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.
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.
By Daniel Miguel
Twenty years ago, I was growing up in a working-class home in Westchester, FL spending my days learning bits of English from watching children’s programming on PBS. My parents were two young Cuban asylees who didn’t yet have much to their name, but they used one special community resource to make my childhood feel very rich: public parks.
LOS ANGELES - More than 50 Los Angeles-area youth took to rods and reels this past Friday for a saltwater fishing experience on Belmont Pier. The program "Pesca on the Pier!" held by Sportfishing Conservancy, Amigos del Aire Libre and Hispanic Access Foundation with support from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife as part of the 5th annual Latino Conservation Week, taught
SAN DIEGO – More than 50 Promise Zone youth took to rods and reels this past Saturday for a saltwater fishing experience on Shelter Island Pier. The program “Pesca in the Promise Zone,” held by Good Neighbor Project and Hispanic Access Foundation with support from the California Department of Fish and Wildlifeas part of the 5thannual Latino Conservation Week, taught multi-generation
WASHINGTON, DC - More than 50 members of Primaveral Association, a greater DC metro area Guatemalan Hometown Association, took to rods and reels this past Sunday for a freshwater fishing experience at Burke Lake Park.
WASHINGTON - The fifth annual Latino Conservation Week (#LatinoConservationWeek, #LCW2018) is underway and continues through July 22, 2018. The week is an opportunity for Latinos to demonstrate their passion for enjoying and protecting public lands.
By: Maite Arce
In America, the great outdoors is a way of life and a strong representation of our national heritage.
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.