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July 22, 2020 | District of Columbia

2020 LCW Twitter Chat

On behalf of Hispanic Access Foundation, we invite you to join our Twitter Chat on Wednesday, July 22 at 1pm EST.Feel free to ask questions during the Twitter chat or help us amplify from 1-2pm EST using some of the drafted tweets and graphics. The actions we take today will impact our children and the generations to come. We are looking forward to your participation!

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Online
Twitter @HispanicAccess,N/A,DC,N/A


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
11:00 am MST/1:00 pm EST - 12:00 pm MST/2:00 pm MST

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2020 LCW Twitter Chat

On behalf of Hispanic Access Foundation, we invite you to join our Twitter Chat on Wednesday, July 22 at 1pm EST.Feel free to ask questions during the Twitter chat or help us amplify from 1-2pm EST using some of the drafted tweets and graphics. The actions we take today will impact our children and the generations to come. We are looking forward to your participation!

Location:
Online
Twitter @HispanicAccess,N/A,DC,N/A


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
11:00 am MST/1:00 pm EST - 12:00 pm MST/2:00 pm MST

District of Columbia
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Colorado

Latino Conservation Week Grizzly Creek Family Hike and Picnic

Join our Latino Conservation Week celebration. Pack your backpack and join Defiende Nuestra Tierra a Wilderness Workshop program on a family-friendly hike and picnic up the Grizzly Creek Trail, near Glenwood Springs. This gentle hike is appropriate for families and kids ages 7 and up. While the trail continues for several miles, we’ll go for just 3 or 4 total along the mostly flat, first part of the trail. The trail parallels the creek through a beautiful canyon near the Colorado River on the I-70 corridor. This hike will provide ample opportunity for bird watching along the creek, picnicking and learning about the extensive public lands in our area, and how you can enjoy them and care for them. This hike will be led by English and Spanish speaking guides.

Sponsor(s):

Defiende Nuestra Tierra - Wilderness Workshop

Location:
Grizzly Creek Trailhead
Grizzly Creek Rest area on I-70 in the Glenwood Springs Canyon,Glenwood Springs,CO,816801


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
9:30am - 2:30pm

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Latino Conservation Week Grizzly Creek Family Hike and Picnic

Join our Latino Conservation Week celebration. Pack your backpack and join Defiende Nuestra Tierra a Wilderness Workshop program on a family-friendly hike and picnic up the Grizzly Creek Trail, near Glenwood Springs. This gentle hike is appropriate for families and kids ages 7 and up. While the trail continues for several miles, we’ll go for just 3 or 4 total along the mostly flat, first part of the trail. The trail parallels the creek through a beautiful canyon near the Colorado River on the I-70 corridor. This hike will provide ample opportunity for bird watching along the creek, picnicking and learning about the extensive public lands in our area, and how you can enjoy them and care for them. This hike will be led by English and Spanish speaking guides.

Location:
Grizzly Creek Trailhead
Grizzly Creek Rest area on I-70 in the Glenwood Springs Canyon,Glenwood Springs,CO,816801


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
9:30am - 2:30pm

Colorado
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Florida

Nature Activity Box

Florida families, join Hispanic Access Foundation to celebrate Latino Conservation Week with a Nature Activity Box. Families who register will receive a box with a week's worth of fun conservation-related activities for every day of LCW. We are limited to 40 boxes so register for yours now!

The activities include:

Day 1, July 18: Conservation Bingo
Day 2, July 19: Backyard Bird Watching
Day 3, July 20: Coral Creations
Day 4, July 21: @ 5:30 pm Diversity Drawing via @LatinoConservationWeek IG Live

Day 5, July 22: Virtual Tour of Dry Tortugas National Park

This tour will include a live Zoom audio guide on July 22nd from 4:30 - 5:00 pm EST
Zoom Meeting ID: 648 615 4445
Password: 8mgwcW

Day 6, July 23: Gardening for Pollinators
Day 7, July 24: Cleanup Time!
Day 8, July 25: DIY Hammerhead Sharks
Day 9, July 26: Conservation Pledge

Register for your box: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zjnQHwXla1O7IvPZZ0dHAvU5MZ2Z-MjlQqfqbq8QQqo/prefill

 

**7/14 UPDATE: We are currently at capacity and cannot accept new registrations for boxes. 

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation and the Ocean Advisory Council's Florida member, Ashley Suarez-Burgos, Virginia Ansaldi, and David Riera

Location:
Your House
Your House,Miami,FL,33133


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
9 am - 9 am

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Nature Activity Box

Florida families, join Hispanic Access Foundation to celebrate Latino Conservation Week with a Nature Activity Box. Families who register will receive a box with a week's worth of fun conservation-related activities for every day of LCW. We are limited to 40 boxes so register for yours now!

The activities include:

Day 1, July 18: Conservation Bingo
Day 2, July 19: Backyard Bird Watching
Day 3, July 20: Coral Creations
Day 4, July 21: @ 5:30 pm Diversity Drawing via @LatinoConservationWeek IG Live

Day 5, July 22: Virtual Tour of Dry Tortugas National Park

This tour will include a live Zoom audio guide on July 22nd from 4:30 - 5:00 pm EST
Zoom Meeting ID: 648 615 4445
Password: 8mgwcW

Day 6, July 23: Gardening for Pollinators
Day 7, July 24: Cleanup Time!
Day 8, July 25: DIY Hammerhead Sharks
Day 9, July 26: Conservation Pledge

Register for your box: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zjnQHwXla1O7IvPZZ0dHAvU5MZ2Z-MjlQqfqbq8QQqo/prefill

 

**7/14 UPDATE: We are currently at capacity and cannot accept new registrations for boxes. 

Location:
Your House
Your House,Miami,FL,33133


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
9 am - 9 am

Florida
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | New York

Melt and Pour Soap Making Workshop

In order to celebrate Latino Conservation week this workshop is free and available to the public! We will talk about the history, chemistry, and conservation aspects of soap making! We will be using the melt and pour technique, no lye or chemicals involved. They are fun to make, and they make great gifts! Get your family together for a creative evening, or make new friends (online) while learning a new craft.

Appropriate for ages 7 and up with parental supervision. This technique is often thought of as an introduction to soap making. Many people move on to cold process soap making. But many people also just enjoy the melt and pour technique as well! Register in advance to reserve your materials! A majority of materials, shipping, and virtual instruction are included.

In order to register please contact Sasha Azeez at Sasha_Azeez@Fws.gov!

We will be shipping out supplies so please include your name, phone number, and shipping address. Materials you will need that are not included: rubbing alcohol, a microwave or supplies for a double broiler, A cutting instrument, and bowls. Two kits available per household. Use instruments that you are able to part with. Many people have dedicated soap making supplies, because some fragrances and additives stay with the objects. Especially if they are made with porous material. AKA don’t use your favorite bowl or try to make cupcakes with the silicon molds that are provided.

Sponsor(s):

Buffalo Urban Refuge Partnership

Location:
Zoom
Zoom,Buffalo,NY,14215


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
1.00 pm EST - 2.00 pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

Melt and Pour Soap Making Workshop

In order to celebrate Latino Conservation week this workshop is free and available to the public! We will talk about the history, chemistry, and conservation aspects of soap making! We will be using the melt and pour technique, no lye or chemicals involved. They are fun to make, and they make great gifts! Get your family together for a creative evening, or make new friends (online) while learning a new craft.

Appropriate for ages 7 and up with parental supervision. This technique is often thought of as an introduction to soap making. Many people move on to cold process soap making. But many people also just enjoy the melt and pour technique as well! Register in advance to reserve your materials! A majority of materials, shipping, and virtual instruction are included.

In order to register please contact Sasha Azeez at Sasha_Azeez@Fws.gov!

We will be shipping out supplies so please include your name, phone number, and shipping address. Materials you will need that are not included: rubbing alcohol, a microwave or supplies for a double broiler, A cutting instrument, and bowls. Two kits available per household. Use instruments that you are able to part with. Many people have dedicated soap making supplies, because some fragrances and additives stay with the objects. Especially if they are made with porous material. AKA don’t use your favorite bowl or try to make cupcakes with the silicon molds that are provided.

Location:
Zoom
Zoom,Buffalo,NY,14215


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
1.00 pm EST - 2.00 pm EST

New York
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | California

Mariposas Monarcas y Plantas

We plan to reach the Latino community with a multi-faceted, one-hour webinar in English and Spanish with several components that all work together to showcase the value of native plants and pollinators (especially hummingbirds and monarchs) in their local neighborhoods. We’ll show pictures of the existing native plant restoration project that we have been working in OVRP and give an update to the folks that volunteered to plant these natives in early 2020.

We will also translate existing San Diego Audubon Education activities and resources into Spanish, and share those for free with the webinar participants if they are looking for family-friendly activities over the summer. We’ll partner with the California Native Plant Society San Diego Chapter to share tips for growing native milkweed (Asclepias fascicularis and A. speciosa) at home and explain the lifecycle of milkweeds and monarchs. This live portion of the webinar will be in Spanish, as well. We’ll include information and stories about how to take care of Monarch caterpillars if their milkweeds attract them, show a video/photos of raising Monarch butterflies and releasing them, and we’ll include links to community science projects that are collecting information on our rapidly dwindling (December 2020 is when the USFWS decision on listing Monarchs is due) western population of Monarchs (https://www.monarchmilkweedmapper.org/, and/or https://transom.org/2013/google-earth-tour-monarch-butterflies/).

Beforehand, we’ll send webinar participants who have signed up a care package with narrow-leaved and/or showy milkweed seeds, brochures on where to buy more, information on how to plant them, as well as bird guide brochures in Spanish. At the end of the webinar, we will give away 10 Spanish bird guides by doing a free raffle and mailing the guides.

Sponsor(s):

San Diego Audubon Society, California Native Plant Society, San Diego City College Audubon, Xerces Society,Otay Valley Regional Park and Hispanic Access Foundation.

Location:
Webinar (Zoom) San Diego Audubon
4010 Morena Blvd. St. 100,San Diego ,CA,92117


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:00PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Mariposas Monarcas y Plantas

We plan to reach the Latino community with a multi-faceted, one-hour webinar in English and Spanish with several components that all work together to showcase the value of native plants and pollinators (especially hummingbirds and monarchs) in their local neighborhoods. We’ll show pictures of the existing native plant restoration project that we have been working in OVRP and give an update to the folks that volunteered to plant these natives in early 2020.

We will also translate existing San Diego Audubon Education activities and resources into Spanish, and share those for free with the webinar participants if they are looking for family-friendly activities over the summer. We’ll partner with the California Native Plant Society San Diego Chapter to share tips for growing native milkweed (Asclepias fascicularis and A. speciosa) at home and explain the lifecycle of milkweeds and monarchs. This live portion of the webinar will be in Spanish, as well. We’ll include information and stories about how to take care of Monarch caterpillars if their milkweeds attract them, show a video/photos of raising Monarch butterflies and releasing them, and we’ll include links to community science projects that are collecting information on our rapidly dwindling (December 2020 is when the USFWS decision on listing Monarchs is due) western population of Monarchs (https://www.monarchmilkweedmapper.org/, and/or https://transom.org/2013/google-earth-tour-monarch-butterflies/).

Beforehand, we’ll send webinar participants who have signed up a care package with narrow-leaved and/or showy milkweed seeds, brochures on where to buy more, information on how to plant them, as well as bird guide brochures in Spanish. At the end of the webinar, we will give away 10 Spanish bird guides by doing a free raffle and mailing the guides.

Location:
Webinar (Zoom) San Diego Audubon
4010 Morena Blvd. St. 100,San Diego ,CA,92117


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:00PM

California
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07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Florida

Coffee Plantations and Wild Birds in Colombia

In this webinar, we will discuss the impact of shade grown coffee on bird conservation in Quindío, Colombia from a local perspective. Colombia is home to the largest diversity of birds in the entire world and particularly impacted by the drastic and horrifying downwards trend in bird populations worldwide since 1970. Deforestation in tropical regions due to agriculture contributes to loss of habitat. We will get a chance to speak with Alberto Córdoba from Finca La Palmera about how he has conserved native guadua stands on his third generation family farm in Quindío and taken action to produce only organic, shade grown bird friendly coffee. We will discuss what shade grown coffee is, why it is important and how you as a coffee consumer can help protect wild birds.

En este seminario, analizaremos el impacto del café de sombra en la conservación de aves en Quindío, Colombia desde una perspectiva local. Colombia es el hogar de la mayor diversidad de aves en todo el mundo y se ve particularmente afectada por la tendencia a la terrible disminucion las poblaciones de aves en todo el mundo desde 1970. La deforestación en las regiones tropicales debido a la agricultura de monocultura contribuye a la pérdida de hábitat. Tendremos la oportunidad de hablar con Alberto Córdoba de la Finca La Palmera sobre cómo ha conservado los bosques de guadua nativos en su granja familiar de tercera generación en Quindío y ha tomado medidas para producir solo café ecológico, a la sombra. Discutiremos qué es el café de sombra, por qué es importante para las aves y cómo usted, como consumidor de café, puede ayudar a proteger las aves silvestres.

Sponsor(s):

Bird Amigo Coffee

Location:
ZOOM Meeting ID: 827 4838 0487 Password: 2021q1
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82748380487?pwd=QnpROXhYRTVDZFpBL2IyQk5vWW5KQT09,Davie,FL,33325


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
3 pm EST - 4 pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

Coffee Plantations and Wild Birds in Colombia

In this webinar, we will discuss the impact of shade grown coffee on bird conservation in Quindío, Colombia from a local perspective. Colombia is home to the largest diversity of birds in the entire world and particularly impacted by the drastic and horrifying downwards trend in bird populations worldwide since 1970. Deforestation in tropical regions due to agriculture contributes to loss of habitat. We will get a chance to speak with Alberto Córdoba from Finca La Palmera about how he has conserved native guadua stands on his third generation family farm in Quindío and taken action to produce only organic, shade grown bird friendly coffee. We will discuss what shade grown coffee is, why it is important and how you as a coffee consumer can help protect wild birds.

En este seminario, analizaremos el impacto del café de sombra en la conservación de aves en Quindío, Colombia desde una perspectiva local. Colombia es el hogar de la mayor diversidad de aves en todo el mundo y se ve particularmente afectada por la tendencia a la terrible disminucion las poblaciones de aves en todo el mundo desde 1970. La deforestación en las regiones tropicales debido a la agricultura de monocultura contribuye a la pérdida de hábitat. Tendremos la oportunidad de hablar con Alberto Córdoba de la Finca La Palmera sobre cómo ha conservado los bosques de guadua nativos en su granja familiar de tercera generación en Quindío y ha tomado medidas para producir solo café ecológico, a la sombra. Discutiremos qué es el café de sombra, por qué es importante para las aves y cómo usted, como consumidor de café, puede ayudar a proteger las aves silvestres.

Location:
ZOOM Meeting ID: 827 4838 0487 Password: 2021q1
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82748380487?pwd=QnpROXhYRTVDZFpBL2IyQk5vWW5KQT09,Davie,FL,33325


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
3 pm EST - 4 pm EST

Florida
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Massachusetts

¡Buscalo Afuera! - Find it outside!

Hello! Please join us at your own time and pace for an outdoor treasure hunt during the weekend of July 25-26! We will have a list of things to find outdoors and invite you to join us in getting to know our plant and animal neighbors. To see the list, visit this Facebook page or email us at afuerawesternMA@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/sarah.rippere.14

For anyone that participates, you can enter to win a $20 gift certificate to El Comalito, South Amherst, MA - we will have 5 to award! We hope you will enjoy this game with us and find lots of interesting things - let’s go outside!

¡¡Buenos días!! ¡Por favor, Únete a nosotros en su tiempo para jugar afuera en el fin de semana de Julio 25 y 26!Nosotros tendremos una lista de cosas encontrar afuera.Únete a nosotros para unirte junto con nuestros vecinos plantas y animales.Para ver este lista, visitar este pagina de Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/sarah.rippere.14) o enviar un mensaje electrónico a afuerawesternMA@gmail.com. 

Todos participantes pueden al ingresar recibirán $20 a gastar a El Comalito restaurante, en Amherst, MA - ¡tenemos cinco para otorgar! ¡Esperamos que todos ustedes disfruten de esta actividad y ustedes encontrarán muchas cosas interesantes afuera con nosotros – Buscanos estamos afuera!

Sponsor(s):

Independent volunteer

Location:
Remote
Remote,Remote,MA,01002


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:01AM - 11:50PM

Full Event Details | Directions

¡Buscalo Afuera! - Find it outside!

Hello! Please join us at your own time and pace for an outdoor treasure hunt during the weekend of July 25-26! We will have a list of things to find outdoors and invite you to join us in getting to know our plant and animal neighbors. To see the list, visit this Facebook page or email us at afuerawesternMA@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/sarah.rippere.14

For anyone that participates, you can enter to win a $20 gift certificate to El Comalito, South Amherst, MA - we will have 5 to award! We hope you will enjoy this game with us and find lots of interesting things - let’s go outside!

¡¡Buenos días!! ¡Por favor, Únete a nosotros en su tiempo para jugar afuera en el fin de semana de Julio 25 y 26!Nosotros tendremos una lista de cosas encontrar afuera.Únete a nosotros para unirte junto con nuestros vecinos plantas y animales.Para ver este lista, visitar este pagina de Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/sarah.rippere.14) o enviar un mensaje electrónico a afuerawesternMA@gmail.com. 

Todos participantes pueden al ingresar recibirán $20 a gastar a El Comalito restaurante, en Amherst, MA - ¡tenemos cinco para otorgar! ¡Esperamos que todos ustedes disfruten de esta actividad y ustedes encontrarán muchas cosas interesantes afuera con nosotros – Buscanos estamos afuera!

Location:
Remote
Remote,Remote,MA,01002


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:01AM - 11:50PM

Massachusetts
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Colorado

Para Amar Los Rios y Oceanos desde una Comunidad de Denver

Families representing Aurora, Denver, and Westminster including students ages 6 to 17, parents, and volunteer chaperons will visit the Downtown Aquarium from 10am-2pm for a special tour and educational event called "Keeping our Oceans and Rivers Clean". Youth and adults will enjoy their first visit to the Downtown Aquarium and will view ocean wildlife and engage in educational activities. This event will help promote connections between youth and families and their oceans and rivers. Translation will be available and lunch is included.

Las familias que representan a Aurora, Denver y Westminster, incluidos los estudiantes de 6 a 17 años, los padres y los chaperones voluntarios visitarán el Downtown Aquarium de 10 am a 2 pm para un recorrido especial y un evento educativo llamado "Mantener limpios nuestros océanos y ríos". Jóvenes y adultos disfrutarán de su primera visita al Downtown Aquarium y verán la vida salvaje del océano y participarán en actividades educativas. Este evento ayudará a promover las conexiones entre los jóvenes y las familias y sus océanos y ríos. Habrá traducción disponible.

Sponsor(s):

Iglesia San Cayetano, Denver Aquarium, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Downtown Aquarium
700 Water Street,Denver,CO,80211


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00am - 2:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Para Amar Los Rios y Oceanos desde una Comunidad de Denver

Families representing Aurora, Denver, and Westminster including students ages 6 to 17, parents, and volunteer chaperons will visit the Downtown Aquarium from 10am-2pm for a special tour and educational event called "Keeping our Oceans and Rivers Clean". Youth and adults will enjoy their first visit to the Downtown Aquarium and will view ocean wildlife and engage in educational activities. This event will help promote connections between youth and families and their oceans and rivers. Translation will be available and lunch is included.

Las familias que representan a Aurora, Denver y Westminster, incluidos los estudiantes de 6 a 17 años, los padres y los chaperones voluntarios visitarán el Downtown Aquarium de 10 am a 2 pm para un recorrido especial y un evento educativo llamado "Mantener limpios nuestros océanos y ríos". Jóvenes y adultos disfrutarán de su primera visita al Downtown Aquarium y verán la vida salvaje del océano y participarán en actividades educativas. Este evento ayudará a promover las conexiones entre los jóvenes y las familias y sus océanos y ríos. Habrá traducción disponible.

Location:
Downtown Aquarium
700 Water Street,Denver,CO,80211


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00am - 2:00pm

Colorado
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07/25/2020

No
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Alaska

Encuentra tu parque! Virtual Family Expedition Challenges | Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with Gates of the Arctic National Park! Explore Gates of the Arctic virtually, and challenge yourself with our short family-friendly virtual expeditions on our Facebook page. Share your expedition adventures and get inspired by using these hashtags #LCW2020, #LatinoConservationWeek, and #FindYourPark / #EncuentraTuParque. We can't wait to see you online!

Sponsor(s):

Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/GatesOfTheArcticNPS/,Coldfoot,AK,99709


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 26, 2020
Remote - Join anytime online!

