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15 September 2021

Chesapeake Bay Latinos Overwhelmingly Support Establishing National Recreation Area, Protecting Public Lands and Addressing Climate Change

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Chesapeake Bay area survey of voters, commissioned by Hispanic Access Foundation and the Chesapeake Conservancy , and conducted by David Binder Research, finds that Latinos in Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and…
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14 September 2021

Hispanic Access Opens Call for Nominations to Its Board of Directors

For over 10 years, Hispanic Access Foundation has connected Latinos to partners and opportunities, improving lives and creating an equitable society. Now, we are looking for multiple individuals who want to help us build the…
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13 September 2021

Indigenous Leaders and Local Groups Urge Sec. Haaland to Postpone Decision on Point Reyes Management Plan

The National Park Service (NPS) is expected to finalize a General Management Plan Amendment for the Point Reyes National Seashore today, extending ranch leases in the park for another 20 years and perpetuating an abhorrent…
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24 August 2021

New Hispanic Access Foundation and USFWS Partnership Will Help Build the Next Generation of Climate Change Leaders Featured

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Hispanic Access Foundation through its MANO Project initiative and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service have launched a 18-month fellowship program for the newly reintroduced Civilian Climate Corp (CCC) program at the…
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15 July 2021

Eighth Annual Latino Conservation Week Kicks Off This Weekend (July 17 –25),

Initiative Breaks Down Barriers to the Outdoors and Inspires Tomorrow’s Stewards Communities throughout the country will enjoy and connect with the great outdoors during the 8th annual Latino Conservation Week (LCW), an initiative of Hispanic…
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07 July 2021

New Report Highlights Seven Latino Heritage Sites in Need of Protection

A new report, Place, Story and Culture: An Inclusive Approach to Protecting Latino Heritage Sites, released today by the Latino Heritage Scholars, an initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation, emphasizes the need for the protection…
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