news releases

03 June 2020

MAITE ARCE: We Have a Moral Obligation to Create Equity, Eradicate Racism

In response to the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers and the protests in American cities that have taken place over the last several days, Hispanic Access Foundation’s President and CEO Maite Arce…
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29 May 2020

HAF Releases its 2nd Annual Congressional Conservation Toolkit, Policy Recommendations

Today, Hispanic Access Foundation released its 2nd annual “Congressional Conservation Toolkit: A Guide to Land, Water and Climate Issues and the Impact on Latino Communities,” The toolkit explores issues around public lands, water and climate,…
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22 May 2020

National Outdoor Groups Release Six “Recreate Responsibly” Tips for Enjoying the Outdoors Safely During COVID-19

In advance of Memorial Day weekend – the unofficial start of the summer season – a newly formed coalition of outdoor groups created the Recreate Responsibly initiative to share ways for Americans to stay healthy…
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14 May 2020

Conservation Webinar Focuses on Water and How the World Has (and Hasn’t) Changed

Hispanic Access Foundation is launching its new webinar series “Staying Connected to Conservation” on May 15. In the first webinar, “Water and How the World Has (and Hasn’t) Changed,” HAF and its featured guests will…
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14 May 2020

Inclusion of the Great Outdoors in the Stimulus Benefits the Economy and Our Health

As our nation experiences the after-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of access to the outdoors – an outlet for communities to support our mental and physical health – is magnified. Unfortunately, those in…
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29 April 2020

Green Infrastructure Helps Church Conserve Water and Mitigate Climate Change

Last week, more than 30 Latino faith leaders learned how their churches can implement and plan for green infrastructure projects in order to conserve water and mitigate climate change. Pastor Agustin Jimenez from New Hope…
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RT @Wilderness: 🙌 BREAKING NEWS: The Great American Outdoors Act was just signed into law, fully funding the Land & Water Conservation Fund…

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RT @JoseBilingue: “We need to look at how parklands came to be... how they were designed, who they were designed for, and what the historic…

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RT @beringorca: hispanic community needs to know about the dangers of #S386'>S386 only India immigration bill. tweet and tag these folks. stop #S

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