Full Event Details | Directions

Encuentra tu parque! Virtual Family Expedition Challenges | Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with Gates of the Arctic National Park! Explore Gates of the Arctic virtually, and challenge yourself with our short family-friendly virtual expeditions on our Facebook page. Share your expedition adventures and get inspired by using these hashtags #LCW2020, #LatinoConservationWeek, and #FindYourPark / #EncuentraTuParque. We can't wait to see you online!

Location:
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/GatesOfTheArcticNPS/,Coldfoot,AK,99709


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 26, 2020
Remote - Join anytime online!

Alaska
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 14, 2020 | District of Columbia

LCW Community Webinar #3: Upcoming Events

Join us for our last LCW community webinar of the year that will highlight a few of the LCW Signature Event coordinators this year. We'll share the event details for those events, as well as highlight other opportunities for you to be involved and engaged online for a virtual Latino Conservation Week 2020! Some of the groups we'll hear from include HAF's Ocean's Advisory Council, Latino Outdoors Colorado, and Friends of Organ Mountain Desert Peaks. Hope to see you there!

Register for the webinar here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5GI6ysKiThegeWDnxvoGwA

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5GI6ysKiThegeWDnxvoGwA,Online,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 14, 2020 - July 14, 2020
11:00 am MST/1:00 pm EST - 12:00 pm MST/2:00 pm MST

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LCW Community Webinar #3: Upcoming Events

Join us for our last LCW community webinar of the year that will highlight a few of the LCW Signature Event coordinators this year. We'll share the event details for those events, as well as highlight other opportunities for you to be involved and engaged online for a virtual Latino Conservation Week 2020! Some of the groups we'll hear from include HAF's Ocean's Advisory Council, Latino Outdoors Colorado, and Friends of Organ Mountain Desert Peaks. Hope to see you there!

Register for the webinar here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5GI6ysKiThegeWDnxvoGwA

Location:
Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5GI6ysKiThegeWDnxvoGwA,Online,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 14, 2020 - July 14, 2020
11:00 am MST/1:00 pm EST - 12:00 pm MST/2:00 pm MST

District of Columbia
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07/14/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | New Mexico

Latinx Conversation to Conservation

Being a minority student aspiring to work in a conservation related field is challenging due to lack of representation and exposure to diverse pathways that may lead to a rewarding career. Higher education institutions play an important role in breaching this gap for minority students. Join us on a panel with current and recently graduated students as they talk about their experience in internships and programs that helped expose them to diverse opportunities in conservation related work with different state and federal land management agencies.

Sponsor(s):

New Mexico Wild, Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks, Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project, and New Mexico Wildlife Federation, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Facebook Live/Zoom
Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project Facebook Live/Zoom,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
4:00PM MST - 5:00PM MST

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Latinx Conversation to Conservation

Being a minority student aspiring to work in a conservation related field is challenging due to lack of representation and exposure to diverse pathways that may lead to a rewarding career. Higher education institutions play an important role in breaching this gap for minority students. Join us on a panel with current and recently graduated students as they talk about their experience in internships and programs that helped expose them to diverse opportunities in conservation related work with different state and federal land management agencies.

Location:
Facebook Live/Zoom
Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project Facebook Live/Zoom,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
4:00PM MST - 5:00PM MST

New Mexico
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07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2020 | New Mexico

Lotería de Conservación Release Party!

Join us in our release party for our Conservation Loteria! You can join us by downloading and printing the loteria at home. Join us by watching along on the Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Instagram Live.

You can download the game boards and deck here: https://organmountainsdesertpeaks.org/

Sponsor(s):

Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks, New Mexico Wild, Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project, Bureau of Land Management, and New Mexico Wildlife Federation, Hispanic Access Foundation 

Location:
Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Instagram Live
Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Instagram Live ,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 20, 2020
4:00PM MST - 5:00PM MST

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Lotería de Conservación Release Party!

Join us in our release party for our Conservation Loteria! You can join us by downloading and printing the loteria at home. Join us by watching along on the Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Instagram Live.

You can download the game boards and deck here: https://organmountainsdesertpeaks.org/

Location:
Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Instagram Live
Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks Instagram Live ,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 20, 2020
4:00PM MST - 5:00PM MST

New Mexico
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07/20/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | California

Virtual Nature Walk - Paseo por naturaleza virtual

Disfruta este paseo tranquilo con nosotros. Iremos cerca de un arroyo local y hablaremos sobre las plantas y animales que viven allí. Acompáñanos por este programa de familia. Este evento será en inglés y español. Por favor inscríbase hoy: https://bit.ly/lcw-walk.

Enjoy this peaceful nature walk with us. Tune in as we walk around a local creek area and talk about the plants and animals that live there. Join us for this family program to celebrate Latino Conservation Week! This event will be in both Spanish and English. Please register here: https://bit.ly/lcw-walk.

Access the Facebook Live video through this link at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 25: www.facebook.com/openspaceauthority/videos

Sponsor(s):

Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority

Location:
Facebook Livestream
Virtual/Online,Virtual/Online,CA,Virtual/Online


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00 a.m. PST - 11:00 a.m. PST

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Virtual Nature Walk - Paseo por naturaleza virtual

Disfruta este paseo tranquilo con nosotros. Iremos cerca de un arroyo local y hablaremos sobre las plantas y animales que viven allí. Acompáñanos por este programa de familia. Este evento será en inglés y español. Por favor inscríbase hoy: https://bit.ly/lcw-walk.

Enjoy this peaceful nature walk with us. Tune in as we walk around a local creek area and talk about the plants and animals that live there. Join us for this family program to celebrate Latino Conservation Week! This event will be in both Spanish and English. Please register here: https://bit.ly/lcw-walk.

Access the Facebook Live video through this link at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 25: www.facebook.com/openspaceauthority/videos

Location:
Facebook Livestream
Virtual/Online,Virtual/Online,CA,Virtual/Online


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00 a.m. PST - 11:00 a.m. PST

California
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | California

Seeds of Hope

Title: Seeds of hope

Date / Time: July 25th 2020 at 11:00pm PST

Location will be 1087 W Mill st, San Bernardino Ca 92410

Hosted by Pastors Martin and Vero Martinez

We will be showing the movie the Lorax to our Young people and adults that talk about the environmental importance of seeds, followed by a discussion with young people and their parents.We will be giving each guest assorted packets of seeds that will be for their gardens as well as seeds that will grow to become herbs and vegetables that they can eat as well. By these actions, we hope to teach our people the importance of our lands that not only do they provide oxygen for our as well as purify earth but that we too live off the land that we eat off the land.

Sponsor(s):

Pastor Martin Martinez

Location:
BCF San Bernardino
1087 W Mill st, ,San Bernardino,CA,92410


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
11:00 pm PST - 12:30 pm PST

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Seeds of Hope

Title: Seeds of hope

Date / Time: July 25th 2020 at 11:00pm PST

Location will be 1087 W Mill st, San Bernardino Ca 92410

Hosted by Pastors Martin and Vero Martinez

We will be showing the movie the Lorax to our Young people and adults that talk about the environmental importance of seeds, followed by a discussion with young people and their parents.We will be giving each guest assorted packets of seeds that will be for their gardens as well as seeds that will grow to become herbs and vegetables that they can eat as well. By these actions, we hope to teach our people the importance of our lands that not only do they provide oxygen for our as well as purify earth but that we too live off the land that we eat off the land.

Location:
BCF San Bernardino
1087 W Mill st, ,San Bernardino,CA,92410


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
11:00 pm PST - 12:30 pm PST

California
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | California

Adopt the Block

Adopt the Block event hosted by Pastor Veronica Perez and Youth Pastor Vannesa Coreas

Date: July 24th at 5pm to 6pm PST

Adopt the block is all about cleaning up our streets and neighborhoods. It's about becoming good stewards of God's creation on earth. We will be going out this day just right around our streets with trash pickers sticks trash bags and our personal protective gear. And picking up and disposing properly of our garbage on the streets. This promotes good stewardship as well as exercising for all our young people and their parents. The task is to go and show love to their cities to their neighbors and doing what the bible talks about being the golden rule to do to others what you would have then done unto you.

Sponsor(s):

Pastor Veronica Perez

Location:
Guest own homes
1087 W Mill St,San Bernardino,CA,92410


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
5:00pm - 6:00pm

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Adopt the Block

Adopt the Block event hosted by Pastor Veronica Perez and Youth Pastor Vannesa Coreas

Date: July 24th at 5pm to 6pm PST

Adopt the block is all about cleaning up our streets and neighborhoods. It's about becoming good stewards of God's creation on earth. We will be going out this day just right around our streets with trash pickers sticks trash bags and our personal protective gear. And picking up and disposing properly of our garbage on the streets. This promotes good stewardship as well as exercising for all our young people and their parents. The task is to go and show love to their cities to their neighbors and doing what the bible talks about being the golden rule to do to others what you would have then done unto you.

Location:
Guest own homes
1087 W Mill St,San Bernardino,CA,92410


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
5:00pm - 6:00pm

California
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 26, 2020 | California

Climate Change Talk

As part of Latino Conservation Week 2020 — Fabiola Torres, a fellow HAF intern currently pursuing her Master of Science degree in Biology, will be talking about climate change and its effects on wildlife and humans. Dive into our planet and its resources with us in this inspiring talk that will also point out ways to look at the fight against this issue as a collective and individual effort.

Please register for the webinar here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lnfVrtLrRl-NHzwTw9C3MQ

You can also tune in through Facebook LIVE on the date and time of the event at: https://www.facebook.com/HispanicAccessFoundation/ 

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Webinar
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lnfVrtLrRl-NHzwTw9C3MQ,Los Angeles,CA,90064


Date & time:
July 26, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:30 PM (Eastern Time) / 9:30 AM (Pacific Time) - 1:30 PM (Eastern Time) / 10:30 AM (Pacific Time)

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Climate Change Talk

As part of Latino Conservation Week 2020 — Fabiola Torres, a fellow HAF intern currently pursuing her Master of Science degree in Biology, will be talking about climate change and its effects on wildlife and humans. Dive into our planet and its resources with us in this inspiring talk that will also point out ways to look at the fight against this issue as a collective and individual effort.

Please register for the webinar here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lnfVrtLrRl-NHzwTw9C3MQ

You can also tune in through Facebook LIVE on the date and time of the event at: https://www.facebook.com/HispanicAccessFoundation/ 

Location:
Webinar
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lnfVrtLrRl-NHzwTw9C3MQ,Los Angeles,CA,90064


Date & time:
July 26, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:30 PM (Eastern Time) / 9:30 AM (Pacific Time) - 1:30 PM (Eastern Time) / 10:30 AM (Pacific Time)

California
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07/26/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | Florida

Drawing Diveristy/Dibujando la Diversidad

On Monday, July 21st at 5:30 pm tune into @Latinoconservationweek on Instagram Live for a drawing class and conservation meeting with artist Eileen Chiang and HAF alumni Shley Suarez.

During this IG Live session, you will learn how to draw a manta ray! You won’t want to miss it. All you need is a blank piece of paper, a pencil, and an eraser.

El Martes a 21 de Julio a las 5:30 pm tune into @Latinoconservationweek en Instagram Live para una sesión de dibujo en vivo con la artista Eileen Chiang y HAF alumna Shley Suarez. En esta sesión de IG Live aprendaran a dibujar una manta ray. No lo querran perder. Solo necesitaran una hoja en blanco, lápiz y goma de borrar.

Sponsor(s):

HAF, Oceans Advisory Council

Location:
Instagram
Your House,Any,FL,00000


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
5:30 pm EST - 6:15 pm EST

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Drawing Diveristy/Dibujando la Diversidad

On Monday, July 21st at 5:30 pm tune into @Latinoconservationweek on Instagram Live for a drawing class and conservation meeting with artist Eileen Chiang and HAF alumni Shley Suarez.

During this IG Live session, you will learn how to draw a manta ray! You won’t want to miss it. All you need is a blank piece of paper, a pencil, and an eraser.

El Martes a 21 de Julio a las 5:30 pm tune into @Latinoconservationweek en Instagram Live para una sesión de dibujo en vivo con la artista Eileen Chiang y HAF alumna Shley Suarez. En esta sesión de IG Live aprendaran a dibujar una manta ray. No lo querran perder. Solo necesitaran una hoja en blanco, lápiz y goma de borrar.

Location:
Instagram
Your House,Any,FL,00000


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
5:30 pm EST - 6:15 pm EST

Florida
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07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | District of Columbia

LCW Photo Contest

We want to see your pictures for Latino Conservation Week 2020! 

Latino Outdoors and Hispanic Access Foundation are teaming up to announce a #LCW2020 Photo Contest beginning July 18, 2020, & ending July 26, 2020 at 11:59 PM PT. Submissions will be accepted starting July 18th.

Photos may be submitted under each of the following categories, which are drawn from subjects of special interest to Latino Outdoors’ participation in Latino Conservation Week 2020: RETHINK OUTSIDE, CONSERVATION CULTURA and LATINX EXPERIENCE.

REQUIREMENTS:

✔️ Follow @LatinoConservationWeek

✔️ Use the following hashtags #LatinoConservationWeek / #LCW2020/ #LCWPhotoContest

✔️ Practice social distancing and be safe (see #RecreateResponsibly guidelines)

✔️ Include a land acknowledgement. Put some effort into learning the history of the location you’re in. Google and the Native Lands app/website could be helpful for research.

✔️ Answer the question “What does conservation mean to you?” in the photo/post caption.

How to enter and more information: https://bit.ly/31V4rUk

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation, Defenders of Wildlife

Location:
Online
Online,Your backyard,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:00 am - 12:00 pm

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LCW Photo Contest

We want to see your pictures for Latino Conservation Week 2020! 

Latino Outdoors and Hispanic Access Foundation are teaming up to announce a #LCW2020 Photo Contest beginning July 18, 2020, & ending July 26, 2020 at 11:59 PM PT. Submissions will be accepted starting July 18th.

Photos may be submitted under each of the following categories, which are drawn from subjects of special interest to Latino Outdoors’ participation in Latino Conservation Week 2020: RETHINK OUTSIDE, CONSERVATION CULTURA and LATINX EXPERIENCE.

REQUIREMENTS:

✔️ Follow @LatinoConservationWeek

✔️ Use the following hashtags #LatinoConservationWeek / #LCW2020/ #LCWPhotoContest

✔️ Practice social distancing and be safe (see #RecreateResponsibly guidelines)

✔️ Include a land acknowledgement. Put some effort into learning the history of the location you’re in. Google and the Native Lands app/website could be helpful for research.

✔️ Answer the question “What does conservation mean to you?” in the photo/post caption.

How to enter and more information: https://bit.ly/31V4rUk

Location:
Online
Online,Your backyard,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:00 am - 12:00 pm

District of Columbia
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
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, with the added convenience of completing their race mileage right where they are!

Join Brookside Gardens, Latino Outdoors, and Latino Health Initiative in celebrating Latino Conservation Week (LCW) for our first VIRTUAL Healthy Parks Healthy People 5k Fun Run/Walk!

Virtual running works exactly the same as any other type of running but the difference is that the entered race can be run at any location, at any pace, inside on a treadmill or at Brookside Gardens! You'll have the opportunity to register for a date during the Latino Conservation Week which runs from July 18-26 and run at any time during that date.

When choosing a venue to run at try to protect against exposure to COVID-19, by practicing social distancing and everyday steps such as washing hands often, covering coughs and sneezes, and using a PPE. Lastly, we would love to hear about your race so share your photos with us to be entered into our LCW raffle giveaway!

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lcw-2020-virtual-5k-fun-runwalk-tickets-112817726858

Sponsor(s):

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

Location:
Brookside Gardens
1800 Glenallan Avenue,Wheaton,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
7am - 7pm

Full Event Details | Directions

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, with the added convenience of completing their race mileage right where they are!

Join Brookside Gardens, Latino Outdoors, and Latino Health Initiative in celebrating Latino Conservation Week (LCW) for our first VIRTUAL Healthy Parks Healthy People 5k Fun Run/Walk!

Virtual running works exactly the same as any other type of running but the difference is that the entered race can be run at any location, at any pace, inside on a treadmill or at Brookside Gardens! You'll have the opportunity to register for a date during the Latino Conservation Week which runs from July 18-26 and run at any time during that date.

When choosing a venue to run at try to protect against exposure to COVID-19, by practicing social distancing and everyday steps such as washing hands often, covering coughs and sneezes, and using a PPE. Lastly, we would love to hear about your race so share your photos with us to be entered into our LCW raffle giveaway!

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lcw-2020-virtual-5k-fun-runwalk-tickets-112817726858

Location:
Brookside Gardens
1800 Glenallan Avenue,Wheaton,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
7am - 7pm

Maryland
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | California

Latinas in Conservation: Ask us Anything

Are you looking for a job in conservation or with federal government land management agencies like the Fish and Wildlife Service or the National Park Service? Do you have questions about what the jobs are like? Or how to get started?

Meet park rangers Nancy and Julie, two Latinas who work for the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex in California. During this Facebook Live event you’ll have the opportunity to ask them questions about their jobs, working in the conservation field, and the San Diego NWRC. They’ll share their personal experiences navigating the field as Latinas. They’ll also include information on internships, applying for federal jobs, and other helpful tips.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/SanDiegoRefuges to join us for this event.

You can submit your questions ahead of time to julie_gonzalez@fws.gov or comment on our Facebook post!

The San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex incorporates some of the most ecologically diverse areas in Southern California. Ranging from the open water of the Pacific Ocean, tidal salt marshes, and estuary habitats, to the upland coastal sage scrub and chapparal covered mountains. Visitors can explore in a wide range of educational and recreational opportunities including hiking, biking, bird watching, and kayaking. It is within reach to over 3 million people who reside in the San Diego County, many of whom are Latinx. To learn more about the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge visit https://www.fws.gov/refuge/san_diego/

Sponsor(s):

San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Location:
San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge
1080 Gunpowder Point Dr,Chula Vista,CA,92103


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
12:30 PM PST - 1:00 PM PST

Full Event Details | Directions

Latinas in Conservation: Ask us Anything

Are you looking for a job in conservation or with federal government land management agencies like the Fish and Wildlife Service or the National Park Service? Do you have questions about what the jobs are like? Or how to get started?

Meet park rangers Nancy and Julie, two Latinas who work for the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex in California. During this Facebook Live event you’ll have the opportunity to ask them questions about their jobs, working in the conservation field, and the San Diego NWRC. They’ll share their personal experiences navigating the field as Latinas. They’ll also include information on internships, applying for federal jobs, and other helpful tips.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/SanDiegoRefuges to join us for this event.

You can submit your questions ahead of time to julie_gonzalez@fws.gov or comment on our Facebook post!

The San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex incorporates some of the most ecologically diverse areas in Southern California. Ranging from the open water of the Pacific Ocean, tidal salt marshes, and estuary habitats, to the upland coastal sage scrub and chapparal covered mountains. Visitors can explore in a wide range of educational and recreational opportunities including hiking, biking, bird watching, and kayaking. It is within reach to over 3 million people who reside in the San Diego County, many of whom are Latinx. To learn more about the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge visit https://www.fws.gov/refuge/san_diego/

Location:
San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge
1080 Gunpowder Point Dr,Chula Vista,CA,92103


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
12:30 PM PST - 1:00 PM PST

California
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | California

Virtual Bike Tour of the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge

For those looking to get out and explore on your own, but don’t know where to start?

Rangers from San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex have put together a short virtual bike tour of the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge located in Imperial Beach, California. Acompaña our rangers as they take a bike ride through the refuge. They’ll share information about things they encounter and provide helpful tips so that you can explore on your own! They will also provide a short guide with information on how to get to the refuge, what you might see, and family friendly activities you can do while exploring the refuge on your own. The guide will be available both in English and Spanish.

The video and guide will be shared on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SanDiegoRefuges and Instagram @SanDiegoRefuges.

Share pictures or videos of your outings with us by tagging San Diego National Wildlife Refuges and using the hashtag #LCW2020. For information on the Tijuana Slough NWR visit https://www.fws.gov/refuge/tijuana_slough/

Sponsor(s):

San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Location:
Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge
301 Caspian Way,Imperial Beach,CA,91932


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
11:00 AM PST - 11:30 AM PST

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Virtual Bike Tour of the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge

For those looking to get out and explore on your own, but don’t know where to start?

Rangers from San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Complex have put together a short virtual bike tour of the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge located in Imperial Beach, California. Acompaña our rangers as they take a bike ride through the refuge. They’ll share information about things they encounter and provide helpful tips so that you can explore on your own! They will also provide a short guide with information on how to get to the refuge, what you might see, and family friendly activities you can do while exploring the refuge on your own. The guide will be available both in English and Spanish.

The video and guide will be shared on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SanDiegoRefuges and Instagram @SanDiegoRefuges.

