Blog

Aug 28, 2017
Last month was Latino Conservation Week, when hundreds of events took place around the country to celebrate and honor Hispanics’ ancestral connections to the outdoors and stewardship of the land.  No other event exemplifies this more than the clean-up of High Point canyon in the Sangre... Read More
Aug 25, 2017
By Martin Martinez“A grove of giant redwoods or sequoias should be kept just as we keep a great and beautiful cathedral,” by Theodore Roosevelt.These words have never resounded so true and pure in our hearts than the day that our family and youth came face to face with General Sherman,... Read More
Jul 22, 2017
By Sam HodderPresident and CEO, Save the Redwoods LeagueSummer is the best. Schools are out, the days are long, the weather is spectacular, and, here in California, we have the some of the greatest parks anywhere in the world. There is nothing that brings me more joy than seeing everyone outside... Read More
Jul 19, 2017
Hispanic Access Foundation Intern, Kelsey Mackey, does it all through outreach and environmental education with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Be sure to join us all summer as we hear from our interns about their work and experience. My name is Kelsey Mackey, and I am... Read More
Jul 19, 2017
By Kelsey MackeyA passion for conservation is a universal concept shared by people of all countries, cultures, and ethnicities. For many, caring for the environment is motivated by personal experiences and an appreciation for the natural world. This week, July 16-22, is Latino Conservation... Read More