Feb 16, 2017
In California, where the largest ethnic group is Hispanic, Latino voices were important to the creation of the Sand to Snow, Mojave Trails and Castle Mountains National Monuments. Latinos are now stepping up to make sure these monuments are kept intact. Twenty Latino groups have signed a joint... Read More
Feb 15, 2017
By Al MartinezNevada is a state of incredible natural diversity. The diverse landscapes of our state provide a lot more than just recreation and relaxation. These special places play a vital role in our economy, our culture and our history. Growing up in a family that camped, fished, hunted and... Read More
Feb 15, 2017
Two California non-profit organizations have been awarded funds to provide fishing programs for Hispanic families. A total of $10,792 in grants was awarded by the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) through the George H.W. Bush Vamos A Pescar™ Education Fund. The California... Read More
Feb 15, 2017
Published February 14, 2016Today, the Latino Partnership to Cut Waste and Protect Our Health applauds U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) for standing up for American taxpayers, clean air, and healthy communities. The partnership includes Hispanic Access Foundation; HECHO; Chispa Nevada,... Read More
Feb 10, 2017
BY MAITE ARCE AND MICHAEL L. CONNOR, OPINION CONTRIBUTORSThere are a host of important natural resource challenges quickly bearing down on the new administration that require immediate attention — perhaps none more serious in America’s western states than the management and fate of the... Read More