Share pictures or videos of your outings with us by tagging San Diego National Wildlife Refuges and using the hashtag #LCW2020. For information on the Tijuana Slough NWR visit https://www.fws.gov/refuge/tijuana_slough/

Location:
Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge
301 Caspian Way,Imperial Beach,CA,91932


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
11:00 AM PST - 11:30 AM PST

California
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 17, 2020 | District of Columbia

HLN Double Film Screening

To kick off LCW 2020, Hispanic Access Foundation's Hispanic Leadership Network will attend a film screening of Leche y Miel and Land, Water y Comunidad. The event will also include a group discussion, short sermon on conservation & stewardship, and some resource sharing from our HAF team.

The event is a private event for the HLN cohort, but please feel free to contact us if you are interested in participating in a film screening of one of our films or in being connected to the HLN cohort.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Online
Zoom ,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 17, 2020 - July 17, 2020
1:30 pm MST - 3:00 pm MST

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HLN Double Film Screening

To kick off LCW 2020, Hispanic Access Foundation's Hispanic Leadership Network will attend a film screening of Leche y Miel and Land, Water y Comunidad. The event will also include a group discussion, short sermon on conservation & stewardship, and some resource sharing from our HAF team.

The event is a private event for the HLN cohort, but please feel free to contact us if you are interested in participating in a film screening of one of our films or in being connected to the HLN cohort.

Location:
Online
Zoom ,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 17, 2020 - July 17, 2020
1:30 pm MST - 3:00 pm MST

District of Columbia
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07/17/2020

No
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | California

Latino Conservation Week: A Dialogue on Intersectional Environmentalism

What does systemic oppression have to do with climate issues?

Tune in as five leaders weigh in on intersectional environmentalism.This virtual panel conversation on intersectional environmentalism is in celebration of Latino Conservation Week. The panelists will be joined by moderator, and LO Founder, José González to discuss the intersection of social and environmental justice.

Details:

The conversation will take place via Zoom and broadcasted on Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter on July 24th from 5-6:20PM ET (2-3:20PM PT).

The hour long discussion will be followed by 20 minutes for questions from the audience.

Doors will open 15 minutes before the start time to provide participants time to settle in.

Register for the webinar here: https://latinooutdoors.org/eventbrite-event/latino-conservation-week-a-dialogue-on-intersectional-environmentalism/

Frequently Asked Questions:

What if the registration is full? There is no maximum capacity for the Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter streams. Please join us there.

Who should attend? Anyone who wants to learn more about what systemic oppression has to do with climate issues should attend this virtual event. Children are our future and highly encourage to attend.

 

Any questions about this event can be directed to Ruby Rodríguez at rubyjean@latinooutdoors.org.

Additional Resources on this Topic:

http://www.inclusiveconservation.org

https://www.intersectionalenvironmentalist.com/

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Online
Zoom ,Online,CA,95010


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
2:00 pm PST - 3:20 pm PST

Full Event Details | Directions

Latino Conservation Week: A Dialogue on Intersectional Environmentalism

What does systemic oppression have to do with climate issues?

Tune in as five leaders weigh in on intersectional environmentalism.This virtual panel conversation on intersectional environmentalism is in celebration of Latino Conservation Week. The panelists will be joined by moderator, and LO Founder, José González to discuss the intersection of social and environmental justice.

Details:

The conversation will take place via Zoom and broadcasted on Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter on July 24th from 5-6:20PM ET (2-3:20PM PT).

The hour long discussion will be followed by 20 minutes for questions from the audience.

Doors will open 15 minutes before the start time to provide participants time to settle in.

Register for the webinar here: https://latinooutdoors.org/eventbrite-event/latino-conservation-week-a-dialogue-on-intersectional-environmentalism/

Frequently Asked Questions:

What if the registration is full? There is no maximum capacity for the Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter streams. Please join us there.

Who should attend? Anyone who wants to learn more about what systemic oppression has to do with climate issues should attend this virtual event. Children are our future and highly encourage to attend.

 

Any questions about this event can be directed to Ruby Rodríguez at rubyjean@latinooutdoors.org.

Additional Resources on this Topic:

http://www.inclusiveconservation.org

https://www.intersectionalenvironmentalist.com/

Location:
Online
Zoom ,Online,CA,95010


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
2:00 pm PST - 3:20 pm PST

California
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | California

Latino Outdoors Virtual Wildflower Hike

Join us on Facebook live for a virtual wildflower hike of Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve in Los Gatos, CA. The event will start with introduction about Latino Outdoors and Midpeninsula Open Space Preserve, then streaming of the wildflower hike, and followed with a Question & Answer to end the event. Look for more details on Latino Outdoors main Facebook Page or Latino Outdoors SF Bay Area group page.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

Location:
Virtual event
N/A,N/A,CA,N/A


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

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Latino Outdoors Virtual Wildflower Hike

Join us on Facebook live for a virtual wildflower hike of Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve in Los Gatos, CA. The event will start with introduction about Latino Outdoors and Midpeninsula Open Space Preserve, then streaming of the wildflower hike, and followed with a Question & Answer to end the event. Look for more details on Latino Outdoors main Facebook Page or Latino Outdoors SF Bay Area group page.

Location:
Virtual event
N/A,N/A,CA,N/A


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

California
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07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Colorado

Rain Barrels 101 with Curbside Rain Barrel Pick-up

We are excited to be able to still host our rain barrel workshops this summer!

To increase safety, we are delivering the education via webinar and holding a rain barrel and conversion kit curbside pick-up on July 18th (the day before the webinar). The pick-up location will be in Fort Collins. You will receive additional information closer to the event.

Join us for this special rain barrel webinar for Latino Conservation Week! You will learn all about rainwater harvesting and how to install a rain barrel at your home. $60 Registration includes a rain barrel, conversion kit and everything you need to know to install the rain barrel at your house!

Are you interested in rainwater harvesting and do not need a barrel? Choose the Education Only ticket - Only $10 Maximum of 2 barrels per household

Register here: https://www.headwaterseducation.org/event-details/rain-barrels-101-webinar-july

 

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/995897437495775

Sponsor(s):

Headwaters Institute

Location:
Rain Barrels 101 Webinar
Rain Barrel pick-up location in Fort Collins,Fort Collins,CO,80524


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
1:30p.m. MST - 3:30p.m.MST

Full Event Details | Directions

Rain Barrels 101 with Curbside Rain Barrel Pick-up

We are excited to be able to still host our rain barrel workshops this summer!

To increase safety, we are delivering the education via webinar and holding a rain barrel and conversion kit curbside pick-up on July 18th (the day before the webinar). The pick-up location will be in Fort Collins. You will receive additional information closer to the event.

Join us for this special rain barrel webinar for Latino Conservation Week! You will learn all about rainwater harvesting and how to install a rain barrel at your home. $60 Registration includes a rain barrel, conversion kit and everything you need to know to install the rain barrel at your house!

Are you interested in rainwater harvesting and do not need a barrel? Choose the Education Only ticket - Only $10 Maximum of 2 barrels per household

Register here: https://www.headwaterseducation.org/event-details/rain-barrels-101-webinar-july

 

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/995897437495775

Location:
Rain Barrels 101 Webinar
Rain Barrel pick-up location in Fort Collins,Fort Collins,CO,80524


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
1:30p.m. MST - 3:30p.m.MST

Colorado
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | New Mexico

Wild/Wild Spaces Art Exhibit.

Gallery Art Show. Will be hosted virtually

Sponsor(s):

Diana Ingalls-Leybe Art Studio, New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, Defenders of Wildlife,

Location:
Leyba & Ingalls Art
315 N. Bullard,Silver City,NM,88061


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - August 16, 2020
2:00pm - 6:00pm

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Wild/Wild Spaces Art Exhibit.

Gallery Art Show. Will be hosted virtually

Location:
Leyba & Ingalls Art
315 N. Bullard,Silver City,NM,88061


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - August 16, 2020
2:00pm - 6:00pm

New Mexico
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | New Mexico

Continental Divide Trail Scavenger Hunt

This event will be a virtual/photo scavenger hunt along the Continental Divide Trail near Upper Little Walnut. The hike in is about 1.8 miles. There is a prize bag filled with goodies from our sponsors.

Sponsor(s):

Continental Divide Trail Coalition, New Mexico Wild, Defenders Of Wildlife

Location:
Upper Little Walnut
Upper Little Walnut Parking Area,Silver City,NM,88061


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
9am - 4pm

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Continental Divide Trail Scavenger Hunt

This event will be a virtual/photo scavenger hunt along the Continental Divide Trail near Upper Little Walnut. The hike in is about 1.8 miles. There is a prize bag filled with goodies from our sponsors.

Location:
Upper Little Walnut
Upper Little Walnut Parking Area,Silver City,NM,88061


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
9am - 4pm

New Mexico
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | New Mexico

Mogollon Box/Audubon Scavenger Hunt

This is a photo Scavenger Hunt Into Mogollon Box. Mogollon Box is a beautiful Riparian Corridor with birds such has Willow Flycatchers, Yellow Billed Cuckoos and Common Black Hawks. There is a great prize at the end.

Sponsor(s):

Southwest Audubon Society, Defenders of Wildlife, New Mexico Wild

Location:
Mogollon Box
Mogollon Day Use Area,Silver City,NM,88061


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9:00 am MST - 6:00pm MST

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Mogollon Box/Audubon Scavenger Hunt

This is a photo Scavenger Hunt Into Mogollon Box. Mogollon Box is a beautiful Riparian Corridor with birds such has Willow Flycatchers, Yellow Billed Cuckoos and Common Black Hawks. There is a great prize at the end.

Location:
Mogollon Box
Mogollon Day Use Area,Silver City,NM,88061


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9:00 am MST - 6:00pm MST

New Mexico
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | District of Columbia

Biking Basics

Do you have questions about how to ride a bike in the DC Metropolitan region? Or how biking can help reduce your carbon footprint?

Join the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and the Hispanic Access Foundation on the 23rd of July at 12:00 PM to learn more and celebrate Latino Conservation Week 2020. Our instructors will cover how to safely ride your bike during the coronavirus, ABC Quick Check, and more! At the end, we’ll answer any questions you may have about bicycling and where to ride.

Click the link to register and we’ll send you the meeting information as well as instructions on how to join us on Zoom. The webinar will be hosted in English with Spanish subtitles.

Register via zoom

¿Tienes preguntas o dudas de cómo empezar a andar de bici en Washington? ¿O cómo andar en bici puede reducir su impacto ecológico?

¡Participe de nuestro taller en línea con la Hispanic Access Foundation en el día 23 de julio a las 12:00 PM para conocer más y celebrar Latino Conservation Week! Nuestros instructores hablarán sobre como andar en bici con seguridad durante el coronavirus, cómo revisar tu bici antes de andar y mucho más. Además, tendremos tiempo para contestar tus preguntas y dudas sobre las bicis y donde andar.

Al registrarte, te enviaremos un enlace e instrucciones para unirte a la presentación en Zoom. Esta presentación gratuita será en inglés y será subtitulada en español.

Registrarse por Zoom

Sponsor(s):

Washington Area Bicyclist Association

Location:
Online, Washington DC
Zoom - https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEldeygrTsoE9w4-hRzZFZuh8C4VU5NQXJX,Washington, DC,DC,20009


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
12:00 PM EST - 1:00 PM EST

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Biking Basics

Do you have questions about how to ride a bike in the DC Metropolitan region? Or how biking can help reduce your carbon footprint?

Join the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and the Hispanic Access Foundation on the 23rd of July at 12:00 PM to learn more and celebrate Latino Conservation Week 2020. Our instructors will cover how to safely ride your bike during the coronavirus, ABC Quick Check, and more! At the end, we’ll answer any questions you may have about bicycling and where to ride.

Click the link to register and we’ll send you the meeting information as well as instructions on how to join us on Zoom. The webinar will be hosted in English with Spanish subtitles.

Register via zoom

¿Tienes preguntas o dudas de cómo empezar a andar de bici en Washington? ¿O cómo andar en bici puede reducir su impacto ecológico?

¡Participe de nuestro taller en línea con la Hispanic Access Foundation en el día 23 de julio a las 12:00 PM para conocer más y celebrar Latino Conservation Week! Nuestros instructores hablarán sobre como andar en bici con seguridad durante el coronavirus, cómo revisar tu bici antes de andar y mucho más. Además, tendremos tiempo para contestar tus preguntas y dudas sobre las bicis y donde andar.

Al registrarte, te enviaremos un enlace e instrucciones para unirte a la presentación en Zoom. Esta presentación gratuita será en inglés y será subtitulada en español.

Registrarse por Zoom

Location:
Online, Washington DC
Zoom - https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEldeygrTsoE9w4-hRzZFZuh8C4VU5NQXJX,Washington, DC,DC,20009


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
12:00 PM EST - 1:00 PM EST

District of Columbia
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07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | New Mexico

Intro to Discada

Food is deeply rooted in tradition, culture and identity. Food connects us to people and places, bringing friends and families together. Join us for, Intro to Discada. Partners from across the state of New Mexico will share with us some tips and tricks to getting started and creating a meal that reminds us of "back in the day" with our families.

Sponsor(s):

Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project, Where the Rivers Runs, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks

Location:
Facebook Live
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEucumspj4rGNJ_DjejuvAgl1kl_Os-VRT1,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
7:00PM - 8:00PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Intro to Discada

Food is deeply rooted in tradition, culture and identity. Food connects us to people and places, bringing friends and families together. Join us for, Intro to Discada. Partners from across the state of New Mexico will share with us some tips and tricks to getting started and creating a meal that reminds us of "back in the day" with our families.

Location:
Facebook Live
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEucumspj4rGNJ_DjejuvAgl1kl_Os-VRT1,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
7:00PM - 8:00PM

New Mexico
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2020 | Colorado

Elevate Conservation: Outdoors for All

Elevate Conservation, Outdoors for All will be a virtual panel discussion that brings together national conservation organizations, outdoor industry companies, and diverse community leaders and honors the intersection of outdoor recreation, conservation, and equity in the outdoors. As the event is happening during Latino Conservation Week, Hispanic Access Foundation's "I Am Cheo" video will be screened as a part of Elevate Conservation.

Sponsor(s):

Grand Canyon Trust, Conservation Communications, American Whitewater, Fat Tire. Event Partners: Patagonia, National Wildlife Federation, Conservation Legacy, Wallaroo Hat Company, GU, Alpacka Raft, Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project, Klean Kanteen. Supporters: Conservation Colorado, Colorado Outdoor Recreation Industry Office, Cottonwood Institute, The Trust for Public Land, CityWild, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, Access Fund, The Wilderness Society, The Nature Conservancy, Zeal Optics, Camber Outdoors, New Mexico Outdoor Equity Fund, National Parks Conservation Association.

Location:
Virtual
Virtual,Virtual,CO,Virtual


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 20, 2020
4pm (MT) - 6pm (MT)

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Elevate Conservation: Outdoors for All

Elevate Conservation, Outdoors for All will be a virtual panel discussion that brings together national conservation organizations, outdoor industry companies, and diverse community leaders and honors the intersection of outdoor recreation, conservation, and equity in the outdoors. As the event is happening during Latino Conservation Week, Hispanic Access Foundation's "I Am Cheo" video will be screened as a part of Elevate Conservation.

Location:
Virtual
Virtual,Virtual,CO,Virtual


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 20, 2020
4pm (MT) - 6pm (MT)

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Colorado

Addressing Anti-Blackness in Latindad

To register for this Zoom Webinar, click here.

As the nation faces the latest in what represents a foundational history of Black death and egregious violence by the police, sanctioned and perpetuated by the state, conversations are being held in our own communities. This work is specifically crucial for the Latinx community, one which, while grappling with its own painful and traumatic relationship with the effects of colonialism, witnessing and experiencing anti-Black racism is all too common. There is always room to grow, to learn, and there’s plenty of impactful work you can do, starting in your everyday life. Let’s dig in.

Speaker Bio: Thalía is an Afro-Indigena healer by lineage, educator, Earth worker, and defender of the People. Born and raised in Coloraztlan (Apache, Ute, Arapaho, Cheyenne territory), identity has been a journey of rediscovery, reclaiming, and decolonizing. As a person of mixed race, Thalía considers herself a bridge between her two communities (Black and Brown) and steps in to address, challenge, and heal lateral violence and conflict between these communities. A teacher and activist, Thalía is honored and humbled to share knowledge and hold space for others who are challenging colonial structures, perspectives, and systems. Thalía strongly believes that healing and education are equal parts to the liberation of our people and to the overall health/harmony of our planet, Pachamama. “It is an honor and privilege to be of service to mi gente and to bare witness to the journey of freeing ourselves of the chains of generational/ancestral oppression.”

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Zoom
Webinar,Denver,CO,80202


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
5:30pm MDT - 6:30pm MDT

Full Event Details | Directions

Addressing Anti-Blackness in Latindad

To register for this Zoom Webinar, click here.

As the nation faces the latest in what represents a foundational history of Black death and egregious violence by the police, sanctioned and perpetuated by the state, conversations are being held in our own communities. This work is specifically crucial for the Latinx community, one which, while grappling with its own painful and traumatic relationship with the effects of colonialism, witnessing and experiencing anti-Black racism is all too common. There is always room to grow, to learn, and there’s plenty of impactful work you can do, starting in your everyday life. Let’s dig in.

Speaker Bio: Thalía is an Afro-Indigena healer by lineage, educator, Earth worker, and defender of the People. Born and raised in Coloraztlan (Apache, Ute, Arapaho, Cheyenne territory), identity has been a journey of rediscovery, reclaiming, and decolonizing. As a person of mixed race, Thalía considers herself a bridge between her two communities (Black and Brown) and steps in to address, challenge, and heal lateral violence and conflict between these communities. A teacher and activist, Thalía is honored and humbled to share knowledge and hold space for others who are challenging colonial structures, perspectives, and systems. Thalía strongly believes that healing and education are equal parts to the liberation of our people and to the overall health/harmony of our planet, Pachamama. “It is an honor and privilege to be of service to mi gente and to bare witness to the journey of freeing ourselves of the chains of generational/ancestral oppression.”

Location:
Zoom
Webinar,Denver,CO,80202


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
5:30pm MDT - 6:30pm MDT

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | California

Nature Therapy / Terapia De La Naturaleza

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by participating in our Nature Therapy Event hosted by LHIP intern Cynthia Agustin!

Forest Bathing is a Japanese nature therapy artform that promotes mental health and wellbeing by unplugging from technology and connecting with nature and the outdoors. Forest bathing can be done in any greenspace that you have access to. It can be your backyard, a local park or garden, the beach, or even a grassy area. Once you are in the outdoors let your body do the rest, use all your senses to connect with the space you are in. There are many activities you can do in nature to unwind while forest bathing, some examples are: painting, drawing, reading, yoga, and meditation. Just remember to silence or power off your technology!

This event was created to be all day long for flexibility of participants, feel free to participate for as long (or as little) as you’d like!

Please upload any participation photos online (instagram or twitter) with #LHIPrelaxwithnature.

Celebre la Semana de la Conservación Latina participando en nuestro evento de terapia natural organizado por la pasante de LHIP Cynthia Agustin!

Forest Bathing es una forma de arte de terapia natural Japonesa que promueve la salud mental y el bienestar al desconectarse de la tecnología y conectarse con la naturaleza y el aire libre. El baño forestal se puede hacer en cualquier espacio verde al que tenga acceso. Puede ser su patio trasero, un parque o jardín local, la playa o incluso un área cubierta de hierba. Una vez que esté al aire libre, deje que su cuerpo haga el resto, use todos sus sentidos para conectarse con el espacio en el que se encuentra. Hay muchas actividades que puede hacer en la naturaleza para relajarse mientras se baña en el bosque, algunos ejemplos son: pintar, dibujar, leer , yoga y meditación. ¡Solo recuerda silenciar o apagar toda tecnología!

Este evento fue creado para que dure todo el día para la flexibilidad de los participantes, ¡siéntase libre de participar el tiempo que desee!

Cargue las fotos de participación en línea (instagram o twitter) con #LHIPrelaxwithnature.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Heritage Internship Program and Latino Conservation Week

Location:
Anywhere
Anywhere,Long Beach,CA,90804


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 25, 2020
Day long event - Day long event

Full Event Details | Directions

Nature Therapy / Terapia De La Naturaleza

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by participating in our Nature Therapy Event hosted by LHIP intern Cynthia Agustin!

Forest Bathing is a Japanese nature therapy artform that promotes mental health and wellbeing by unplugging from technology and connecting with nature and the outdoors. Forest bathing can be done in any greenspace that you have access to. It can be your backyard, a local park or garden, the beach, or even a grassy area. Once you are in the outdoors let your body do the rest, use all your senses to connect with the space you are in. There are many activities you can do in nature to unwind while forest bathing, some examples are: painting, drawing, reading, yoga, and meditation. Just remember to silence or power off your technology!

