WASHINGTON - Communities throughout the country will enjoy and connect with the great outdoors during the 5th annual Latino Conservation Week, which begins July 14 and runs through July 22.
LOS ANGELES – The fifth annual Latino Conservation Week kicks off this Saturday with events in California and across the nation. The celebration starts with a launch event hosted by the group Nature for All, cleaning up part of the Los Angeles National Forest.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Hispanic Access Foundation announced that Chela Garcia Irlando has been selected as its Director of Conservation Programs and will oversee the organization's national conservation program.
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.
Submit joint letter regarding the more than one million Californians exposed to contaminated water everyday
With the goal of creating opportunities for organizations and parks to engage Latinos and for Latinos to demonstrate their passion for the outdoors and protecting public lands, the 5th annual Latino Conservation Week will take place July 14 – 22, 2018 and is expected to be celebrated with over 120 events nationwide.
THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGNALLY PUBLISHED ON JULY 17, 2017
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Urge Administration to Leave Rule Unchanged and Protect Communities
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