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11 June 2020

June 12 Webinar Will Focus on Mental Health and Public Lands/Waters

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Rep. Xochitl Torres Small (NM-2) will deliver the keynote address at Hispanic Access Foundation’s next Staying Connected to Conservation webinar on “Mental Health and Public Lands/Waters” this Friday. Following Rep. Torres Small’s remarks, a panel of experts will discuss how conservation, public lands, mental health, and climate intersect.
 Speakers include:
  • Representative Xochitl Torres Small (NM-2)
  • Juan Lazo Bautista, Environmental Leadership Program,  forest therapy guide, MANO alum
  • Brenda Gallegos, Friends of Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks
  • Janelle Paciencia, Latino Outdoors & American Hiking Society NextGen Leader
  • Erica Hernandez, Latino Outdoors

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