news releases

02 May 2019

California Latinos Visit North Etiwanda Preserve to Celebrate Public Lands

On Sunday, Apr. 28, Hispanic Access Foundation, Inland Empire Resource Conservation District, San Bernardino County Special Districts, Supervisor Rutherford’s Office, Rancho Cucamonga Foothill Preservation Alliance and Por la Creación Faith-based Alliance took 40 congregation members…
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18 April 2019

President Signs DCP into Law, Latino Faith Leaders Unite to Protect the Colorado River

On Tuesday, Apr. 16, President Trump signed a law authorizing the Drought Contingency Plan (DCP) to protect the Colorado River, following the bill’s passage through Congress with bipartisan support. The law, which follows years of…
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16 April 2019

HAF Statement on Gila River Being Declared America's Most Endangered River

Following the release of American River’s report America's Most Endangered Rivers® of 2019 in which New Mexico’s Gila River was ranked #1 due to a proposed water diversion project that would tax the already threatened…
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05 April 2019

New Toolkit Underscores Health, Economic and Cultural Impact of Conservation Issues on Latino Communities

Yesterday, Hispanic Access Foundation held a webinar briefing with experts on wildfires, drought, extreme heat, health, occupational safety, and our nation’s public lands to release a new conservation toolkit “A Guide to Land, Water and…
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26 March 2019

HAF Calls on Congress to Dedicate Permanent and Full Funding for LWCF

WASHINGTON – While the Land and Water Conservation Fund is now permanently reauthorized, President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for 2020 cuts federal funding for LWCF by more than 100 percent, not only zeroing out the…
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14 March 2019

HAF Applauds and Celebrates Permanent Reauthorization of LWCF

On Tuesday, Mar. 12, in a historic demonstration of bipartisan governing President Donald J. Trump signed into law the John D. Dingell Jr. Conservation, Management and Recreation Act, protecting millions of acres of land and…
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