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09 September 2019

DAILY HERALD: Organizations work to elevate Latino voices in conservation and the outdoors in Utah

Being outside has historically been a part of Latino culture for generations. While Latinos are not always represented in mainstream conservation groups and movements, groups around the state and the nation are working to change…
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03 September 2019

ARIZONA CAPITOL TIMES: Land and Water Conservation Fund far reaching

While parks dot the urban and rural landscapes of Arizona, the critical connections these places have to the Land and Water Conservation Fund may not be as clear.
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01 September 2019

LAS CRUCES SUN NEWS: Continue Land and Water Conservation Fund's Legacy

Waking up every day in Las Cruces and seeing the Organ Mountains with its abundance of wildlands, wildlife and natural beauty is arguably one of the best parts about living here. Getting to work on…
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30 August 2019

SUN SENTINEL: Latino communities on the frontlines in battle against climate change

Last month, environmentalists and conservation organizations across the country celebrated Latino Conservation Week, honoring the hard work Latino communities have done to protect our public lands and waters.
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23 August 2019

BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN: COMMUNITY VOICES: Conservation Fund Needs Support so we can Enjoy our vast Backyard

Piñatas, tres leches cakes, music, laughter and a good carne asada. These are some of the distinct memories I have of many parties throughout my childhood. They were often held outside, in backyards or our…
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23 August 2019

LAS VEGAS SUN: Future of Nation’s Outdoors Depends on Cultivating Passion in Youths

Getting kids outdoors and in touch with nature is crucial today when it seems like millions of screens are fighting for our attention. But this is doubly important for Latino and other diverse communities, and…
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