This event was created to be all day long for flexibility of participants, feel free to participate for as long (or as little) as you’d like!

Please upload any participation photos online (instagram or twitter) with #LHIPrelaxwithnature.

Celebre la Semana de la Conservación Latina participando en nuestro evento de terapia natural organizado por la pasante de LHIP Cynthia Agustin!

Forest Bathing es una forma de arte de terapia natural Japonesa que promueve la salud mental y el bienestar al desconectarse de la tecnología y conectarse con la naturaleza y el aire libre. El baño forestal se puede hacer en cualquier espacio verde al que tenga acceso. Puede ser su patio trasero, un parque o jardín local, la playa o incluso un área cubierta de hierba. Una vez que esté al aire libre, deje que su cuerpo haga el resto, use todos sus sentidos para conectarse con el espacio en el que se encuentra. Hay muchas actividades que puede hacer en la naturaleza para relajarse mientras se baña en el bosque, algunos ejemplos son: pintar, dibujar, leer , yoga y meditación. ¡Solo recuerda silenciar o apagar toda tecnología!

Este evento fue creado para que dure todo el día para la flexibilidad de los participantes, ¡siéntase libre de participar el tiempo que desee!

Cargue las fotos de participación en línea (instagram o twitter) con #LHIPrelaxwithnature.

Location:
Anywhere
Anywhere,Long Beach,CA,90804


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 25, 2020
Day long event - Day long event

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | District of Columbia

Cross-Country Voyage through Public Waters & National Marine Sanctuaries

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week and take a trip through time and across the country with Hispanic Access Foundation!

In every region of the US, on every coast, we find a piece of Latino history. Join Hispanic Access Foundation as they tell stories of shipwrecks, conflicts, and exploration from marine parks across the country to learn about our shared history, and what the parks mean to us today. You'll also learn about Latino Conservation Week and the fun events you can get involved in, and enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer from your home.

Register for the presentation here

Sponsor(s):

NOAA, HAF

Location:
Online
explorebytheseat.com,Online,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
4:00 pm EST - 5:00 pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

Cross-Country Voyage through Public Waters & National Marine Sanctuaries

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week and take a trip through time and across the country with Hispanic Access Foundation!

In every region of the US, on every coast, we find a piece of Latino history. Join Hispanic Access Foundation as they tell stories of shipwrecks, conflicts, and exploration from marine parks across the country to learn about our shared history, and what the parks mean to us today. You'll also learn about Latino Conservation Week and the fun events you can get involved in, and enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer from your home.

Register for the presentation here

Location:
Online
explorebytheseat.com,Online,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
4:00 pm EST - 5:00 pm EST

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | District of Columbia

Tony Silva Summer Love Concert Series

Join us for a special concert to celebrate National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week with guitar virtuoso and composer Tony Silva.

As a child, Tony Silva listened to his father's music from Chile (where his dad grew up). He was captivated by the rhythms and melodies from the Andes Mountains. He started playing guitar at age 11 and played American folk and rock. Then in 2010 he got hired to play guitar at La Casita Azteca, a Mexican restaurant in Easthampton, MA. He didn’t want to play American music at the restaurant, so he started to learn to play music from Mexico (where his wife Michelle Marroquín is from), and music from South America.
 
One day he was playing at the restaurant and Alvaro Olvera was listening. He asked Tony if he wanted to get together to play some Rumba Flamenca (the music of the Gipsy Kings). That was when Tony fell in love with Spanish music and devoted himself to learning to play Rumba. It is a very difficult technique that involves percussion on the guitar’s body while strumming. He also learned other techniques of Spanish guitar including Picado (picking leads very fast with alternating fingers), Rasgueo (the typical Spanish sound of fanning your fingers across the strings continually), Pulgar (picking with the thumb), arpeggio (fast picking up and down the strings with individual fingers), and other techniques that make up the sound of Spanish guitar. That was the last time Tony used a pick to play guitar.
 
Now Tony studies the connect of Spanish music as the source of all the music he learned from Latin America. The result is a wide range of styles that make for an evening of music that is never dull because there is so much variety. His music is very romantic, but also exciting and celebratory.
 
You can find the event here

Sponsor(s):

Corazon Latino, National Forest Week, Descubre el Bosque, Latino Conservation Week

Location:
Virtual Concert
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
9:00 PM ET - 11:00 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Tony Silva Summer Love Concert Series

Join us for a special concert to celebrate National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week with guitar virtuoso and composer Tony Silva.

As a child, Tony Silva listened to his father's music from Chile (where his dad grew up). He was captivated by the rhythms and melodies from the Andes Mountains. He started playing guitar at age 11 and played American folk and rock. Then in 2010 he got hired to play guitar at La Casita Azteca, a Mexican restaurant in Easthampton, MA. He didn’t want to play American music at the restaurant, so he started to learn to play music from Mexico (where his wife Michelle Marroquín is from), and music from South America.
 
One day he was playing at the restaurant and Alvaro Olvera was listening. He asked Tony if he wanted to get together to play some Rumba Flamenca (the music of the Gipsy Kings). That was when Tony fell in love with Spanish music and devoted himself to learning to play Rumba. It is a very difficult technique that involves percussion on the guitar’s body while strumming. He also learned other techniques of Spanish guitar including Picado (picking leads very fast with alternating fingers), Rasgueo (the typical Spanish sound of fanning your fingers across the strings continually), Pulgar (picking with the thumb), arpeggio (fast picking up and down the strings with individual fingers), and other techniques that make up the sound of Spanish guitar. That was the last time Tony used a pick to play guitar.
 
Now Tony studies the connect of Spanish music as the source of all the music he learned from Latin America. The result is a wide range of styles that make for an evening of music that is never dull because there is so much variety. His music is very romantic, but also exciting and celebratory.
 
You can find the event here
Location:
Virtual Concert
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
9:00 PM ET - 11:00 PM ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | District of Columbia

Festival Musical En Contacto Con Lo Natural

Para celebrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina y La Semana Nacional de los Bosques, nuestro amigo Ernesto Pérez “El Gallo” ha convocado a tres destacados músicos de Monterrey México que nos compartirán una tarde de bel canto, tango, y trova.
 
Participan:
Yuri Tejada, trovador
Luis Álvares, guitarrista
Óscar Martínez, barítono
 
Join us for an online festival featuring three of our favorite music styles/genres: Bel Canto, Tango, and Trova. To celebrate our connections with nature, our friend Ernesto Pérez “El Gallo” curated this special concert, which will feature three talented musicians/performers based in Monterrey, México. This event is part of Natural Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week.
 
Featuring:
Yuri Tejeda, singer and songwriter
Luis Álvarez Hidalgo, guitarist
Óscar Martínez, baritone
 
You can join the event here

Sponsor(s):

Corazon Latino, Meson Del Gallo, Latino Conservation Week, National Forest Week, Descubre el Bosque

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,2005


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
7:00 PM ET - 9:00 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Festival Musical En Contacto Con Lo Natural

Para celebrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina y La Semana Nacional de los Bosques, nuestro amigo Ernesto Pérez “El Gallo” ha convocado a tres destacados músicos de Monterrey México que nos compartirán una tarde de bel canto, tango, y trova.
 
Participan:
Yuri Tejada, trovador
Luis Álvares, guitarrista
Óscar Martínez, barítono
 
Join us for an online festival featuring three of our favorite music styles/genres: Bel Canto, Tango, and Trova. To celebrate our connections with nature, our friend Ernesto Pérez “El Gallo” curated this special concert, which will feature three talented musicians/performers based in Monterrey, México. This event is part of Natural Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week.
 
Featuring:
Yuri Tejeda, singer and songwriter
Luis Álvarez Hidalgo, guitarist
Óscar Martínez, baritone
 
You can join the event here
Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,2005


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
7:00 PM ET - 9:00 PM ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | District of Columbia

Ale Croatto

Our friend Ale Croatto joins us from Las Croabas (Fajardo), Puerto Rico, for a concert with a clear call to action: Make yourself count -- participate in the 2020 Census.

This performance is brought to you by Poder Latinx and Corazón Latino. The event also celebrates Latino Conservation Week and National Forest Week. Our celebration of National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week concludes with a bang! This special concert from the magnificent Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona will celebrate Latino culture, conservation, and our public lands. Join us for mariachis, dance, and lots of fun from the desert.

Sponsor(s):

Corazon Latino, Ale Croatto, Latino Conservation Week, Poder Latinx

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,2005


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
9:00 PM ET - 11 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Ale Croatto

Our friend Ale Croatto joins us from Las Croabas (Fajardo), Puerto Rico, for a concert with a clear call to action: Make yourself count -- participate in the 2020 Census.

This performance is brought to you by Poder Latinx and Corazón Latino. The event also celebrates Latino Conservation Week and National Forest Week. Our celebration of National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week concludes with a bang! This special concert from the magnificent Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona will celebrate Latino culture, conservation, and our public lands. Join us for mariachis, dance, and lots of fun from the desert.

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,2005


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
9:00 PM ET - 11 PM ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 15, 2020 | District of Columbia

Danzatone Outdoors with Jenny Osoria

Join Danzatone instructor and outdoor enthusiast Jenny Osoria in two special classes to celebrate nature, conservation, and human health. These classes are part of our celebration of National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week.

Sponsor(s):

Jenny Fitness, Corazon Latino, Descubre el Bosque, National Forest Week, Latino Conservation Week

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,2005


Date & time:
July 15, 2020 - July 22, 2020
2:22 PM ET - Until Completion

Full Event Details | Directions

Danzatone Outdoors with Jenny Osoria

Join Danzatone instructor and outdoor enthusiast Jenny Osoria in two special classes to celebrate nature, conservation, and human health. These classes are part of our celebration of National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week.

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,2005


Date & time:
July 15, 2020 - July 22, 2020
2:22 PM ET - Until Completion

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/15/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | California

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge

We are hosting a digital LCW event featuring the Salinas River NWR and the surrounding Latinx community through social media and an article. 

We'll be recording a short 5-minute video celebrating Latino Conservation Week (LCW) at the Salinas NWR in Castroville. The video will feature Latinx FWS staff talking about the importance of LCW and diversity in the outdoors and nature. This video will be featured on our regional social media as well as the newsletter and website. The video will promote the visit to the refuge.

Article and video will be posted on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service social media outputs.

Sponsor(s):

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Location:
Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge
Del Monte Blvd, Salinas, CA 93908 - 11 miles north of Monterey, California & 3 miles south of Castroville, California,Monterey,CA,93908


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
N/A - Virtual - N/A - Virtual

Full Event Details | Directions

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge

We are hosting a digital LCW event featuring the Salinas River NWR and the surrounding Latinx community through social media and an article. 

We'll be recording a short 5-minute video celebrating Latino Conservation Week (LCW) at the Salinas NWR in Castroville. The video will feature Latinx FWS staff talking about the importance of LCW and diversity in the outdoors and nature. This video will be featured on our regional social media as well as the newsletter and website. The video will promote the visit to the refuge.

Article and video will be posted on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service social media outputs.

Location:
Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge
Del Monte Blvd, Salinas, CA 93908 - 11 miles north of Monterey, California & 3 miles south of Castroville, California,Monterey,CA,93908


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
N/A - Virtual - N/A - Virtual

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Texas

Atardecer en Lost Dog

Frontera will be recording, on video, the Lost Dog trail during the sunset. To see it live bring your family out for an isolated walk, explore the trail, and enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Frontera estará grabando un video de senderismo en Lost Dog al atardecer. Trae a tu familia para una caminata aislada, exploren el camino, y disfruten el atardecer.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Lost Dog Trail Head
6936 Cactus Thrush Drive, El Paso, TX 79911, United States,El Paso,TX,79911


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Atardecer en Lost Dog

Frontera will be recording, on video, the Lost Dog trail during the sunset. To see it live bring your family out for an isolated walk, explore the trail, and enjoy the beautiful sunset.

Frontera estará grabando un video de senderismo en Lost Dog al atardecer. Trae a tu familia para una caminata aislada, exploren el camino, y disfruten el atardecer.

Location:
Lost Dog Trail Head
6936 Cactus Thrush Drive, El Paso, TX 79911, United States,El Paso,TX,79911


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | Texas

Presentacion del Desierto Chihuahuense

Join our coordinators Maryflor and Nuria, for a Spanish presentation to learn about the many species you can find in the Chihuahuan Desert!

Acompaña a nuestras coordinadoras Maryflor y Nuria a una presentación en Español sobre algunas de las especies que puedes encontrar en el Desierto Chihuahuense! Email our coordinator Maryflor to get access for the Zoom presentation!

Sponsor(s):

The Frontera Land Alliance

Location:
Zoom!
Email our coordinator Maryflor to get access for the Zoom presentation,El Paso,TX,79912


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Presentacion del Desierto Chihuahuense

Join our coordinators Maryflor and Nuria, for a Spanish presentation to learn about the many species you can find in the Chihuahuan Desert!

Acompaña a nuestras coordinadoras Maryflor y Nuria a una presentación en Español sobre algunas de las especies que puedes encontrar en el Desierto Chihuahuense! Email our coordinator Maryflor to get access for the Zoom presentation!

Location:
Zoom!
Email our coordinator Maryflor to get access for the Zoom presentation,El Paso,TX,79912


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | Texas

Viernes de Flores - Flower Friday

Watch our Flower Friday video on Facebook and Instagram Live! In honor of Latino Conservation week, our Program Manager Maryflor Garcia will be presenting in Spanish.

Mira nuestro video de Flower Friday en Facebook e Instagram en vivo! En honor a la Semana de Latinos y Conservación, nuestra Líder de Programa Maryflor García estará transmitiendo en Español.

Sponsor(s):

The Frontera Land Alliance

Location:
Facebook and Instagram
FB: frontera land alliance Instagram: ep_fronteralandalliance,El Paso,TX,79902


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Viernes de Flores - Flower Friday

Watch our Flower Friday video on Facebook and Instagram Live! In honor of Latino Conservation week, our Program Manager Maryflor Garcia will be presenting in Spanish.

Mira nuestro video de Flower Friday en Facebook e Instagram en vivo! En honor a la Semana de Latinos y Conservación, nuestra Líder de Programa Maryflor García estará transmitiendo en Español.

Location:
Facebook and Instagram
FB: frontera land alliance Instagram: ep_fronteralandalliance,El Paso,TX,79902


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | Colorado

Conexión: The Conservation Heritage of Latinx and Hispanic Peoples in the Southwest.

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with an educational webinar to learn how to get more connected to our conservation heritage.

Join us to hear from Latinx and Hispanic leaders who will explore: National Park Service, Hunting and Food Security, Advocacy and Environmental Legislation, Climate Justice Activism

Discover the many ways you and your family can get involved and continue the Latinx and Hispanic conservation legacy. We will follow up the presentations with a Q&A discussion with our speakers.

Presented by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, HECHO, Latino Outdoors Colorado, National Parks Conservation Association, and Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.

In collaboration with Hispanic Access Foundation and Latino Conservation Week.

Interpretation services in Spanish will be available.

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Célebre Latino Conservation Week con un seminario educativo para aprender cómo conectarse más con nuestra herencia de conservación.

Únase para escuchar a líderes latinx e hispanos que explorarán: Servicio de parques nacionales, Cacería y la seguridad alimentaria, Abogacía y Legislación Ambiental, Activismo de justicia climática

Descubra las muchas formas en que usted y su familia pueden involucrarse y continuar el legado de conservación latinx e hispano. Seguiremos las presentaciones con una discusión de preguntas y respuestas con nuestros presentadores.

Presentado por Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, HECHO, Latino Outdoors Colorado, National Parks Conservation Association, y Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. En colaboración con Hispanic Access Foundation y Latino Conservation Week.

Habrá servicios de interpretación en español.

Sponsor(s):

Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, HECHO, Latino Outdoors Colorado, National Parks Conservation Association, and Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

Location:
Online Webinar
https://cpw-state-co.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vaxzzpzORoGs8twjTQBgwg,Denver,CO,80231


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
7:00 PM MT - 8:00 PM MT

Full Event Details | Directions

Conexión: The Conservation Heritage of Latinx and Hispanic Peoples in the Southwest.

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with an educational webinar to learn how to get more connected to our conservation heritage.

Join us to hear from Latinx and Hispanic leaders who will explore: National Park Service, Hunting and Food Security, Advocacy and Environmental Legislation, Climate Justice Activism

Discover the many ways you and your family can get involved and continue the Latinx and Hispanic conservation legacy. We will follow up the presentations with a Q&A discussion with our speakers.

Presented by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, HECHO, Latino Outdoors Colorado, National Parks Conservation Association, and Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.

In collaboration with Hispanic Access Foundation and Latino Conservation Week.

Interpretation services in Spanish will be available.

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Célebre Latino Conservation Week con un seminario educativo para aprender cómo conectarse más con nuestra herencia de conservación.

Únase para escuchar a líderes latinx e hispanos que explorarán: Servicio de parques nacionales, Cacería y la seguridad alimentaria, Abogacía y Legislación Ambiental, Activismo de justicia climática

Descubra las muchas formas en que usted y su familia pueden involucrarse y continuar el legado de conservación latinx e hispano. Seguiremos las presentaciones con una discusión de preguntas y respuestas con nuestros presentadores.

Presentado por Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Continental Divide Trail Coalition, HECHO, Latino Outdoors Colorado, National Parks Conservation Association, y Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. En colaboración con Hispanic Access Foundation y Latino Conservation Week.

Habrá servicios de interpretación en español.

Location:
Online Webinar
https://cpw-state-co.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vaxzzpzORoGs8twjTQBgwg,Denver,CO,80231


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
7:00 PM MT - 8:00 PM MT

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 26, 2020 | Texas

Latinos Outdoors

Visit one of Frontera's favorite areas! Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, Thunder Canyon, Keystone Heritage Park, and Knapp Land.Visita una de las áreas favoritas de Frontera! Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, Thunder Canyon, Keystone Heritage Park y Knapp Land.

Sponsor(s):

The Frontera Land Alliance

Location:
Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, Thunder Canyon, Keystone Heritage Park, and Knapp Land
Google will show the address when you select a park ,El Paso,TX,79902


Date & time:
July 26, 2020 - July 26, 2020
All Day - All Day

Full Event Details | Directions

Latinos Outdoors

Visit one of Frontera's favorite areas! Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, Thunder Canyon, Keystone Heritage Park, and Knapp Land.Visita una de las áreas favoritas de Frontera! Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, Thunder Canyon, Keystone Heritage Park y Knapp Land.

Location:
Wakeem/Teschner Nature Preserve, Thunder Canyon, Keystone Heritage Park, and Knapp Land
Google will show the address when you select a park ,El Paso,TX,79902


Date & time:
July 26, 2020 - July 26, 2020
All Day - All Day

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/26/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Texas

Familias in Nature

¿Cómo se conecta tu familia al medio ambiente? Post a picture or story of how your family connects to nature.

Comparte una foto o historia de cómo tu familia se conecta con la naturaleza!Use the hashtag #familiasinnature

Sponsor(s):

The Frontera Land Alliance

Location:
Outdoors!
FB: frontera land alliance Instagram: ep_fronteralandalliance,El Paso,TX,79902


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
All Week - All Week

Full Event Details | Directions

Familias in Nature

¿Cómo se conecta tu familia al medio ambiente? Post a picture or story of how your family connects to nature.

Comparte una foto o historia de cómo tu familia se conecta con la naturaleza!Use the hashtag #familiasinnature

Location:
Outdoors!
FB: frontera land alliance Instagram: ep_fronteralandalliance,El Paso,TX,79902


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
All Week - All Week

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | California

Caminemos (Let's Hike) Wright Canyon!

Join Save Mount Diablo in celebrating Latino Conservation Week (July 18th-26th)!

Beat the summer heat and join us on a relaxing, evening hike on our Wright Canyon property. We'll head up the hill for some breathtaking views and a spectacular sunset. Enjoy the cooler temperatures as we discover Wright Canyon in a whole new way. This hike is appropriate for families and kids ages 7 and up. This hike will be led in both Spanish and English. Anyone is welcome to attend.

Social distancing and pandemic safety guidelines will be followed. 

Sign up is through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/caminemos-lets-hike-wright-canyon-tickets-113400895130

Sponsor(s):

Save Mount Diablo & Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Wright Canyon
Address Provided With Registration,Clayton,CA,94517


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
7PM - 9PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Caminemos (Let's Hike) Wright Canyon!

Join Save Mount Diablo in celebrating Latino Conservation Week (July 18th-26th)!

Beat the summer heat and join us on a relaxing, evening hike on our Wright Canyon property. We'll head up the hill for some breathtaking views and a spectacular sunset. Enjoy the cooler temperatures as we discover Wright Canyon in a whole new way. This hike is appropriate for families and kids ages 7 and up. This hike will be led in both Spanish and English. Anyone is welcome to attend.

