor industry and outdoor enthusiasts are by and large a privileged group. Outdoor recreation often requires traveling long distances and can be expensive, dissuading many without the time or means to participate. Additionally, because it exists almost entirely in a privileged milieu, its imbalances are perpetuated.
By Robert Fanger
By: Carson Bear