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
WASHINGTON - Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke's testimony before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies regarding President Trump's FY19 budget proposal, which includes the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) that is set to expir
Urge Administration to Leave Rule Unchanged and Protect Communities
WASHINGTON - Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to a new peer-reviewed study that raises serious concerns about the Cadiz Water Project, a plan that would provide water to residents of Los Angeles and Orange counties by pum
A new report from Hispanic Access Foundation finds that the implementation of water policies in Arizona, especially those designed to protect the Colorado River, will likely be more successful if the state’s Latino communities are engaged in the process.
WASHINGTON - Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) launched its inaugural fellowship training program through its partnership with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) in Denver on March 21.
LAS VEGAS - On March 29, Hispanic Access Foundation and Por la Creación Faith-based Alliance, which unites Latino faith leaders in the development of stewards for God's creation, took 50 congregation members from Centro de Adoración Familiar in Las Vegas to Gold Butte National Monument.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, the Hispanic Access Foundation, Protect Our Winters, The Wilderness Society, and Rocky Mountain Farmers Union released a new report highlighting five key principles that, if embraced, would help achieve responsible oil and gas development on America's public lands.
On Saturday, March 17, the film “Leche y Miel” (Milk and Honey) will be shown at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, the largest green film festival in the world and the longest-running in the United States.