Join Audubon California, Latino Outdoors, and Hispanic Access Foundation as we celebrate Latino Conservation Week!
Having meaningful conversations that shape our views on who and what belongs in nature is more important now than ever. Who decides what is native and what is not native in nature? Why is it that a person that just relocated (migrated) to Los Angeles can have their offspring considered a “California Native,” but plants and animals will always be associated with their land of origin. Tune into a conversation with members of the Indigenous community in Los Angeles as they discuss what it means for plants and people to be Native or Non-native.
Don't miss out on Mapping Migraciones: Native vs. Non-native on Thursday, July 22nd from 5:30pm PT/8:30pm ET!
Register for the event here: https://act.audubon.org/a/mm-native-nonnative
Audubon California, Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation
Date & time:
July 22, 2021