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16 June 2016

USFWS: Meet our HAF Interns @ a Refuge near You

We are proud to announce our partnership with the Hispanic Access Foundation in an effort to connect Latino youth with careers in natural resource conservation. The U.S. is projected to become more racially and ethnically…
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09 June 2016

THE DESERT SUN: Public lands must serve all Americans to survive

Our country this year is celebrating the centennial of the National Park Service. To mark this milestone, I’m calling on our community to reflect on what the next 100 years will hold for our national…
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16 May 2016

HUFFINGTON POST: The Future of Our Public Lands Depends on Public Support from ALL Americans

As America’s National Park Service celebrates its centennial this summer, we have a responsibility to create a vision for the next century that focuses on the importance of public lands for all Americans.
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05 May 2016

RIVERSIDE PRESS-ENTERPRISE: Three new California national monuments celebrated

The added protected lands, Jewell said, make it possible to hike from the Angeles National Forest east of Los Angeles to the San Bernardino National Forest to the newly created Sand to Snow National Monument,…
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28 April 2016

UNIVISION: The Untold History of Hispanics and African Americans in our Nation’s Public Lands

On Thursday a coalition of civil society organizations have urged President Barack Obama to ensure greater participation and involvement of Hispanics, Asians, and African Americans citizens in national parks and public lands of the United…
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28 April 2016

CRONKITE NEWS: Grijalva, Gallego join call for more minority inclusion in public lands

Arizona Democratic Reps. Raul Grijalva and Ruben Gallego joined other lawmakers and civil rights groups Thursday urging President Barack Obama to implement more inclusive policies on the nation’s public lands.
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