SIERRA MAGAZINE: Celebrating Latino Heritage Through Protected Places A report urges protection of culturally significant sites to recognize national history


By: Meredith Brown 

Dec. 19, 2017

The United States has long been known as a socially and culturally diverse “melting pot...

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HISPANIC ACCESS: Trump Administration’s Unprecedented Assault on Public Lands Disregards Moral Obligation to Protect Our Outdoor and Cultural Heritage


On the heels of the proclamation from President Trump to reduce Bears Ears National Monument by 85% and Grand Staircase-Escalante...

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COLORADO RIVER PUBLIC MEDIA: "Leche y Miel": Short Film Set in Yuma County Explores Over-Allocation of the Colorado River


By Maya Springhawk Robnett 

Over-use of the Colorado River has long concerned environmentalists, but a short film has set out to...

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HUFFINGTON POST: Trump’s Rollback of Monuments Ignores Public, Economic Interests


Maite Arce, Contributor

While national monuments, which can be established under the authority of the Antiquities Act, are at the...

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HUFFINGTON POST: America’s Worst Idea: Donald Trump’s Dismantling of Our Natural Heritage


Javier Sierra, Contributer, Associate Communications Director, The Sierra Club

Zozobra, according to New Mexico tradition, is a...

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LAS CRUCES SUN- NEWS: NMSU alumna receives fellowship for Latino heritage preservation


Billy Huntsman, For the Sun-News

A New Mexico State University alumna was recently awarded a fellowship for  a national...

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Latino Leaders Reject Trump Administration’s Decision to Take Away America’s Public Lands


Following President Trump’s announcement that he intends to roll back protections of more public lands than ever before in our history...

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