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06 March 2018

RUIDOSO NEWS: Smokey’s Corner: A newcomer’s perspective

The landscape along the roads leading up to Ruidoso appeared barren, sprinkled with rabbit brush, yucca and cactus. Nonetheless, I found comfort and beauty in the scenery. Having driven through miles and miles of desert,…
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23 January 2018

Latino Conservation Week se llevará a cabo entre el 14 y el 22 de julio de este año, invitamos a todas las organizaciones a contribuir con su propio evento

Con el objetivo de crear oportunidades para que las organizaciones y los parques puedan involucrar a los latinos, y los latinos puedan demostrar su pasión por la naturaleza y la protección de las tierras públicas,…
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23 January 2018

Latino Conservation Week dates set for July 14 - 22, organizations invited to hold events

With the goal of creating opportunities for organizations and parks to engage Latinos and for Latinos to demonstrate their passion for the outdoors and protecting public lands, the 5th annual Latino Conservation Week will take…
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22 September 2017

#NBCLatino20: The Park Ranger, Miguel Marquez

#NBCLatino20: The Park Ranger, Miguel Marquez by Suzanne Gamboa and Melanie Bencosme For years, nature was Miguel Marquez’s escape from the rough streets of Oakland, California. Then it became his life. Marquez is a ranger…
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12 September 2017

DAILY DEMOCRAT: Tuleyome celebrates Latino Conservation Week

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, Tuleyome is hosting four special events throughout Yolo County. “Latino Conservation Week was created by the Hispanic Access Foundation to support efforts to connect members of the Latino Community…
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04 September 2017

LATINO HERITAGE INTERNSHIP BLOG: Programs! Latino Conservation Week!

By: Aileen Palma This week was a pretty busy week for me, even having Monday off. I only have every other Monday off because I work a 5-4/9 schedule, which means I work 5 days…
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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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