Social distancing and pandemic safety guidelines will be followed. 

Sign up is through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/caminemos-lets-hike-wright-canyon-tickets-113400895130

Location:
Wright Canyon
Address Provided With Registration,Clayton,CA,94517


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
7PM - 9PM

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | Texas

La Naturaleza de las Missiones: San Juan

A three part mini video series of what conservation and sustainability looks like at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Join us throughout Latino Conservation Week to learn more about Missions San Jose, San Juan, and Espada. All videos will be available through the San Antonio Missions Facebook and Instagram page.

Sponsor(s):

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Latino Heritage Internship Program, and Hispanic Access Foundation.

Location:
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Facebook page and Instagram.
https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioMissionsNPS/,San Antonio ,TX,n/a


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
10:00 AM (CDT) - 11:00 AM (CDT)

Full Event Details | Directions

La Naturaleza de las Missiones: San Juan

A three part mini video series of what conservation and sustainability looks like at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Join us throughout Latino Conservation Week to learn more about Missions San Jose, San Juan, and Espada. All videos will be available through the San Antonio Missions Facebook and Instagram page.

Location:
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Facebook page and Instagram.
https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioMissionsNPS/,San Antonio ,TX,n/a


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
10:00 AM (CDT) - 11:00 AM (CDT)

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Texas

La Naturaleza de las Missiones: San Jose

A three part mini video series of what conservation and sustainability looks like at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Join us throughout Latino Conservation Week to learn more about Missions San Jose, San Juan, and Espada.

Sponsor(s):

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Latino Heritage Internship Program, and Hispanic Access Foundation.

Location:
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Facebook page and Instagram.
https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioMissionsNPS/,San Antonio,TX,n/a


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
10:00 AM (CDT) - 11:00 AM (CDT)

Full Event Details | Directions

La Naturaleza de las Missiones: San Jose

A three part mini video series of what conservation and sustainability looks like at the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Join us throughout Latino Conservation Week to learn more about Missions San Jose, San Juan, and Espada.

Location:
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Facebook page and Instagram.
https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioMissionsNPS/,San Antonio,TX,n/a


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 18, 2020
10:00 AM (CDT) - 11:00 AM (CDT)

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | District of Columbia

Nature: Where Faith Science, and Health and Wellness Collide

Join us for a conversation to explore the several facets that pull us, as Latinos, toward nature.

From the faith perspective, we will hear about the call from Pope Francis for the faithful to Care for our Common Home. From the science perspective, we will hear about the interconnectedness of ecosystem and the balance that keeps everything in check.

Lastly, from the health & wellness point of view, how the simple act of being in nature has a positive physical and mental effect on us.

Sponsor(s):

Corazon Latino, Descubre el Bosque, National Forest Week, Latino Conservation Week, Conservation Conexions

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
3:00 PM ET - 4:00 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Nature: Where Faith Science, and Health and Wellness Collide

Join us for a conversation to explore the several facets that pull us, as Latinos, toward nature.

From the faith perspective, we will hear about the call from Pope Francis for the faithful to Care for our Common Home. From the science perspective, we will hear about the interconnectedness of ecosystem and the balance that keeps everything in check.

Lastly, from the health & wellness point of view, how the simple act of being in nature has a positive physical and mental effect on us.

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
3:00 PM ET - 4:00 PM ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | District of Columbia

Belonging: A Quest for Greater Inclusivity and Community Outdoors

Join environmental advocate Alejandra Santaolalla, founder of Color with Luna, and Betsy López-Wagner, Principal and Chief Strategist at López-Wagner Strategies, for a special Latino Conservation Week conversation.

The duo will share reflections on their own work to create inclusive experiences and environments of belonging, using language that is more equitable and just, and some takeaways from a recent training they designed and ran for docents, program guides engaging with park visitors and guests in one of California's regional park systems. Together they'll discuss equitable communications, what fuels their climate activism and why it's more important than ever to establish community in the great outdoors and in the environmental movement.

Sponsor(s):

Color With Luna, Corazon Latino, Descubre el Bosque, National Forest Week, Latino Conservation Week, Lopez-Wagner Strategies

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
4:00 PM ET - 5:00 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Belonging: A Quest for Greater Inclusivity and Community Outdoors

Join environmental advocate Alejandra Santaolalla, founder of Color with Luna, and Betsy López-Wagner, Principal and Chief Strategist at López-Wagner Strategies, for a special Latino Conservation Week conversation.

The duo will share reflections on their own work to create inclusive experiences and environments of belonging, using language that is more equitable and just, and some takeaways from a recent training they designed and ran for docents, program guides engaging with park visitors and guests in one of California's regional park systems. Together they'll discuss equitable communications, what fuels their climate activism and why it's more important than ever to establish community in the great outdoors and in the environmental movement.

Location:
Virtual
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
4:00 PM ET - 5:00 PM ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | District of Columbia

Corazon Latino Summer Love Concert Series: Serenata Desde Tucson

Our celebration of National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week concludes with a bang! This special concert from the magnificent Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona will celebrate Latino culture, conservation, and our public lands. Join us for mariachis, dance, and lots of fun from the desert!

Sponsor(s):

Descubre el Bosque, Corazon Latino, Latino Conservation Week, National Forest Week, National Park Service

Location:
Virtual Concert
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9:00 PM ET - 11:00 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Corazon Latino Summer Love Concert Series: Serenata Desde Tucson

Our celebration of National Forest Week and Latino Conservation Week concludes with a bang! This special concert from the magnificent Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona will celebrate Latino culture, conservation, and our public lands. Join us for mariachis, dance, and lots of fun from the desert!

Location:
Virtual Concert
https://www.facebook.com/CoraLatin,Washington DC,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9:00 PM ET - 11:00 PM ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | New York

Latino Outdoors NYC | Virtual Clean Up

We may have to social distance but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy the outdoors or take part in a local clean up! 

Latino Outdoors NYC will host its first NYC-wide virtual clean up on Sunday, July 18th as part of Latino Conservation Week. Join us from the safety and comfort of your neighborhood to show how you care for the natural spaces around you! You'll even have a chance to win a branded Hydroflask!

Everyone is welcome to participate, but we do ask that you adhere by your local city/state COVID-19 guidelines to ensure your safety and that of those who may be around you. Additionally, to participate, be sure to:

  1. Review the Recreate Responsibly guidelines Latino Outdoors has put together (see attached)
  2. Register online at https://bit.ly/30ed4Xx
  3. Pick your favorite natural space to clean (park, beach, garden, your block, etc)
  4. Grab a trash bag (or two), disposable gloves, and head out!
  5. Tag @latinooutdoors_nyc and #LONYCVirtualCleanup on Instagram to enter our Hydroflask raffle!

"See you" Sunday! 

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors

Location:
NYC!
n/a,New York,NY,11226


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
9am EST - 10pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

Latino Outdoors NYC | Virtual Clean Up

We may have to social distance but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy the outdoors or take part in a local clean up! 

Latino Outdoors NYC will host its first NYC-wide virtual clean up on Sunday, July 18th as part of Latino Conservation Week. Join us from the safety and comfort of your neighborhood to show how you care for the natural spaces around you! You'll even have a chance to win a branded Hydroflask!

Everyone is welcome to participate, but we do ask that you adhere by your local city/state COVID-19 guidelines to ensure your safety and that of those who may be around you. Additionally, to participate, be sure to:

  1. Review the Recreate Responsibly guidelines Latino Outdoors has put together (see attached)
  2. Register online at https://bit.ly/30ed4Xx
  3. Pick your favorite natural space to clean (park, beach, garden, your block, etc)
  4. Grab a trash bag (or two), disposable gloves, and head out!
  5. Tag @latinooutdoors_nyc and #LONYCVirtualCleanup on Instagram to enter our Hydroflask raffle!

"See you" Sunday! 

Location:
NYC!
n/a,New York,NY,11226


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
9am EST - 10pm EST

New York
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 26, 2020 | Colorado

East Bear Creek Mix Hike

Join Sheep Mountain Alliance for a hike on one of Telluride's most adventurous trails--East Bear Creek!Meet at the big white tent on the west side of Town Park anytime between 1pm-4pm on Sunday, July 26th.

Sheep Mountain will have maps, trail info, snacks, a scavenger hunt, and gear prizes. Due to COVID-19, the hike will be self-guided.Please wear a mask, stay home if you feel sick, and socially distance. All materials during hike will be in English and Spanish.

Sponsor(s):

Sheep Mountain Alliance

Location:
Bear Creek
Telluride Town Park ,Telluride,CO,81435


Date & time:
July 26, 2020 - July 26, 2020
1:00pm - 4:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

East Bear Creek Mix Hike

Join Sheep Mountain Alliance for a hike on one of Telluride's most adventurous trails--East Bear Creek!Meet at the big white tent on the west side of Town Park anytime between 1pm-4pm on Sunday, July 26th.

Sheep Mountain will have maps, trail info, snacks, a scavenger hunt, and gear prizes. Due to COVID-19, the hike will be self-guided.Please wear a mask, stay home if you feel sick, and socially distance. All materials during hike will be in English and Spanish.

Location:
Bear Creek
Telluride Town Park ,Telluride,CO,81435


Date & time:
July 26, 2020 - July 26, 2020
1:00pm - 4:00pm

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/26/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 17, 2020 | Oregon

Conservation Conversations

Join us for a panel discussion led by Latinx conservationists through the Forest Service. Learn all about their work and experiences in the conservation community and stay tuned for the Q&A portion. Our panelists include talented biologists, ecologists, and more!

Sponsor(s):

US Forest Service

Location:
Facebook Live
https://www.facebook.com/events/1325552900982068/,Portland,OR,97211


Date & time:
July 17, 2020 - July 17, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Conservation Conversations

Join us for a panel discussion led by Latinx conservationists through the Forest Service. Learn all about their work and experiences in the conservation community and stay tuned for the Q&A portion. Our panelists include talented biologists, ecologists, and more!

Location:
Facebook Live
https://www.facebook.com/events/1325552900982068/,Portland,OR,97211


Date & time:
July 17, 2020 - July 17, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Oregon
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07/17/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | California

Empowering the Shuar - Guardians of the Amazon

Join Nature and Culture for a virtual journey to the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest, home to the indigenous Shuar. The Shuar people represent one of the most prominent ethnic group in the Amazonian Region. Preserving an abundant and rich cultural legacy, the community’s religion and beliefs system is based on respect for the nature and for their ancestral lands.

Nature and Culture conservationist Trotsky Riera will share more about the Shuar's rich culture, fascinating traditions, and unmatched dedication to protecting their forest home.

ABOUT THE SHUAR- In Ecuador, Nature and Culture works with the indigenous Shuar to protect their ancestral homeland and create sustainable development projects so they can thrive culturally and economically. The Shuar culture is characterized by strong traditions and a unique vision of the universe, manifested through their language, food, myths, music, and dance. 

ABOUT OUR GUIDE- Raised in Zamora Province, Ecuador, Trotsky Riera Vite is one of Nature and Culture's local conservationists working to protect the forest he loves. Trotsky is an environmental engineer and specialist in habitat restoration and community engagement. He spent a year living and working with an indigenous Shuar community in Ecuador, and is currently developing a Shuar dictionary of flora and fauna.

Trotsky brings Nature and Culture's unique conservation model to life in Zamora, working in partnership with indigenous people, local communities, and the regional government. Since joining Nature and Culture in 2007, he has contributed to the expansion of Ecuador's National System of Proteted Areas; worked with the Shuar in the legalization, recognition, and protection of their ancestral territories; and supported the creation and management of the Maycú and Numbala Reserves in Zamora Chinchipe.

Sponsor(s):

Nature and Culture International

Location:
Virtual Event - Zoom Webinar
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/empowering-the-shuar-guardians-of-the-amazon-tickets-113513832930,Del Mar,CA,92014


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
5:00 PM Pacific - 6:00 PM Pacific

Full Event Details | Directions

Empowering the Shuar - Guardians of the Amazon

Join Nature and Culture for a virtual journey to the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest, home to the indigenous Shuar. The Shuar people represent one of the most prominent ethnic group in the Amazonian Region. Preserving an abundant and rich cultural legacy, the community’s religion and beliefs system is based on respect for the nature and for their ancestral lands.

Nature and Culture conservationist Trotsky Riera will share more about the Shuar's rich culture, fascinating traditions, and unmatched dedication to protecting their forest home.

ABOUT THE SHUAR- In Ecuador, Nature and Culture works with the indigenous Shuar to protect their ancestral homeland and create sustainable development projects so they can thrive culturally and economically. The Shuar culture is characterized by strong traditions and a unique vision of the universe, manifested through their language, food, myths, music, and dance. 

ABOUT OUR GUIDE- Raised in Zamora Province, Ecuador, Trotsky Riera Vite is one of Nature and Culture's local conservationists working to protect the forest he loves. Trotsky is an environmental engineer and specialist in habitat restoration and community engagement. He spent a year living and working with an indigenous Shuar community in Ecuador, and is currently developing a Shuar dictionary of flora and fauna.

Trotsky brings Nature and Culture's unique conservation model to life in Zamora, working in partnership with indigenous people, local communities, and the regional government. Since joining Nature and Culture in 2007, he has contributed to the expansion of Ecuador's National System of Proteted Areas; worked with the Shuar in the legalization, recognition, and protection of their ancestral territories; and supported the creation and management of the Maycú and Numbala Reserves in Zamora Chinchipe.

Location:
Virtual Event - Zoom Webinar
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/empowering-the-shuar-guardians-of-the-amazon-tickets-113513832930,Del Mar,CA,92014


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
5:00 PM Pacific - 6:00 PM Pacific

California
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07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2020 | California

Latino Conservation Week Film Extravaganza

Los Angeles Audubon Society is playing a film extravaganza beginning July 20-25th. Every morning at 9am on our Instagram page, we'll be uploading short films about birding, nature walks, what its like being a BIPOC in the outdoor field and how to plant native plants!

Sponsor(s):

Los Angeles Audubon Society

Location:
Instagram: la_audubon
https://instagram.com/la_audubon?igshid=u8fgej9lrrd4,Los Angeles ,CA,90018


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9am - 9:05am

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Latino Conservation Week Film Extravaganza

Los Angeles Audubon Society is playing a film extravaganza beginning July 20-25th. Every morning at 9am on our Instagram page, we'll be uploading short films about birding, nature walks, what its like being a BIPOC in the outdoor field and how to plant native plants!

Location:
Instagram: la_audubon
https://instagram.com/la_audubon?igshid=u8fgej9lrrd4,Los Angeles ,CA,90018


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9am - 9:05am

California
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07/20/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | Washington

LO Seattle | Latinidad at NPS - Latino Conservation Week with HAF

Join us for Latino Conservation Week as the Hispanic Access Foundation, Latino Outdoors, and the National Park Service come together to discuss careers at NPS, conservation, Latinidad and so much more.

The panel will be moderated by LO Seattle Outings Leader, Allen Cardenas. Participants will get to learn about the stories that got our panelists to where they are today, their perspectives on the field of conservation, how it can be improved, and how being latinx ties into all of this.

This event is open to the public and all are welcome to join and learn. Attendees will have opportunity to ask our panelists questions.

The panel will run from 3:00pm-4:30pm.The panel can be accessed using the link below and the password will be emailed to registrants the day of the event. We hope to see you there!

Agenda:

Discussion: 3:00-4:00pm

Q&A: 4:00-4:30pm

How to Access the Webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4712109221608998412

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors & National Park Service

Location:
Online
Online,Seattle,WA,98104


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
3:00pm - 4:40pm

Full Event Details | Directions

LO Seattle | Latinidad at NPS - Latino Conservation Week with HAF

Join us for Latino Conservation Week as the Hispanic Access Foundation, Latino Outdoors, and the National Park Service come together to discuss careers at NPS, conservation, Latinidad and so much more.

The panel will be moderated by LO Seattle Outings Leader, Allen Cardenas. Participants will get to learn about the stories that got our panelists to where they are today, their perspectives on the field of conservation, how it can be improved, and how being latinx ties into all of this.

This event is open to the public and all are welcome to join and learn. Attendees will have opportunity to ask our panelists questions.

The panel will run from 3:00pm-4:30pm.The panel can be accessed using the link below and the password will be emailed to registrants the day of the event. We hope to see you there!

Agenda:

Discussion: 3:00-4:00pm

Q&A: 4:00-4:30pm

How to Access the Webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4712109221608998412

Location:
Online
Online,Seattle,WA,98104


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
3:00pm - 4:40pm

Washington
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | California

Censoteria - Virtual Census Loteria Game!

Join us for virtual CENSOTERIA!

Lotería is a traditional game enjoyed by many in the Latino community. To add some fun tor Latino Conservation week, we will use a special themed deck. The theme being the Census making this a “Censoteria” game!(Census + Loteria= Censoteria)

Participants can expect not only to have fun but to learn a little more about the power of Latino civic engagement. By celebrating Latino Conservation week, participants will connect virtually with outdoor enthusiasts, learn about the importance of the Census and civic participation.

This “Censoteria” game will have a slower pace than traditional Loteria in that after each card pulled the hosts will share information on that card. We estimate the game to last about 2 hours. With an optional Q&A after the game to get to know the hosts a little more. Moreover you are encouraged to connect with the host organizations after the game to learn more about their environmental advocacy work.

All are welcomed. We encourage you to bring snacks and a drink to add to the experience of game night.

LEARN MORE AND RSVP at https://censoteria2020.eventbrite.com/

Sponsor(s):

LA Nature for All, NPCA, and Latino Outdoors

Location:
Virtually!
Zoom,Los Angeles,CA,90012


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
7pm - 9:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Censoteria - Virtual Census Loteria Game!

Join us for virtual CENSOTERIA!

Lotería is a traditional game enjoyed by many in the Latino community. To add some fun tor Latino Conservation week, we will use a special themed deck. The theme being the Census making this a “Censoteria” game!(Census + Loteria= Censoteria)

Participants can expect not only to have fun but to learn a little more about the power of Latino civic engagement. By celebrating Latino Conservation week, participants will connect virtually with outdoor enthusiasts, learn about the importance of the Census and civic participation.

This “Censoteria” game will have a slower pace than traditional Loteria in that after each card pulled the hosts will share information on that card. We estimate the game to last about 2 hours. With an optional Q&A after the game to get to know the hosts a little more. Moreover you are encouraged to connect with the host organizations after the game to learn more about their environmental advocacy work.

All are welcomed. We encourage you to bring snacks and a drink to add to the experience of game night.

LEARN MORE AND RSVP at https://censoteria2020.eventbrite.com/

Location:
Virtually!
Zoom,Los Angeles,CA,90012


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
7pm - 9:30pm

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | Utah

Fivemile Pass Meetup & Cleanup

You are invited to celebrate Latinidad en Conservación to clean up a shooting area. Public lands an hour from Salt Lake City (and closer to folks living around the southern point of the Oquirrh Mountains) are littered with trash: shotgun shells, target shrapnel, and left-behind cans and bottles densely scatter a landscape with much target shooting and nearby raptor habitat.

Please meet us for a spatially-distanced clean-up, great music, and the great feeling of leaving a place better than you found it!

RSVP at https://secure2.convio.net/suwa/site/SSurvey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=7005

This cleanup is co-hosted by Latino Outdoors of Salt Lake City and HEAL Utah. Follow the entire Cleanup Competition on HEALUtah.org.

How to get there:

From Salt Lake or Utah County, head to Fivemile Pass Recreation Area. Make a pit stop at the Recreation Area if needed, as toilets are not available at the clean-up site. Drive past the Recreation Area, and turn left onto the Pony Express Road. The Road is a well graded dirt road suitable for any vehicle. Drive down the road about 5 miles until you see a sign that says “Leaving Shooting Restriction Area,” then turn left onto the dirt parking lot at that sign.

From Tooele County, drive past Stockton and take a left at the Pony Express Trail historic marker onto highway 73. When the highway bends at the point of the Oquirrhs, turn right onto the Pony Express Rd. Drive down the road about 5 miles until you see a sign that says “Leaving Shooting Restriction Area,” and turn left into the dirt parking lot at that sign.

What To Wear & Bring:

Close-toed shoes are required. Weather will be sunny with no shade. Bring a large water bottle, a wide brimmed hat, and a long sleeve shirt to protect you from the sun and dust.

SUWA will provide: gloves, disposal masks, a hand washing station, hand sanitizer, and water.

Sponsor(s):

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

Location:
Shooting area near Fivemile Pass
Plug these coordinates into Google Maps (40.2082337, -112.2675537),Rush Valley,UT,84069


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
8: 00 AM - 10:00 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Fivemile Pass Meetup & Cleanup

You are invited to celebrate Latinidad en Conservación to clean up a shooting area. Public lands an hour from Salt Lake City (and closer to folks living around the southern point of the Oquirrh Mountains) are littered with trash: shotgun shells, target shrapnel, and left-behind cans and bottles densely scatter a landscape with much target shooting and nearby raptor habitat.

