2018 Latino Conservation Week Events

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July 16, 2018

Free Lecture, Endangered Species of the Coachella Valley

Event Description:

LATINO CONSERVATION WEEK FREE EVENT
Monday July 16, 2018
11am—noon

Mecca Library
Community Room,
91260 Ave 66, in Mecca
For more information call 760/396-2363

Families are invited to the Mecca Library to learn about local plants and animals that are in need of protection. Visitors will learn about endangered species from the Salton Sea to Mt San Jacinto and how conservation efforts enhance their survival. An illustrated slide show will be followed with a game for children to play “Operation Survival,” introducing them to the endangered species that call the Desert home. All will receive a reusable water bottle especially designed for hiking, featuring a chart showing how much water different ages of hikers should be drinking.



Event Sponsor(s):
Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, Mecca Library

Date & time:
July 16, 2018
11 am  -  12 pm

Location:
Mecca Library Community Room, 91260 Ave 66, in Mecca
91260 Ave 66, in Mecca, CA
Mecca, CA, 92554

Open to the Public:
Yes

Cost:
No, this event is free

Questions: For Questions about this event, please contact Tracy Albrecht with Bureau of Land Management at 760 8337127 or talbrech@blm.gov.


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Latino Conservation Week is a collection of events from variety of organizations. Hispanic Access Foundation is only directly responsible for events in which it is listed as a sponsor. 

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