CT LATINO NEWS: Latinos in Connecticut Working To Protect Our Environment


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Ivette Lopez, a Californian who went to Yale, now calls Connecticut home and she is now working to...

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El Machu Picchu del Sur Oeste


By: Jesse Portillo 

I have always been fascinated by the natural and cultural history of the southwest, specifically those in the...

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Culturally Modified Trees on the Rio Grande National Forest


By: Elena Jimenez 

The Rio Grande National Forest (RGNF), which encompasses 1.82 million acres of the San Luis Valley and...

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I'm 3 Months into my Hispanic Access Foundation Resource Assistant Fellowship - Here's What I Learned


By: Andrea Kurth 

Before finding the Hispanic Access Foundation and the fellowships they offer through the US Forest Service, I...

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The Power of Connection


By: Jessica Godinez

When I found yoga a few years ago, I embarked on a journey, determined to find and establish a secure mind-...

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Cadiz Project’s Harm Wouldn’t be Limited to the Desert


By: Anthony Butch Araiza 

I have spent more than 50 years working for the Inland Empire’s West Valley Water District, starting as...

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Latino Conservation Week dates set for July 14 - 22, organizations invited to hold events


With the goal of creating opportunities for organizations and parks to engage Latinos and for Latinos to demonstrate their passion for...

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