2020 Latino Conservation Week Events

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July 18, 2020  | Maryland

LCW 2020 Virtual 5k Fun Run/Walk

The coronavirus pandemic has derailed many planned athletic events worldwide. Those who have trained for their 5K race will have the option and opportunity to put their disciplined training to use, wi...

Sponsor(s):

Brookside Gardens, Latino Outdoors and Montgomery County HHS Latino Health Initiative a

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July 22, 2020  | Maryland

Virtual Nature-Themed Storytime

Montgomery County Councilmember Will Jawando’s Virtual Storytime welcomes Montgomery Parks' park naturalist Bridget Wood to share a special nature-themed, bilingual story in celebration of Latino Co...

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery County Council, Montgomery Parks

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July 22, 2020  | Maryland

"We Need to Talk" Just the Beginning: Experiences of Young Latinx in Conservation

Join the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office for a virtual panel discussion. Young, early career Latinx conservationists will explore their personal experiences of diversity in the conservatio...

Sponsor(s): National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office

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July 24, 2020  | Maryland

Building a Career in Parks: A Latino Conservation Week Virtual Panel Discussion

Join staff from Montgomery Parks for a live virtual conversation. Staff will share their personal career journeys , provide an inside look at the varied jobs available in the field, and offer tips for...

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery Parks

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July 24, 2020  | Maryland

Escúchanos, We Need to Talk: A Conversation on Conservation, Inclusivity, and Chesapeake Latinx Communities

The Chesapeake Bay watershed is home to diverse Latinx communities and cultures that are consistent park users and active stewards in conservation. Join the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office...

Sponsor(s): National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office

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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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