Please meet us for a spatially-distanced clean-up, great music, and the great feeling of leaving a place better than you found it!

RSVP at https://secure2.convio.net/suwa/site/SSurvey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=7005

This cleanup is co-hosted by Latino Outdoors of Salt Lake City and HEAL Utah. Follow the entire Cleanup Competition on HEALUtah.org.

How to get there:

From Salt Lake or Utah County, head to Fivemile Pass Recreation Area. Make a pit stop at the Recreation Area if needed, as toilets are not available at the clean-up site. Drive past the Recreation Area, and turn left onto the Pony Express Road. The Road is a well graded dirt road suitable for any vehicle. Drive down the road about 5 miles until you see a sign that says “Leaving Shooting Restriction Area,” then turn left onto the dirt parking lot at that sign.

From Tooele County, drive past Stockton and take a left at the Pony Express Trail historic marker onto highway 73. When the highway bends at the point of the Oquirrhs, turn right onto the Pony Express Rd. Drive down the road about 5 miles until you see a sign that says “Leaving Shooting Restriction Area,” and turn left into the dirt parking lot at that sign.

What To Wear & Bring:

Close-toed shoes are required. Weather will be sunny with no shade. Bring a large water bottle, a wide brimmed hat, and a long sleeve shirt to protect you from the sun and dust.

SUWA will provide: gloves, disposal masks, a hand washing station, hand sanitizer, and water.

Location:
Shooting area near Fivemile Pass
Plug these coordinates into Google Maps (40.2082337, -112.2675537),Rush Valley,UT,84069


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
8: 00 AM - 10:00 AM

Utah
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Wisconsin

Self-Guided Tour at Hackmatack NWR

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, the Friends of Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge invites Latino families (and all other individuals and families) on a self-guided tour of the first site in our new Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge, the Turner Tract in Genoa City Wisconsin, just 3.25 miles north of Richmond, Illinois.

Take this self-guided tour from Sunday, July 19- Sunday, July 26.

The Turner Tract is a beautiful parcel which features mature oak woodland, restored prairies and wetlands. The self-guided tour will take you on a 0.6 mile looped trail through a very pretty woodland and along a restored tallgrass prairie. It will take around 30 minutes to complete. On your walk enjoy the sights and sounds that both habitats have to offer. Look closely for any blooming wildflowers tucked within the tall prairie grasses and stand beneath the mature red oak trees in the woodlands. There are many interesting bird species to be seen and heard. If you hear a loud drilling sound, that is the pileated woodpecker that resides in these woods, a large bird that resembles WoodyWoodpecker!

Feel free to explore and discover new and interesting things - just remember to leave what you find for the next person to enjoy.To get to the site from Illinois, travel north on Route 12 and continue through Richmond into Wisconsin. Just after you enter Wisconsin, turn left onto County Road H and stay on H through Genoa City. As you are heading out of town, keep an eye out for a large brown Hackmatack Refuge sign on your left just past a row of houses. This sign identifies the location of a small parking lot to park in and an informational kiosk. Follow the narrow lane past a residence to the hiking trail.From Lake Geneva, take County Road H south and look for the brown Hackmatack Refuge sign on your right as you come into Genoa City for the parking lot.Additional signs will be available on the site to guide you along the trail, which begins just past the gate.

This is a self-guided tour and no registration is necessary. If you do go on the tour we would appreciate a quick note on what you thought of the tour. Drop Pete Jackson a line at beepjackson@comcast.net.

If you visit, it is critically important to follow guidance from the CDC and state and local public health authorities on social distancing, avoiding overcrowding, and exercising good hygiene. If a parking lot is full when you visit, please do not stop. We understand that the outdoors can help relieve stress, but these guidelines must be followed for our public health and safety

Thank you, and enjoy the hike!

For more information about Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge and the Friends of Hackmatack, visit these sites:- Friends of Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge website:https://www.hackmatacknwr.org/- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Hackmatack website:https://www.fws.gov/refuge/hackmatack/

Sponsor(s):

Conversacion de Conservacion

Location:
Turner Tract
N615 County Hwy H,Genoa City,WI,53128


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 26, 2020
5:30 am - 5:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Self-Guided Tour at Hackmatack NWR

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, the Friends of Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge invites Latino families (and all other individuals and families) on a self-guided tour of the first site in our new Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge, the Turner Tract in Genoa City Wisconsin, just 3.25 miles north of Richmond, Illinois.

Take this self-guided tour from Sunday, July 19- Sunday, July 26.

The Turner Tract is a beautiful parcel which features mature oak woodland, restored prairies and wetlands. The self-guided tour will take you on a 0.6 mile looped trail through a very pretty woodland and along a restored tallgrass prairie. It will take around 30 minutes to complete. On your walk enjoy the sights and sounds that both habitats have to offer. Look closely for any blooming wildflowers tucked within the tall prairie grasses and stand beneath the mature red oak trees in the woodlands. There are many interesting bird species to be seen and heard. If you hear a loud drilling sound, that is the pileated woodpecker that resides in these woods, a large bird that resembles WoodyWoodpecker!

Feel free to explore and discover new and interesting things - just remember to leave what you find for the next person to enjoy.To get to the site from Illinois, travel north on Route 12 and continue through Richmond into Wisconsin. Just after you enter Wisconsin, turn left onto County Road H and stay on H through Genoa City. As you are heading out of town, keep an eye out for a large brown Hackmatack Refuge sign on your left just past a row of houses. This sign identifies the location of a small parking lot to park in and an informational kiosk. Follow the narrow lane past a residence to the hiking trail.From Lake Geneva, take County Road H south and look for the brown Hackmatack Refuge sign on your right as you come into Genoa City for the parking lot.Additional signs will be available on the site to guide you along the trail, which begins just past the gate.

This is a self-guided tour and no registration is necessary. If you do go on the tour we would appreciate a quick note on what you thought of the tour. Drop Pete Jackson a line at beepjackson@comcast.net.

If you visit, it is critically important to follow guidance from the CDC and state and local public health authorities on social distancing, avoiding overcrowding, and exercising good hygiene. If a parking lot is full when you visit, please do not stop. We understand that the outdoors can help relieve stress, but these guidelines must be followed for our public health and safety

Thank you, and enjoy the hike!

For more information about Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge and the Friends of Hackmatack, visit these sites:- Friends of Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge website:https://www.hackmatacknwr.org/- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Hackmatack website:https://www.fws.gov/refuge/hackmatack/

Location:
Turner Tract
N615 County Hwy H,Genoa City,WI,53128


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 26, 2020
5:30 am - 5:30pm

Wisconsin
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Illinois

Explore Harvard Gateway Park

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, take a short hike around Gateway Nature Park. Gateway is a 17-acre park just outside of Harvard. The park features a mowed trail, bridges across Rush Creek, wetland habitat, several groves of oak trees and the oldest resident in the county, a 400-year-old oak tree!

This hike is limited to 12 people in order to observe social distancing protocols.

Please reserve your spot by emailing Lisa Haderlein at lhaderlein@conservemc.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Sponsor(s):

The Land Conservancy

Location:
Gateway Park
Rush Creek,Harvard,IL,60033


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
2PM - 4PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Explore Harvard Gateway Park

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, take a short hike around Gateway Nature Park. Gateway is a 17-acre park just outside of Harvard. The park features a mowed trail, bridges across Rush Creek, wetland habitat, several groves of oak trees and the oldest resident in the county, a 400-year-old oak tree!

This hike is limited to 12 people in order to observe social distancing protocols.

Please reserve your spot by emailing Lisa Haderlein at lhaderlein@conservemc.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Location:
Gateway Park
Rush Creek,Harvard,IL,60033


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
2PM - 4PM

Illinois
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Illinois

Visit the Wolf Oak

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, take a short hike at Wolf Oak Woods. Wolf Oak Woods is a 30-acre park between Woodstock and McHenry. At Wolf Oak Woods you can get up close and personal with the most famous oak tree in the area! The rustic trail goes through oak woods, past a wetland and over a creek.

This hike is limited to 12 people in order to observe social distancing protocols.

Please reserve your spot by emailing Lisa Haderlein at lhaderlein@conservemc.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Sponsor(s):

The Land Conservancy

Location:
Wolf Oak
9100 IL Route 120,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
2PM - 4PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Visit the Wolf Oak

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, take a short hike at Wolf Oak Woods. Wolf Oak Woods is a 30-acre park between Woodstock and McHenry. At Wolf Oak Woods you can get up close and personal with the most famous oak tree in the area! The rustic trail goes through oak woods, past a wetland and over a creek.

This hike is limited to 12 people in order to observe social distancing protocols.

Please reserve your spot by emailing Lisa Haderlein at lhaderlein@conservemc.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Location:
Wolf Oak
9100 IL Route 120,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
2PM - 4PM

Illinois
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Illinois

Defenders Trail Exploration

The Environmental Defenders will hold its Latino Conservation Week kick-off outing on its Dean Street property in Woodstock, at 2222 S. Dean Street. At the Defenders’ property we’ll follow the trails to explore the area and even venture into MCCD’s Kishwaukee Headwaters site. We’ll be looking for birds that visit the site in the Summer and prairie flowers blooming in July. How this site came to be preserved through a rather amazing coalition will also be explained as well a future plans for the site.

Please bring binoculars if you have them and wear long pants and closed-toe shoes.

Sign up by emailing envirodefmc@gmail.com or through this event page Website: www.mcdef.org.

Sponsor(s):

Environmental Defenders of McHenry County

Location:
Defenders' Dean Street Property
2222 S. Dean Street,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
2PM - 4PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Defenders Trail Exploration

The Environmental Defenders will hold its Latino Conservation Week kick-off outing on its Dean Street property in Woodstock, at 2222 S. Dean Street. At the Defenders’ property we’ll follow the trails to explore the area and even venture into MCCD’s Kishwaukee Headwaters site. We’ll be looking for birds that visit the site in the Summer and prairie flowers blooming in July. How this site came to be preserved through a rather amazing coalition will also be explained as well a future plans for the site.

Please bring binoculars if you have them and wear long pants and closed-toe shoes.

Sign up by emailing envirodefmc@gmail.com or through this event page Website: www.mcdef.org.

Location:
Defenders' Dean Street Property
2222 S. Dean Street,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
2PM - 4PM

Illinois
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Illinois

Roving Naturalists

In addition to the above, the McHenry County Conservation District’s Roving Naturalist programs will be held during Latino Conservation Week with Spanish-language translators available during each program. Roving Naturalists travel to different District sites to help you learn more about site amenities and local plants and animals.

Join us on Saturday, July 18 from 10:00am-12:00pm at Elizabeth Lake Nature Preserve in Richmond;

Tuesday, July 21 from 9:30-11:30am at The Hollows in Crystal Lake,

Thursday, July 23 from 9:30-11:30am at Harrison Benwell in Wonder Lake;

and Saturday, July 25 from 10:00am-12:00pm at Lyons Prairie and Marsh in Cary.

Registration is not required for these free programs.

Sponsor(s):

McHenry County Conservation District

Location:
varies
varies,varies,IL,60013


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9:30am - Noon

Full Event Details | Directions

Roving Naturalists

In addition to the above, the McHenry County Conservation District’s Roving Naturalist programs will be held during Latino Conservation Week with Spanish-language translators available during each program. Roving Naturalists travel to different District sites to help you learn more about site amenities and local plants and animals.

Join us on Saturday, July 18 from 10:00am-12:00pm at Elizabeth Lake Nature Preserve in Richmond;

Tuesday, July 21 from 9:30-11:30am at The Hollows in Crystal Lake,

Thursday, July 23 from 9:30-11:30am at Harrison Benwell in Wonder Lake;

and Saturday, July 25 from 10:00am-12:00pm at Lyons Prairie and Marsh in Cary.

Registration is not required for these free programs.

Location:
varies
varies,varies,IL,60013


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9:30am - Noon

Illinois
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | Texas

La Naturaleza de las Missiones: Espada

A three part mini video series of what conservation and sustainability looks like at the San Antonio Missions. Join us throughout Latino Conservation Week to learn more about Missions San Jose, San Juan, and Espada.

Sponsor(s):

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Latino Heritage Internship Program, and Hispanic Access Foundation.

Location:
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Facebook page and Instagram.
https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioMissionsNPS/,San Antonio,TX,n/a


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
10:00 AM (CDT) - 11:00 AM (CDT)

Full Event Details | Directions

La Naturaleza de las Missiones: Espada

A three part mini video series of what conservation and sustainability looks like at the San Antonio Missions. Join us throughout Latino Conservation Week to learn more about Missions San Jose, San Juan, and Espada.

Location:
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Facebook page and Instagram.
https://www.facebook.com/SanAntonioMissionsNPS/,San Antonio,TX,n/a


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
10:00 AM (CDT) - 11:00 AM (CDT)

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | Indiana

Taller Virtual de Aplicación de Árboles (Virtual Tree Application Workshop)

¿Quiere saber cómo puede obtener árboles nativos gratuitos sembrados en su vecindario?

Únase con Keep Indianapolis Beautiful para un taller virtual sobre nuestra aplicación de árboles de forestación comunitaria. Tendrás una reunión electrónica con Alejandro Espinosa, uno de nuestros Arbolistas Comunitarios y Mari Aviles, nuestra Gerente de Plantación de Árboles, y aprenderás sobre el proceso de agregar al dosel de árboles de tu vecindario local. Ellos estarán disponibles para responder preguntas y ayudar a guiarlo a través de el proceso para obtener hermosos árboles nativos para su cuadra. Los árboles urbanos nativos proporcionan sombra, reducen la contaminación del aire y el ruido, y ayudan a mitigar la escorrentía de aguas pluviales. Este taller se llevará a cabo virtualmente a través de Zoom. La invitación a la reunión se enviará antes del taller.

Want to know how you can get free native trees planted in your neighborhood?

Join Keep Indianapolis Beautiful for a virtual workshop on our community forestry tree application. You'll get to e-meet with Alejandro Espinosa, one of our Community Arborists & Mari Aviles, our Community Forestry Tree Planting Manager, and learn about the process of adding to your local neighborhood tree canopy. They will be available to answer questions and help guide you through getting gorgeous native trees on your block. Native urban trees provide shade, reduce air and noise pollution, and help mitigate storm water runoff. This workshop will be held virtually via Zoom. The meeting invitation will be sent ahead of the workshop.

Sponsor(s):

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful

Location:
Virtual Zoom Workshop
1029 E Fletcher Ave,Indianapolis,IN,46203


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 23, 2020
5:30pm - 6:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Taller Virtual de Aplicación de Árboles (Virtual Tree Application Workshop)

¿Quiere saber cómo puede obtener árboles nativos gratuitos sembrados en su vecindario?

Únase con Keep Indianapolis Beautiful para un taller virtual sobre nuestra aplicación de árboles de forestación comunitaria. Tendrás una reunión electrónica con Alejandro Espinosa, uno de nuestros Arbolistas Comunitarios y Mari Aviles, nuestra Gerente de Plantación de Árboles, y aprenderás sobre el proceso de agregar al dosel de árboles de tu vecindario local. Ellos estarán disponibles para responder preguntas y ayudar a guiarlo a través de el proceso para obtener hermosos árboles nativos para su cuadra. Los árboles urbanos nativos proporcionan sombra, reducen la contaminación del aire y el ruido, y ayudan a mitigar la escorrentía de aguas pluviales. Este taller se llevará a cabo virtualmente a través de Zoom. La invitación a la reunión se enviará antes del taller.

Want to know how you can get free native trees planted in your neighborhood?

Join Keep Indianapolis Beautiful for a virtual workshop on our community forestry tree application. You'll get to e-meet with Alejandro Espinosa, one of our Community Arborists & Mari Aviles, our Community Forestry Tree Planting Manager, and learn about the process of adding to your local neighborhood tree canopy. They will be available to answer questions and help guide you through getting gorgeous native trees on your block. Native urban trees provide shade, reduce air and noise pollution, and help mitigate storm water runoff. This workshop will be held virtually via Zoom. The meeting invitation will be sent ahead of the workshop.

Location:
Virtual Zoom Workshop
1029 E Fletcher Ave,Indianapolis,IN,46203


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 23, 2020
5:30pm - 6:30pm

Indiana
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Florida

Latinx Archeology Interview Video Series

The Southeast Archeological Center presents Latinx Archeology Video Series. A series where the Latino Heritage Intern, Abigail Houkes, interviews different Hispanic archeologists within and outside the National Park Service. The interviews will include advice and personal experiences being Latinx within archeology. The video series will also include how to get involved with SEAC. The videos will be posted each day of the working week, July 20th-July 24th, along with an introduction video on July 18th, on the SEAC Facebook page, @NPSSEAC .

Sponsor(s):

Southeast Archeological Center, Latino Conservation Week

Location:
Online on Facebook
On Facebook @NPSSEAC,Tallahassee,FL,32310


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 24, 2020
- - -

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Latinx Archeology Interview Video Series

The Southeast Archeological Center presents Latinx Archeology Video Series. A series where the Latino Heritage Intern, Abigail Houkes, interviews different Hispanic archeologists within and outside the National Park Service. The interviews will include advice and personal experiences being Latinx within archeology. The video series will also include how to get involved with SEAC. The videos will be posted each day of the working week, July 20th-July 24th, along with an introduction video on July 18th, on the SEAC Facebook page, @NPSSEAC .

Location:
Online on Facebook
On Facebook @NPSSEAC,Tallahassee,FL,32310


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 24, 2020
- - -

Florida
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
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 those interested in working in the parks and conservation fields. Also learn how Montgomery Parks is working to expand diversity, equity and inclusion efforts to better serve the community.

Learn more about the speakers and register - https://www.montgomeryparks.org/building-a-career-in-parks-a-latino-conservation-week-discussion/

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery Parks

Location:
Virtual
Online,Silver Spring,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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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 those interested in working in the parks and conservation fields. Also learn how Montgomery Parks is working to expand diversity, equity and inclusion efforts to better serve the community.

Learn more about the speakers and register - https://www.montgomeryparks.org/building-a-career-in-parks-a-latino-conservation-week-discussion/

Location:
Virtual
Online,Silver Spring,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Maryland
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2020 | Massachusetts

Virtual Scavenger Hunt!

Join us in an outdoor adventure scavenger hunt!

The Longfellow House Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site's (@LONGNPS) Facebook and Instagram stories will be hosting a virtual scavenger hunt on Monday July 20, 2020 beginning at 10AM EST. Throughout the day we'll be posting pictures and clues of items that you can find in your yard. When you find the item, take a picture or video and post it to your story. We'll repost the winners of each round at 5PM EST.

*DON'T FORGET to tag @LONGNPS and @LatinoConservationWeek. Also use the following hashtags #LatinoConservationWeek #LCW2020

Sponsor(s):

Longfellow House Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site Massachusetts, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Online
Online,Online,MA,02138


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 20, 2020
10AM EST - 5PM EST

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Virtual Scavenger Hunt!

Join us in an outdoor adventure scavenger hunt!

The Longfellow House Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site's (@LONGNPS) Facebook and Instagram stories will be hosting a virtual scavenger hunt on Monday July 20, 2020 beginning at 10AM EST. Throughout the day we'll be posting pictures and clues of items that you can find in your yard. When you find the item, take a picture or video and post it to your story. We'll repost the winners of each round at 5PM EST.

*DON'T FORGET to tag @LONGNPS and @LatinoConservationWeek. Also use the following hashtags #LatinoConservationWeek #LCW2020

Location:
Online
Online,Online,MA,02138


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 20, 2020
10AM EST - 5PM EST

Massachusetts
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2020

Yes
Inperson
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 Conservation Week.

Tune-in to the storytime on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Councilmemberjawando/) or YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-aP-YVXFn_SqVVPeWFRndA)

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery County Council, Montgomery Parks

Location:
Virtual
Facebook/Youtube,Rockville,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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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 Conservation Week.

Tune-in to the storytime on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Councilmemberjawando/) or YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-aP-YVXFn_SqVVPeWFRndA)

Location:
Virtual
Facebook/Youtube,Rockville,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Maryland
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | Massachusetts

Northeast Public Lands and Rivers Trivia

This will be an event hosted by myself (Cassidy Quistorff) via a zoom link. All participants need to do is fill out a google form that I can email to them, or simply contact me directly (cassidyleeq@gmail.com).

The trivia night should last an hour to an hour and a half, and it will be based on the public lands and partnership rivers in the northeast, as well as latino heritage questions within conservation and outdoors history. There will be a 20 group limit, and the event will begin at 7:00 PM EST on Friday, July 24th.

