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13 July 2022

PATCH: Forest Preserve Hosts Bilingual Hike, Cleanup Event on July 23

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with the Forest Preserve District of Will County by taking part in a Bilingual Hike and Cleanup event on Saturday, July 23, at Hadley Valley Preserve – Gougar Road Access in…
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13 July 2022

PATCH: Latino Conservation Week Approaches + Native American Festival On Tap

MARYLAND — Marylanders can get in touch with the environment during the upcoming Latino Conservation Week. A Native American festival is also slated for this weekend. Other outdoorsy news highlights a baby osprey, a moth…
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24 June 2022

U.S. FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE: Hispanic Access Foundation Interns Kick Off Summer With The Service

On a hot and humid late afternoon on the first of June, we walked a leisurely mile-and-a-half around the perimeter of Cash Lake, a large and vibrant impoundment on the South Tract of the Patuxent Research Refuge. I was tagging along on the hike…
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21 June 2022

ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND: Study Explores Demographics of Communities Living Near Oil and Gas Wells

New research from Environmental Defense Fund published today in Population and Environment explores the demographics of people living near active oil and gas wells, finding that nearly 18 million individuals live within 1 mile of…
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17 June 2022

VAN HOLLEN, SARBANES ANNOUNCE CHESAPEAKE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA WORKING GROUP PRINCIPLES TO GUIDE LEGISLATION: Members are Spearheading an Effort to Create a Chesapeake National Recreation Area to Benefit & Highlight the Bay Watershed

Today, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen and Congressman John Sarbanes (both D-Md.) announced the release of key principles guiding their work to create a unified Chesapeake National Recreation Area (CNRA), developed in conjunction with the working group the lawmakers have convened.…
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15 June 2022

MEDIUM: Himno a favor del clima porque nuestra fe sin acción es incompleta

Cuando mis padres decidieron emigrar de Morelia, Michoacán, México, a los Estados Unidos en 1974, decidieron dejar todo y hacerlo frente a la posibilidad de proveer una estabilidad y un futuro mejor para sus hijos.…
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