From the Arizona Daily Sun
The Grand Canyon National Park will host an event Friday, July 21 to celebrate Latino Conservation Week, which is dedicated to creating opportunities for Latino families and youth to engage in the outdoors and raise awareness of conservation issues. The week was created as an initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation.
From noon to 4 p.m. visitors at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center Plaza can chat with Spanish speaking rangers, Youth Conservation Corps and Latino heritage interns. The history walk, critter chat, geology glimpse, condor talk and evening ranger programs will be presented in Spanish.