Google forms: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezJcA8t5PPLQiNEQr1jdXJuozAc66RVpM2TOTgdcFt6KPung/viewform?usp=sf_link

Sponsor(s):

HAF/ Partnership Wild & Scenic Rivers, possibly REI

Location:
Zoom Meeting
Zoom link,Concord,MA,01742


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Northeast Public Lands and Rivers Trivia

This will be an event hosted by myself (Cassidy Quistorff) via a zoom link. All participants need to do is fill out a google form that I can email to them, or simply contact me directly (cassidyleeq@gmail.com).

The trivia night should last an hour to an hour and a half, and it will be based on the public lands and partnership rivers in the northeast, as well as latino heritage questions within conservation and outdoors history. There will be a 20 group limit, and the event will begin at 7:00 PM EST on Friday, July 24th.

Google forms: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezJcA8t5PPLQiNEQr1jdXJuozAc66RVpM2TOTgdcFt6KPung/viewform?usp=sf_link

Location:
Zoom Meeting
Zoom link,Concord,MA,01742


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Massachusetts
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2020 | California

Latino Conservation Week Instagram Story Series

Tune in to the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority's Instagram stories (@open_space_authority) to celebrate #LatinoConservationWeek all week long! We'll be sharing information on Latino Conservation Week, outdoor resources, fun polls, events, highlights of other organizations, and more!

Sponsor(s):

Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority

Location:
Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority Instagram Stories
@open_space_authority,San Jose,CA,95119


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

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Latino Conservation Week Instagram Story Series

Tune in to the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority's Instagram stories (@open_space_authority) to celebrate #LatinoConservationWeek all week long! We'll be sharing information on Latino Conservation Week, outdoor resources, fun polls, events, highlights of other organizations, and more!

Location:
Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority Instagram Stories
@open_space_authority,San Jose,CA,95119


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | Utah

Radio Charla con Latino Outdoors Salt Lake City

En esta radio programa, Jorge Rodriguez de KPCW Cada Domingo 91.7FM Utah hablara con Diana Mirón de Latino Outdoors Salt Lake City. Hablarán sobre qué es Latino Outdoors, quiénes son los organizadores de Latino Outdoors in Salt Lake City, UT y sobre los eventos que vienen para #LatinoConservationWeek.

Escuchar por la radio o por internet desde aquí: https://www.kpcw.org/programs/cada-domingo#stream/0

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors Salt Lake City; hosted by KPCW Cada Domingo 91.7 FM Utah

Location:
KPCW 91.7FM
https://www.kpcw.org/programs/cada-domingo#stream/0,Park City,UT,84060


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
7pm MT - 8pm MT

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Radio Charla con Latino Outdoors Salt Lake City

En esta radio programa, Jorge Rodriguez de KPCW Cada Domingo 91.7FM Utah hablara con Diana Mirón de Latino Outdoors Salt Lake City. Hablarán sobre qué es Latino Outdoors, quiénes son los organizadores de Latino Outdoors in Salt Lake City, UT y sobre los eventos que vienen para #LatinoConservationWeek.

Escuchar por la radio o por internet desde aquí: https://www.kpcw.org/programs/cada-domingo#stream/0

Location:
KPCW 91.7FM
https://www.kpcw.org/programs/cada-domingo#stream/0,Park City,UT,84060


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
7pm MT - 8pm MT

Utah
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | Illinois

Environmentalists of Color Talk - Zoom Meeting

The community is invited at join a conversation with Raquel Garcia Alvarez, Founder of Environmentalists of Color, and EOC member Glenda Gonzalez for a conversation about their experience as Hispanic women professionals working in the environmental field. Ms. Gonzalez grew up in Harvard, IL, and will also talk about growing up loving nature in McHenry County.

Sponsor(s):

Environment Defenders - Conversación Conservacion

Location:
Zoom: Meeting ID: 861 9307 0806 Password: 742452
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kdzqvtjcw9,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
2pm Pacific/ 4pm Central / 5pm Eastern - 3pm Pacific / 5pm Central / 6pm Eastern

Full Event Details | Directions

Environmentalists of Color Talk - Zoom Meeting

The community is invited at join a conversation with Raquel Garcia Alvarez, Founder of Environmentalists of Color, and EOC member Glenda Gonzalez for a conversation about their experience as Hispanic women professionals working in the environmental field. Ms. Gonzalez grew up in Harvard, IL, and will also talk about growing up loving nature in McHenry County.

Location:
Zoom: Meeting ID: 861 9307 0806 Password: 742452
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kdzqvtjcw9,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
2pm Pacific/ 4pm Central / 5pm Eastern - 3pm Pacific / 5pm Central / 6pm Eastern

Illinois
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 16, 2020 | Colorado

Next 100 Colorado Mentorship Program

The Next 100 Colorado Mentorship Program is a six-month program for a cohort of 10 mentors and 10 mentees designed to help connect Colorado's emerging and seasoned leaders of color through a series of partnerships, network formation, and leadership building. The program will consist of three full cohort gatherings (including an orientation), three one-on-one meetings, and a closing celebration, in addition to an online environment through which the group will be able to connect and share resources. With uncertainty about restrictions on travel and in-person gatherings likely to persist throughout the year, the program will be designed to accommodate virtual gatherings in the short-term with the potential to shift to in-person gatherings as state and national circumstances change.

Participants will:​

Tailor their experience to their individual goals and needs

Establish mentor/mentee relationships, along with relationships with a larger cohort, that ideally last long beyond the structured program

Access people, organizations, events, or other opportunities that they may not otherwise have had access to

Build leadership capacity Learn from experts in DEI, conservation, outdoor recreation, and public lands management

Find more information at: https://www.next100colorado.org/pilot-mentorship-program

Sponsor(s):

Next 100 Colorado

Location:
Onlne
Online,Golden,CO,80401


Date & time:
July 16, 2020 - August 07, 2020
N/A - N/A

Full Event Details | Directions

Next 100 Colorado Mentorship Program

The Next 100 Colorado Mentorship Program is a six-month program for a cohort of 10 mentors and 10 mentees designed to help connect Colorado's emerging and seasoned leaders of color through a series of partnerships, network formation, and leadership building. The program will consist of three full cohort gatherings (including an orientation), three one-on-one meetings, and a closing celebration, in addition to an online environment through which the group will be able to connect and share resources. With uncertainty about restrictions on travel and in-person gatherings likely to persist throughout the year, the program will be designed to accommodate virtual gatherings in the short-term with the potential to shift to in-person gatherings as state and national circumstances change.

Participants will:​

Tailor their experience to their individual goals and needs

Establish mentor/mentee relationships, along with relationships with a larger cohort, that ideally last long beyond the structured program

Access people, organizations, events, or other opportunities that they may not otherwise have had access to

Build leadership capacity Learn from experts in DEI, conservation, outdoor recreation, and public lands management

Find more information at: https://www.next100colorado.org/pilot-mentorship-program

Location:
Onlne
Online,Golden,CO,80401


Date & time:
July 16, 2020 - August 07, 2020
N/A - N/A

Colorado
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07/16/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | Utah

Pop-Up Nature Station

Celebrate the plants and animals of the Jordan River! We will have models and natural items to view, and stories to share. We would love to hear about the wildlife you’ve seen along the Jordan River, so stop by our table and chat with us! You can find our pop-up tent right outside the gate on the Jordan River Parkway Trail.

Interpretation will be provided in both Spanish and English.

Sponsor(s):

Tracy Aviary

Location:
Tracy Aviary's Jordan River Nature Center
1125 W 3300 S,South Salt Lake,UT,84119


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Pop-Up Nature Station

Celebrate the plants and animals of the Jordan River! We will have models and natural items to view, and stories to share. We would love to hear about the wildlife you’ve seen along the Jordan River, so stop by our table and chat with us! You can find our pop-up tent right outside the gate on the Jordan River Parkway Trail.

Interpretation will be provided in both Spanish and English.

Location:
Tracy Aviary's Jordan River Nature Center
1125 W 3300 S,South Salt Lake,UT,84119


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Utah
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | California

¡Cultiva Plantas Nativas! ~ Grow Native Plants!

HAF and the IERCD are partnering with the SB County MGs to host a native seed planting kit pick up event and car parade. The event will be held at the beautiful MVNC. The hope is that participants will plant and care for their native species including a CA Poppy, Arroyo Lupine, or Narrow Leaf Milkweed to create a sense of stewardship for plants and other natural resources. The plant can then be implmented into a garden our outdoor space in Fall to offer the beginnings of a habitat for California native pollinators and other beneficial insects.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF), Inland Empire Resource Conservation District (IERCD), Mary Vagle Nature Center (MVNC), and the San Bernardino County Master Gardeners (Sb County MGs)

Location:
Mary Vagle Nature Center
11501 Cypress Ave E,Fontana,CA,92337


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00 - 2:00

Full Event Details | Directions

¡Cultiva Plantas Nativas! ~ Grow Native Plants!

HAF and the IERCD are partnering with the SB County MGs to host a native seed planting kit pick up event and car parade. The event will be held at the beautiful MVNC. The hope is that participants will plant and care for their native species including a CA Poppy, Arroyo Lupine, or Narrow Leaf Milkweed to create a sense of stewardship for plants and other natural resources. The plant can then be implmented into a garden our outdoor space in Fall to offer the beginnings of a habitat for California native pollinators and other beneficial insects.

Location:
Mary Vagle Nature Center
11501 Cypress Ave E,Fontana,CA,92337


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00 - 2:00

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | Texas

“Dallas College: Are We Green Enough? Conversation with Latino Leaders about Sustainability”

Dallas College’s Latino student population is growing quickly, and many of these students are passionate about efforts that protect our air, water and land. Through Dallas College student clubs and sustainability offices, many Latinos have collaborated in community conservation projects.

The forum “Are We Green Enough” will be a conversation with students, alumni, and community and business leaders about sustainability projects that can conserve the environment and improve the community’s quality of life. The panel will explore how much Dallas College has achieved through its sustainability efforts, and what more can be done.

Forum moderator: Diana Flores, Chair, Dallas College Board of Trustees

Panelists:

• Dr. Maria V. Boccalandro: Director of Sustainability & Programs for Dallas College Cedar Valley Campus

• Miriam Gallegos: President of Cedar Valley Campus Green Club. Miriam is the winner of the 2020 Cedar Valley Campus Sustainability Leadership Award. She graduated in June 2020 with an associate of science degree from Cedar Valley.

• Oriana Silva: Sustainability Intern for Brookhaven Campus. She is pursuing an associate of arts degree focusing on French, Spanish and chemistry. She is the Sustainable Development Goals Action Manager for Dallas College and produces educational videos for the Dallas Arboretum.

• Ramon Cruz: Sierra Club’s new president, becoming the first Latino to hold that position in the organization’s 128-year history. The Sierra Club’s National Board of Directors is democratically elected by the organization’s membership and serves its 3.8 million members and supporters. Cruz holds degrees from American University in Washington, D.C., and Princeton University in New Jersey. He has over 20 years of experience in advocacy at the intersection of sustainability, environmental and energy policy, urban planning, and climate change.

• John Martinez: President and CEO of the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association located in the heart of the southern sector in Oak Cliff. Elected Chairman of the Board of the National Hispanic Construction Association. He leads the Contractor Business Center that focuses on procurement, construction safety, and “green and LEED” building.

WebEx Link here.

Sponsor(s):

Dallas College, Texas

Location:
WebX
https://dcccd.webex.com/mw3300/mywebex/default.do?nomenu=true&siteurl=dcccd&service=6&rnd=0.4419928293293055&main_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdcccd.webex.com%2Fec3300%2Feventcenter%2Fevent%2FeventAction.do%3FtheAction%3Ddetail%26%26%26EMK%3D4832534b0000000419c0278908ef61d1da9ac20436040add5abc0964382f9b6dd900586aa37c674d%26siteurl%3Ddcccd%26confViewID%3D166942953599705466%26encryptTicket%3DSDJTSwAAAAQ4rMaHwBouYfzha0AivGVH6IS6Cs2jHqb4Z0u6-2R8KQ2%26,Dallas,TX,75215


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
12:00 PM Central - 1:15 PM Central

Full Event Details | Directions

“Dallas College: Are We Green Enough? Conversation with Latino Leaders about Sustainability”

Dallas College’s Latino student population is growing quickly, and many of these students are passionate about efforts that protect our air, water and land. Through Dallas College student clubs and sustainability offices, many Latinos have collaborated in community conservation projects.

The forum “Are We Green Enough” will be a conversation with students, alumni, and community and business leaders about sustainability projects that can conserve the environment and improve the community’s quality of life. The panel will explore how much Dallas College has achieved through its sustainability efforts, and what more can be done.

Forum moderator: Diana Flores, Chair, Dallas College Board of Trustees

Panelists:

• Dr. Maria V. Boccalandro: Director of Sustainability & Programs for Dallas College Cedar Valley Campus

• Miriam Gallegos: President of Cedar Valley Campus Green Club. Miriam is the winner of the 2020 Cedar Valley Campus Sustainability Leadership Award. She graduated in June 2020 with an associate of science degree from Cedar Valley.

• Oriana Silva: Sustainability Intern for Brookhaven Campus. She is pursuing an associate of arts degree focusing on French, Spanish and chemistry. She is the Sustainable Development Goals Action Manager for Dallas College and produces educational videos for the Dallas Arboretum.

• Ramon Cruz: Sierra Club’s new president, becoming the first Latino to hold that position in the organization’s 128-year history. The Sierra Club’s National Board of Directors is democratically elected by the organization’s membership and serves its 3.8 million members and supporters. Cruz holds degrees from American University in Washington, D.C., and Princeton University in New Jersey. He has over 20 years of experience in advocacy at the intersection of sustainability, environmental and energy policy, urban planning, and climate change.

• John Martinez: President and CEO of the Regional Hispanic Contractors Association located in the heart of the southern sector in Oak Cliff. Elected Chairman of the Board of the National Hispanic Construction Association. He leads the Contractor Business Center that focuses on procurement, construction safety, and “green and LEED” building.

WebEx Link here.

Location:
WebX
https://dcccd.webex.com/mw3300/mywebex/default.do?nomenu=true&siteurl=dcccd&service=6&rnd=0.4419928293293055&main_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdcccd.webex.com%2Fec3300%2Feventcenter%2Fevent%2FeventAction.do%3FtheAction%3Ddetail%26%26%26EMK%3D4832534b0000000419c0278908ef61d1da9ac20436040add5abc0964382f9b6dd900586aa37c674d%26siteurl%3Ddcccd%26confViewID%3D166942953599705466%26encryptTicket%3DSDJTSwAAAAQ4rMaHwBouYfzha0AivGVH6IS6Cs2jHqb4Z0u6-2R8KQ2%26,Dallas,TX,75215


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
12:00 PM Central - 1:15 PM Central

Texas
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07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | California

Los Bosques Secos Tropicales - Un viaje virtual a uno de los ecosistemas más amenazados de México!

El miércoles 22 de julio, únete a Naturaleza y Cultura en un viaje virtual a través de los bosques secos tropicales de Sonora, México. Experimenta la belleza, la cultura y la biodiversidad única de la región, ¡desde tu casa! Desde el monitoreo de jaguares hasta el empoderamiento de las mujeres, la conservacionista de Naturaleza y Cultura, Lydia Lozano, compartirá las aventuras y los desafíos detrás de la protección de uno de los ecosistemas más amenazados de México.

SOBRE NUESTRO DESTINO - La Reserva Monte Mojino, de 18.211 acres (47.752 hectares), de Naturaleza y Cultura protege los remanentes de bosques secos tropicales del sur de Sonora, y las especies en peligro de extinción que habitan en estos bosques. Lydia compartirá las experiencias sobre las alianzas creadas entre terratenientes, comunidades locales y áreas naturales protegidas que conservan esta hermosa, biodiversa y amenazada región.

SOBRE DE NUESTRA GUÍA - Como Directora de País para Naturaleza y Cultura Internacional - México, Lydia es pionera en conservación. Ella ha ayudado a conservar más de 118,000 acres de bosque seco tropical amenazado, protegiendo el hábitat de aves y jaguares. Ella trabaja con las autoridades regionales y locales, empodera a las comunidades locales e indígenas e inspira a las jóvenes. Lydia es licenciada en biología con especialidad en zoología por la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. Ella ha trabajado en proyectos de conservación en el noroeste de México durante los últimos 10 años. 

Si tiene preguntas por favor póngase en contacto con Naturaleza y Cultura a través de dogood@natureandculture.org. ¡Estamos ansiosos por "verte" ahí!

Sponsor(s):

Nature and Culture International

Location:
Virtual Event - Zoom Webinar
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/un-viaje-virtual-a-uno-de-los-ecosistemas-mas-amenazados-de-mexico-tickets-113538516760,Del Mar,CA,92014


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
11:30 AM Pacific - 12:30 PM Pacific

Full Event Details | Directions

Los Bosques Secos Tropicales - Un viaje virtual a uno de los ecosistemas más amenazados de México!

El miércoles 22 de julio, únete a Naturaleza y Cultura en un viaje virtual a través de los bosques secos tropicales de Sonora, México. Experimenta la belleza, la cultura y la biodiversidad única de la región, ¡desde tu casa! Desde el monitoreo de jaguares hasta el empoderamiento de las mujeres, la conservacionista de Naturaleza y Cultura, Lydia Lozano, compartirá las aventuras y los desafíos detrás de la protección de uno de los ecosistemas más amenazados de México.

SOBRE NUESTRO DESTINO - La Reserva Monte Mojino, de 18.211 acres (47.752 hectares), de Naturaleza y Cultura protege los remanentes de bosques secos tropicales del sur de Sonora, y las especies en peligro de extinción que habitan en estos bosques. Lydia compartirá las experiencias sobre las alianzas creadas entre terratenientes, comunidades locales y áreas naturales protegidas que conservan esta hermosa, biodiversa y amenazada región.

SOBRE DE NUESTRA GUÍA - Como Directora de País para Naturaleza y Cultura Internacional - México, Lydia es pionera en conservación. Ella ha ayudado a conservar más de 118,000 acres de bosque seco tropical amenazado, protegiendo el hábitat de aves y jaguares. Ella trabaja con las autoridades regionales y locales, empodera a las comunidades locales e indígenas e inspira a las jóvenes. Lydia es licenciada en biología con especialidad en zoología por la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa. Ella ha trabajado en proyectos de conservación en el noroeste de México durante los últimos 10 años. 

Si tiene preguntas por favor póngase en contacto con Naturaleza y Cultura a través de dogood@natureandculture.org. ¡Estamos ansiosos por "verte" ahí!

Location:
Virtual Event - Zoom Webinar
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/un-viaje-virtual-a-uno-de-los-ecosistemas-mas-amenazados-de-mexico-tickets-113538516760,Del Mar,CA,92014


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
11:30 AM Pacific - 12:30 PM Pacific

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2020 | Colorado

Migracion es Natural / Migration is Natural

Las mariposas monarca nos conectan con nosotros mismos, nuestros antepasados y la tierra. Únase con nosotros el jueves 23 de julio para "La migración es Natural." Exploraremos lo que tenemos en común con las mariposas monarca, incluyendo la forma en que viajamos, como cuidamos nuestros jóvenes, y como transmitimos el conocimiento de generación en generación. Discutiremos su importancia y conexión con las culturas indígenas, nuestras vidas entrelazadas en toda América del Norte y el trabajo que se está haciendo para monitorear y conservarlas. Monarch butterflies connect us to ourselves, our ancestors, and the land.

Join us on Thursday, July 23rd for “Migration is Natural.” We’ll explore what we have in common with monarch butterflies, including how we travel, care for our young, and pass knowledge through the generations. We’ll discuss their importance and connection to Indigenous cultures, our intertwined lives throughout North America, and the work being done to monitor and conserve them.Registration is required.

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/migration-is-natural-tickets-113890304968

Sponsor(s):

Endangered Species Coalition, Sierra Club, Green Latinos, Ecosistemica, Mi Universo Mazahua

Location:
Online Webinar
Zoom,N/A,CO,N/A


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
4 PM PT / 5 PM MT / 6 PM CT / 7 PM ET - 5 PM PT / 6 PM MT / 7 PM CT / 8 PM ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Migracion es Natural / Migration is Natural

Las mariposas monarca nos conectan con nosotros mismos, nuestros antepasados y la tierra. Únase con nosotros el jueves 23 de julio para "La migración es Natural." Exploraremos lo que tenemos en común con las mariposas monarca, incluyendo la forma en que viajamos, como cuidamos nuestros jóvenes, y como transmitimos el conocimiento de generación en generación. Discutiremos su importancia y conexión con las culturas indígenas, nuestras vidas entrelazadas en toda América del Norte y el trabajo que se está haciendo para monitorear y conservarlas. Monarch butterflies connect us to ourselves, our ancestors, and the land.

