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20 July 2022

CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY: Hasta La Tierra (To the Earth): Closing the Nature Gap in Latino Communities and Beyond

When Brenda Gallegos’ family immigrated to the United States, her parents wanted what so many immigrants across the world dream of for their children—a better life. Education was their top priority, and outdoor activities like…
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20 July 2022

MONTEREY HERALD: This Latino Conservation Week we Must Invest in Communities, Protect the Ocean and Heal the Earth

I am a child of immigrants. My parents are from El Salvador. Water has played a role throughout my life and I’ve dedicated decades to ocean conservation. That is why I support an initiative, known…
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20 July 2022

U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE: Conservación y communidad - Conservation and Community

Our Hispanic Access Foundation interns have spent this summer basking in the glory of that #USFWS life – getting outside and engaged in projects that support natural resource conservation and give back to wildlife and…
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18 July 2022

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: 9th Annual Latino Conservation Week Kicks Off Today

This week is a great chance to enjoy the great outdoors - with more than fifty free events, up and down the state of California, as part of Latino Conservation Week.
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18 July 2022

EL PASO TIMES: Outdoor Adventures With His Grandfather Shaped Conservationist Gabe Vasquez as a Leader

Every time the train rumbled past his grandparents' home in Ciudad Juárez, Gabe Vasquez worried a coffee mug or picture frame might fall and shatter on the floor. The home was adjacent to a series…
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18 July 2022

EL PASO TIMES: Get Outdoors, El Paso. Here's a Guide to Get Started.

The Franklin Mountains, the most prominent geologic feature rising above the center of El Paso, a Hispanic-majority city, are named after a white merchant who briefly owned a ranch in the mid-1800s near present-day downtown.
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