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EAST COUNTY TODAY: Harris Introduces Legislation to Expand Access to Outdoor Recreation Opportunities in Cities

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris introduced the Outdoors for All Act,legislation to establish a dedicated source of funding for the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership (ORLP) to increase access to outdoor recreation opportunities in cities and towns.

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LAS VEGAS SUN: Latino Outreach Group Urges Congress to Preserve Funding Source for Nevada Parks

By: Camalot Todd

The Land and Water Conservation Fund, which will expire Sept. 30 unless Congress renews it, is responsible for funding more than 300 projects in Nevada including Valley of Fire, Lake Tahoe, Floyd Lamb State Park, Spring Mountain Ranch and more.

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E&E NEWS: Committed Republican Works Against the Clock to Rescue LWCF

By: Kellie Lunney 

Permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund so far has eluded supporters of the popular, bipartisan program. But as LWCF's current Sept. 30 sunset date approaches, two forces in particular are aligning to make that wish a reality: the calendar and a determined Senate Republican.

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DAILY JOURNAL LIFESTYLE: BLM Ukiah Field Office to Highlight Latino Conservation Week with Family Friendly Events

The Bureau of Land Management Ukiah Field Office, Hispanic Access Foundation and partners invite the public to come out and celebrate Latino Conservation Week, from July 14-21.

On July 14 at 10 a.m., join the BLM, Hispanic Access Foundation, Latino Outdoors and Tuleyome for “Entre Gigantes” or “A Walk Among Giants” at Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve, Ukiah.

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