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16 July 2014

HISPANICIZE: Hispanic Access Foundation Launches National Parks Tour initiative to engage Latino Youth

Today, seven Latino college students embark on a nine-day tour of national parks in the west as they seek to engage Latinos with the outdoors and raise awareness about the need to protect these treasures…
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11 July 2014

WILDERNESS SOCIETY: National Park Tour Engages Young Latinos with Conservation

The Wilderness Society helped kick off the "Four Stops One Destination" national park tour in Mile High fashion. Several of America’s famed national parks will be the destinations for a group of college students who…
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10 July 2014

POLITICO: Hispanic Group Promotes Conservation with New Tour

The Hispanic Access Foundation will launch a "Four Stops, One Destination" tour today in which seven Latino college students visit national parks in the West for nine days to promote conservation and urge against oil…
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23 May 2014

UNIVISION: Trip to Joshua Tree with Congressman Ruiz

Congressman Raul Ruiz participated in a hike with 100 young Latinos from the Coachella Valley in California. The trip was organized by the Por La Creacion: Faith Based Alliance, Hispanic Access Foundation and the Congressman's…
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21 May 2014

HUFFINGTON POST: New National Monument Preserves Hispanic Heritage

Southern New Mexico's Organ Mountains Desert Peaks region will be protected by President Obama as a national monument on Wednesday, and rightfully so. Spanning thousands of years of human history and use, the Organ Mountains-Desert…
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25 April 2014

Work in Progress, Hewlett Foundation Blog: Finding Common Ground to Protect the Land

Maite Arce’s 950-mile tour of national parks in Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico—which included hiking, biking, rafting, and video blogging—was equal parts family vacation and social media campaign. Its goal was to raise Latinos’ awareness…
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