04 December 2016

AMERICAN RIVERS: Thanks to You, and All of the River Champions

American Rivers is a special organization. We work on important issues we are passionate about. But it’s not just the issues, or rivers, that make this a special place. It’s the people – our colleagues,…
24 October 2016

Centennial Celebration in Afton Canyon

In the California desert, there are many reasons to celebrate the National Park Service Centennial and all of our public lands.
05 October 2016

National Public Lands Day Centennial Celebration at Afton Canyon

On National Public Lands Day this year (September 24), a group of 22 Latinos from El Nuevo Comienzo took their first trip to Afton Canyon in the new Mojave Trails National Monument.
31 July 2016

InsideNPS: Latino Conservation Week at the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation

On Friday July 22nd, the Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation in Boston, Massachusetts visited the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections Department to learn about the history of Villa Victoria and Puerto Rican culture in…
25 July 2016

FWS Blog: Downtown, in the Park, at the Refuge — Discovering Nature Anywhere and Everywhere

As #LatinoConservationWeek marches on, we share a reflection on summer at the Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuge Complex, written by Hispanic Access Foundation intern Michael Bonilla.
24 July 2016

CONSERVATION LANDS FOUNDATION: Celebrating Latino Conservation Week

2016 marks the third annual Latino Conservation Week, an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) to harness the Latino community’s passion for the outdoors and spotlight its role in conservation. It started with just 17…

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