WASHINGTON – Maite Arce, president and CEO of Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to a peer-reviewed journal article that raises serious concerns about the Cadiz Water Project, a plan that would send water to Los Angeles and Orange counties by pumping groundwater from underneath a national park, nationa
With only days remaining in the public comment period for the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule to eliminate the Clean Power Plan, Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) is calling on Latinos across the nation to give input on this proposed rollback.
WASHINGTON, DC – Thirty-three members of Primaveral Association, a greater DC- metro area Guatemalan Hometown Association, went fishing this past Sunday at Enchanted Pond on the Bureau of Land Management’s Meadowood Special Management Area.
WASHINGTON – On Sunday, Oct. 14, the film “Leche y Miel” (Milk and Honey), produced in partnership with American Rivers, will make its Fourth Annual Official Latino Film and Arts Festival premiere. The festival showcases over 100 short films written, directed and/or produced by U.S.
SAN DIEGO – More than 50 San Diego Latino youth and families took rods and reels this past Saturday for a fishing experience on Lake Jennings. The event held by Good Neighbor Project and Hispanic Access Foundation, taught multi-generational families basic fishing instruction, water safety, and hands-on conservation and aquatic stewardship activities.
Pressure is on Congress to save one of America’s most effective programs
The Land and Water Conservation Fund Expires on Sept. 30 without Action from Congress
WASHINGTON - Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to the Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management announcement that it will roll back the 2016 Methane and Waste Prevention Rule.
WASHINGTON – Following up on the national release of its film Land, Water y Comunidad, which explores the impact the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has had on Latino and urban communities throughout the United States, Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) is calling on Congress to take action to permanently reauthorize and fully fund the prog
Highlights need for Congress to reauthorize the Fund before it expires at the end of September