News Coverage

15 July 2019

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: New Mexico Celebrates Latino Conservation Week

Latinos are the largest minority group in America, representing nearly 17% of the nation's population. But when it comes to taking part in outdoor recreation activities, a 2018 report by the Outdoor Industry Association found…
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15 July 2019

CAPITAL GAZETTE: Ariana Perez: Breaking Language Barriers in Sandy Point

Barely blinking and staring in awe, a group of children sit near each other at Sandy Point State Park during story time as they attentively listen to classic nature stories being read in Spanish. A…
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24 June 2019

ARIZONA PUBLIC MEDIA: Tucson reviving a stretch of the Santa Cruz River

Starting Monday, June 24, Tucson Water will begin the Santa Cruz River Heritage Project, reviving a historic stretch of the river near downtown Tucson. Tucson Water will put as much as 2.8 million gallons of reclaimed…
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16 May 2019

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: New Bill Would Curb Methane Pollution from Oil and Gas

U.S. Rep. Diane DeGette of Colorado has introduced a bill to reinstate Obama-era controls on the venting and burning of methane gas on federal land. The gas is a byproduct of oil and gas extraction. The Methane…
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15 May 2019

ARIZONA CAPITOL TIMES: Latinos Rely Heavily on Colorado River Water Amid Plans for Cutbacks

The Por La Creación: Faith-Based Alliance is a bipartisan partnership of Hispanic pastors who believe in a common-sense approach to managing our natural resources. In February, 20 of us from Arizona gathered together in the…
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13 May 2019

IECN: Protect Wild Lands, Open Space, Rivers

While California is known for its incredible natural diversity and majestic public lands, the San Gabriel Mountains play a vital role in our economy, recreation and relaxation. The recreational “backyard” for more than 17 million…
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