New Report Explores Arizona’s Relationship with the Colorado River, Highlights Need for Latino Engagement in Its Protection


A new report from Hispanic Access Foundation finds that the implementation of water policies in Arizona, especially those designed to...

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: These Are the 10 Most Endangered Rivers in the U.S.


By Sarah Gibbens 

If you were to travel down all of the rivers in the U.S., you would have logged more than three million miles...

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New Partnership Trains Next Generation to Share Their Passion for the Outdoors, Stewardship


WASHINGTON - Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) launched its inaugural fellowship training program through its partnership with the U.S....

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ARIZONA CAPITOL TIMES: We Need to Work Together to Prevent Water Shortages


By: Burke Montoya 

While Arizona’s water managers disagree on solutions to conserve the state’s water supply, none are...

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Las Vegas Latinos Visit Gold Butte, Reject Trump Administration's Plan to Rollback Protections


LAS VEGAS - On March 29, Hispanic Access Foundation and Por la Creación Faith-based Alliance, which unites Latino faith leaders in the...

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THE CATALYST: Conservation in the West Poll Points to Issue of Diversity in Environmentalism and the Outdoors


By Benjamin Swift

It’s no secret that the outdoor industry and outdoor enthusiasts are by and large a privileged group. Outdoor...

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Western Stakeholders Reject Trump Administration's "Energy Dominance" Policies, Release Report Outlining 5 Key Principles For Responsible Oil & Gas Management on America's Public Lands


WASHINGTON, DC - Today, the Hispanic Access Foundation, Protect Our Winters, The Wilderness Society, and Rocky Mountain Farmers Union...

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