News Coverage

Jul 13, 2018
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Latinos are expected to make up nearly a third of the U.S. population by 2050, according to Census projections. So conservation groups want to ensure that Latinos stay engaged in environmental stewardship. Latino Conservation Week starts this Saturday, and aims to bring... Read More
Jun 5, 2018
WASHINGTON, DC—Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) Founder, President and CEO Maite Arce, a leader at the intersection of Latino advocacy and conservation, has joined the nonprofit funders’ network Rachel’s Network as an advisor.Maite guides HAF in its mission to build bridges that... Read More
Jun 5, 2018
Bill Sarno/CTLatinoNews.comIvette Lopez, a Californian who went to Yale, now calls Connecticut home and she is now working to protect its environment. In July, she will lead several dozen Latino families from New Haven to one of her favorite East Coast spots, Outer Island, the outermost of the... Read More
May 13, 2018
By Blake Herzog Leaders of a nationwide organization visited Yuma recently as part of the launch of an effort to spark more Latino engagement in water conservation efforts involving the Colorado River.Maite Arce, president and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Hispanic Access Foundation,... Read More
May 12, 2018
By Michelle Neuenschwander As a Latina millennial from Virginia who moved to Colorado in 2017, I represent many of the trends in the state’s growing population, which is becoming younger and more Latino.Prior to moving to Denver, my first visit was to what is now Browns Canyon National... Read More