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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THE HILL: Access to our parks is at risk, time for Congress to act


By Robert Fanger

Whether they’re hiking in a state or national park, fishing at the edge of a river, or simply walking on the...

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HAF Film “Milk and Honey” Screens at Environmental Film Festival in Nation’s Capital


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...

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NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION: From Artwork to Farm Work: Historic Latino Sites in California


By: Carson Bear

The places that represent Latino and Hispanic history are incredibly varied—architecturally, geographically, and...

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RUIDOSO NEWS: Smokey’s Corner: A newcomer’s perspective


Esmeralda Aguilar

The landscape along the roads leading up to Ruidoso appeared barren, sprinkled with rabbit brush, yucca and...

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RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE: Our local national monuments are under threat and must be protected


By Gabriel Araya

National monuments are part of what many love about California. These public lands — such as Mojave...

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