Join us on Thursday, July 23rd for “Migration is Natural.” We’ll explore what we have in common with monarch butterflies, including how we travel, care for our young, and pass knowledge through the generations. We’ll discuss their importance and connection to Indigenous cultures, our intertwined lives throughout North America, and the work being done to monitor and conserve them.Registration is required.

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/migration-is-natural-tickets-113890304968

Location:
Online Webinar
Zoom,N/A,CO,N/A


Date & time:
July 23, 2020 - July 23, 2020
4 PM PT / 5 PM MT / 6 PM CT / 7 PM ET - 5 PM PT / 6 PM MT / 7 PM CT / 8 PM ET

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | Virginia

Snorkeling on the Shenandoah!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/snorkel-the-shenandoah-tickets-113130889536

In partnership with the US Forest Service NatureWatch Program, we would like to invite all members of the community to a total-immersion day on the river. Bilingual (Spanish/English) guides will help us ‘dive’ into the beauty of the river in two languages.Snorkeling and kayaking/equipment will be provided for your $40/person contribution. There are also a limited number of canoes that can be rented out for $50 for two people (or two plus a small child).

These days, it can be a challenge to come together and feel safe. This is a great opportunity for you and your organization’s members to have a fun day outdoors, relax, celebrate diversity of all kinds, and learn about what is on -- and in -- the river. The river is safe, and social distancing/Covid-19 prevention protocols will be practiced diligently.

We will meet at Front Royal Outdoors at 10 a.m.( 8567 Stonewall Jackson Hwy, Front Royal, VA 22630), and be shuttled up to the Karo Boat Landing, where we will float (paddling/snorkeling) our way down a gentle three-mile stretch of water, taking out at the Front Royal Outdoors landing. The water is clear and there are lots of places to stop and view fish and other underwater features. The Shenandoah Riverkeeper and USFS certified freshwater snorkelers will guide the trip.

Please bring closed-toe water shoes (no flip-flops), sunscreen, and any food/drink you may need. All participants will be required to sign a liability waiver before the trip, and should have at least basic swimming/paddling skills.Additionally, the health and safety of our guests and staff are of the utmost importance to us. The outfitter sanitizes every vehicle every time that vehicle is used to transport guests. They also sanitize all equipment before it is issued to guests. Also, please be advised that all guests will be required to wear a face-covering while on Front Royal Outdoors property and in the shuttle vehicles. Paddlers will not be required to wear face-covering while on the river. Please keep your face covering dry while on the river as you will be required to wear it on once you return to the grounds of Front Royal Outdoors.

Sponsor(s):

Potomac Riverkeeper Network and U.S. Forest Service NatureWatch Program

Location:
Front Royal Outdoors
8567 Stonewall Jackson Hwy,Front Royal,VA,22630


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10 AM - 3 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Snorkeling on the Shenandoah!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/snorkel-the-shenandoah-tickets-113130889536

In partnership with the US Forest Service NatureWatch Program, we would like to invite all members of the community to a total-immersion day on the river. Bilingual (Spanish/English) guides will help us ‘dive’ into the beauty of the river in two languages.Snorkeling and kayaking/equipment will be provided for your $40/person contribution. There are also a limited number of canoes that can be rented out for $50 for two people (or two plus a small child).

These days, it can be a challenge to come together and feel safe. This is a great opportunity for you and your organization’s members to have a fun day outdoors, relax, celebrate diversity of all kinds, and learn about what is on -- and in -- the river. The river is safe, and social distancing/Covid-19 prevention protocols will be practiced diligently.

We will meet at Front Royal Outdoors at 10 a.m.( 8567 Stonewall Jackson Hwy, Front Royal, VA 22630), and be shuttled up to the Karo Boat Landing, where we will float (paddling/snorkeling) our way down a gentle three-mile stretch of water, taking out at the Front Royal Outdoors landing. The water is clear and there are lots of places to stop and view fish and other underwater features. The Shenandoah Riverkeeper and USFS certified freshwater snorkelers will guide the trip.

Please bring closed-toe water shoes (no flip-flops), sunscreen, and any food/drink you may need. All participants will be required to sign a liability waiver before the trip, and should have at least basic swimming/paddling skills.Additionally, the health and safety of our guests and staff are of the utmost importance to us. The outfitter sanitizes every vehicle every time that vehicle is used to transport guests. They also sanitize all equipment before it is issued to guests. Also, please be advised that all guests will be required to wear a face-covering while on Front Royal Outdoors property and in the shuttle vehicles. Paddlers will not be required to wear face-covering while on the river. Please keep your face covering dry while on the river as you will be required to wear it on once you return to the grounds of Front Royal Outdoors.

Location:
Front Royal Outdoors
8567 Stonewall Jackson Hwy,Front Royal,VA,22630


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10 AM - 3 PM

Virginia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Florida

Pollinator Take Over

Bees, Butterflies, Bats, Oh My!

Can modern cities, their communities, and people save pollinators? Without these animals and insects, ecosystems across the world would collapse, food and medicinal plant production which largely benefits human wellbeing would halt, and life as we know it today would ignominiously end on our blue-green marble.

Join us throughout this week for a pollinator social media takeover! Each day you will receive a pollinator coloring sheet through email, which should then be shared through social media to continue the pollinator conversation. The best coloring sheet of each day will receive a prize - whoop whoop!

Sign up here!

You can find us on social media at:@sflbeekeeping@breesbees1#withoutbeeswehavenoseeds#savethepollinators#lcw2020

Sponsor(s):

South Florida Beekeeping Association

Location:
Social Media
Home,Miami,FL,33157


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12 am - 12 am

Full Event Details | Directions

Pollinator Take Over

Bees, Butterflies, Bats, Oh My!

Can modern cities, their communities, and people save pollinators? Without these animals and insects, ecosystems across the world would collapse, food and medicinal plant production which largely benefits human wellbeing would halt, and life as we know it today would ignominiously end on our blue-green marble.

Join us throughout this week for a pollinator social media takeover! Each day you will receive a pollinator coloring sheet through email, which should then be shared through social media to continue the pollinator conversation. The best coloring sheet of each day will receive a prize - whoop whoop!

Sign up here!

You can find us on social media at:@sflbeekeeping@breesbees1#withoutbeeswehavenoseeds#savethepollinators#lcw2020

Location:
Social Media
Home,Miami,FL,33157


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12 am - 12 am

Florida
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Colorado

Latino Conservation Week in Colorado

¡Familia, La Semana de la Conservación Latina ha llegado nuevamente!

LCW es una iniciativa que comenzó en 2014 por el Hispanic Access Foundation y nos unimos para continuar esta importante tradición junto a otras organizaciones a lo largo de en todo el país. Este año, la semana se celebra del 18 al 26 de julio. El objetivo de la semana: "Disfrutando y conservando nuestra tierra".LCW fue creado para apoyar y compartir las historias de la comunidad latina al salir al aire libre y participar en actividades para proteger nuestros recursos naturales y el medio ambiente. Durante esta semana, la comunidad latina, las organizaciones sin fines de lucro, organizaciones religiosas y agencias gubernamentales en todo Estados Unidos realizarán excursiones de senderismo, pesca, rafting, caza o campamento en tierras de conservación nacional, monumentos nacionales, bosques nacionales, parques estatales y locales y otros tierras públicas, para aprender sobre los esfuerzos de conservación en su comunidad y mostrar su apoyo para proteger permanentemente nuestra tierra, agua y aire.

Te invitamos seguirnos esta semana para aprender más a través de videos, escuchando historias en el podcast "Go West, Young Podcast" y saliendo al exterior con tu familia de forma responsable. Ayúdanos a correr la voz compartiendo nuestros videos y usando el #LCW2020 #latinoconservationweek #colorado

Familia, Latino Conservation Week (LCW) is here!

LCW is an initiative that began in 2014 by the Hispanic Access Foundation and has carried on this tradition with partners throughout the country. This year, the week is celebrated from July 18-26. The goal of the week: “Disfrutando y conservando nuestra tierra,” which translates to “enjoying and conserving our lands.”LCW was created to support and share the stories of the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources. During this week, Latino community, nonprofits, faith-based organizations and government agencies across the United States will go on hiking, fishing, rafting, hunting or camping outings in national conservation lands, national monuments, national forest, state and local parks and other public lands, to learn about conservation efforts in their community, and show their support for permanently protecting our land, water and air.

We invite you to follow us this week and enjoy videos, storytelling and "Go West, Young Podcast" to learn more about how latinos conserving our land. Also take this time to go outdoors and share your love for our land through pictures and stories on social media using these hashtags so we can all join the celebration virtually. #LCW2020 #latinoconservationweek #colorado

Sponsor(s):

Continental Divide Trail Coalition, Protégete: Nuestro futuro vale la lucha, Latino Conservation Week, Wilderness Workshop and Defiende Nuestra Tierra, The Wilderness Society

Location:
Online
Online,Your house,CO,80401


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
All dya - All day

Full Event Details | Directions

Latino Conservation Week in Colorado

¡Familia, La Semana de la Conservación Latina ha llegado nuevamente!

LCW es una iniciativa que comenzó en 2014 por el Hispanic Access Foundation y nos unimos para continuar esta importante tradición junto a otras organizaciones a lo largo de en todo el país. Este año, la semana se celebra del 18 al 26 de julio. El objetivo de la semana: "Disfrutando y conservando nuestra tierra".LCW fue creado para apoyar y compartir las historias de la comunidad latina al salir al aire libre y participar en actividades para proteger nuestros recursos naturales y el medio ambiente. Durante esta semana, la comunidad latina, las organizaciones sin fines de lucro, organizaciones religiosas y agencias gubernamentales en todo Estados Unidos realizarán excursiones de senderismo, pesca, rafting, caza o campamento en tierras de conservación nacional, monumentos nacionales, bosques nacionales, parques estatales y locales y otros tierras públicas, para aprender sobre los esfuerzos de conservación en su comunidad y mostrar su apoyo para proteger permanentemente nuestra tierra, agua y aire.

Te invitamos seguirnos esta semana para aprender más a través de videos, escuchando historias en el podcast "Go West, Young Podcast" y saliendo al exterior con tu familia de forma responsable. Ayúdanos a correr la voz compartiendo nuestros videos y usando el #LCW2020 #latinoconservationweek #colorado

Familia, Latino Conservation Week (LCW) is here!

LCW is an initiative that began in 2014 by the Hispanic Access Foundation and has carried on this tradition with partners throughout the country. This year, the week is celebrated from July 18-26. The goal of the week: “Disfrutando y conservando nuestra tierra,” which translates to “enjoying and conserving our lands.”LCW was created to support and share the stories of the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources. During this week, Latino community, nonprofits, faith-based organizations and government agencies across the United States will go on hiking, fishing, rafting, hunting or camping outings in national conservation lands, national monuments, national forest, state and local parks and other public lands, to learn about conservation efforts in their community, and show their support for permanently protecting our land, water and air.

We invite you to follow us this week and enjoy videos, storytelling and "Go West, Young Podcast" to learn more about how latinos conserving our land. Also take this time to go outdoors and share your love for our land through pictures and stories on social media using these hashtags so we can all join the celebration virtually. #LCW2020 #latinoconservationweek #colorado

Location:
Online
Online,Your house,CO,80401


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
All dya - All day

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | California

Latino Conservation Week

La Semana de Conservación Latina está muy cerca de nuestros corazones aquí en el Mojave Desert Land Trust.

Los temas nacionales de este año están enfatizando el papel latino en la conservación, aprovechando la pasión latina por el aire libre, y mejorando las vidas de esta generación y futuras generaciones. A partir del 18 de julio, estamos encantados de traerte una semana de actividades donde todos podemos aprender sobre la cultura latina y la pasión por nuestro entorno natural.

El 18 de julio, lanzaremos nuestra versión de Loteria Chalupa con una mezcla de acertijos culturales y de conservación. Descarga la tarjeta del juego busca las pistas diarias en Facebook, Instagram y Twitter. Obtiene tres cuadrados en una fila y te puedes presentar en nuestros canales sociales! Cual papel creciente juegan los latinos en la conservación y protección de nuestras tierras públicas? A través de la narración personal, aprende cómo personas de diferentes orígenes desarrollaron una pasión por el aire libre y están trabajando hacia una mayor conciencia de conservación para sí mismos y para los demás.

El 20 de Julio, Cindy Holland hablará de venir orgullosamente de tres generaciones de mujeres latinas, su conexión con el medio ambiente y la búsqueda del sueño americano.

El 21 de Julio, Qué es la conservación? Acompaña a Cindy Holland, para una introducción al Mojave Desert Land Trust y como protegemos los valores naturales, culturales y escénicos del desierto de California.

El 23 de Julio, escuche a Ernesto Frías y a su hijo hablar sobre el mundo natural y sus esperanzas y sueños.

El 25 de Julio, nuestros amigos del COFEM compartirán sobre su trabajo en justicia ambiental y mejorar el acceso de los latinos a las tierras públicas.

El 22 de Julio ¡Desafía tu conocimiento del desierto! Elige tu propia aventura mientras juegas a través de tres rondas de actividades de aprendizaje del desierto. El juego se enfoca en tres ideas principales: Flora, Fauna, Sistema de la Naturaleza y Conservación. Los estudiantes podrán elegir actividades que ayudan a aprender, moverse, escribir y sonar como las plantas y los animales del desierto.

El 24 de Julio, puedes unirte a MDLT “Land Steward” Luke Basulto para un Show & Tell de Herpetología. Dará un recorrido virtual de el trabajo de rescate de tortugas del desierto de su familia en Barstow y hablará sobre su experiencia en herpetología. Esta presentación estará disponible para ver en nuestro canal de YouTube

Sponsor(s):

MDLT

Location:
Virtual
mdlt.org/latinoconservationweek,Joshua Tree,CA,92252


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
8:00AM - 10pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Latino Conservation Week

La Semana de Conservación Latina está muy cerca de nuestros corazones aquí en el Mojave Desert Land Trust.

Los temas nacionales de este año están enfatizando el papel latino en la conservación, aprovechando la pasión latina por el aire libre, y mejorando las vidas de esta generación y futuras generaciones. A partir del 18 de julio, estamos encantados de traerte una semana de actividades donde todos podemos aprender sobre la cultura latina y la pasión por nuestro entorno natural.

El 18 de julio, lanzaremos nuestra versión de Loteria Chalupa con una mezcla de acertijos culturales y de conservación. Descarga la tarjeta del juego busca las pistas diarias en Facebook, Instagram y Twitter. Obtiene tres cuadrados en una fila y te puedes presentar en nuestros canales sociales! Cual papel creciente juegan los latinos en la conservación y protección de nuestras tierras públicas? A través de la narración personal, aprende cómo personas de diferentes orígenes desarrollaron una pasión por el aire libre y están trabajando hacia una mayor conciencia de conservación para sí mismos y para los demás.

El 20 de Julio, Cindy Holland hablará de venir orgullosamente de tres generaciones de mujeres latinas, su conexión con el medio ambiente y la búsqueda del sueño americano.

El 21 de Julio, Qué es la conservación? Acompaña a Cindy Holland, para una introducción al Mojave Desert Land Trust y como protegemos los valores naturales, culturales y escénicos del desierto de California.

El 23 de Julio, escuche a Ernesto Frías y a su hijo hablar sobre el mundo natural y sus esperanzas y sueños.

El 25 de Julio, nuestros amigos del COFEM compartirán sobre su trabajo en justicia ambiental y mejorar el acceso de los latinos a las tierras públicas.

El 22 de Julio ¡Desafía tu conocimiento del desierto! Elige tu propia aventura mientras juegas a través de tres rondas de actividades de aprendizaje del desierto. El juego se enfoca en tres ideas principales: Flora, Fauna, Sistema de la Naturaleza y Conservación. Los estudiantes podrán elegir actividades que ayudan a aprender, moverse, escribir y sonar como las plantas y los animales del desierto.

El 24 de Julio, puedes unirte a MDLT “Land Steward” Luke Basulto para un Show & Tell de Herpetología. Dará un recorrido virtual de el trabajo de rescate de tortugas del desierto de su familia en Barstow y hablará sobre su experiencia en herpetología. Esta presentación estará disponible para ver en nuestro canal de YouTube

Location:
Virtual
mdlt.org/latinoconservationweek,Joshua Tree,CA,92252


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
8:00AM - 10pm

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | Colorado

We Are Rivers: Latino Conservation Week and Ocean Conservation

“We Are Rivers” takes its listeners on a journey to tell the stories of rivers and the important relationship they have with us. It explores the culture and history of the west and our nation by talking with adventurers, writers, water experts, and artists about their connection to rivers, and how they impact their lives. The podcast series covers a wide array of topics across the Colorado Basin and other rivers across the country.

On July 22, 2020, we'll be releasing our next podcast episode, focusing on Latino Conservation Week and Oceans Conservation work by Hispanic Access Foundation. We'll learn about Latino Conservation Week and hear some great stories shared by Hispanic Access' Oceans Advisory Council. This will be a two-part episode, with the first episode launching on July 22.

Podcast will go live at 12:00 am on Wednesday, July 22 here

Sponsor(s):

American Rivers, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Online
We Are Rivers,Golden,CO,80401


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

We Are Rivers: Latino Conservation Week and Ocean Conservation

“We Are Rivers” takes its listeners on a journey to tell the stories of rivers and the important relationship they have with us. It explores the culture and history of the west and our nation by talking with adventurers, writers, water experts, and artists about their connection to rivers, and how they impact their lives. The podcast series covers a wide array of topics across the Colorado Basin and other rivers across the country.

On July 22, 2020, we'll be releasing our next podcast episode, focusing on Latino Conservation Week and Oceans Conservation work by Hispanic Access Foundation. We'll learn about Latino Conservation Week and hear some great stories shared by Hispanic Access' Oceans Advisory Council. This will be a two-part episode, with the first episode launching on July 22.

Podcast will go live at 12:00 am on Wednesday, July 22 here

Location:
Online
We Are Rivers,Golden,CO,80401


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 17, 2020 | Virginia

Trout Unlimited Free Membership During LCW2020

Trout Unlimited is proud to partner with Hispanic Access Foundation to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.TU is offering a complimentary one year introductory membership for anyone celebrating and supporting Latino Conservation Week and for the next year, you'll receive all the benefits of a paid membership. You'll also become part of a growing community with more than 420 local chapters and state councils led by volunteers across the country who enjoy angling and work together to keep America's rivers cold, clean and fishable.Together, we can make our fisheries healthier, our communities more connected and protect and improve angling opportunities for the next generation.

Please join us in this important work.

Click here to join Trout Unlimited for free: https://gifts.tu.org/joinHAF

Sponsor(s):

Trout Unlimited

Location:
Trout Unlimited
1777 N Kent Street, Suite 100,Arlington,VA,22209


Date & time:
July 17, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Trout Unlimited Free Membership During LCW2020

Trout Unlimited is proud to partner with Hispanic Access Foundation to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.TU is offering a complimentary one year introductory membership for anyone celebrating and supporting Latino Conservation Week and for the next year, you'll receive all the benefits of a paid membership. You'll also become part of a growing community with more than 420 local chapters and state councils led by volunteers across the country who enjoy angling and work together to keep America's rivers cold, clean and fishable.Together, we can make our fisheries healthier, our communities more connected and protect and improve angling opportunities for the next generation.

Please join us in this important work.

Click here to join Trout Unlimited for free: https://gifts.tu.org/joinHAF

Location:
Trout Unlimited
1777 N Kent Street, Suite 100,Arlington,VA,22209


Date & time:
July 17, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Virginia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/17/2020

Yes
Inperson
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 conservation field and the Chesapeake Bay community.

Sponsor(s):

National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office

Location:
Zoom
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ewMYure0SeCYVqAmhNcMZw,Annapolis,MD,21403


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
4:00 PM EST - 5:30 PM EST

Full Event Details | Directions

"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 conservation field and the Chesapeake Bay community.

Location:
Zoom
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ewMYure0SeCYVqAmhNcMZw,Annapolis,MD,21403


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
4:00 PM EST - 5:30 PM EST

Maryland
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
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 for the next listening session in our video series “We Need to Talk” as we explore the intersections of race and conservation. A group of Latinx conservationists will share their perspectives on culture as conservation, diversity in Chesapeake outdoors spaces, and intersectionality in the conservation field.

Sponsor(s):

National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office

Location:
Zoom
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PStVSwXARw-pdJ0Z70eubQ,Annapolis,MD,21403


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
12:00 PM EST - 1:30 PM EST

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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 for the next listening session in our video series “We Need to Talk” as we explore the intersections of race and conservation. A group of Latinx conservationists will share their perspectives on culture as conservation, diversity in Chesapeake outdoors spaces, and intersectionality in the conservation field.

Location:
Zoom
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PStVSwXARw-pdJ0Z70eubQ,Annapolis,MD,21403


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
12:00 PM EST - 1:30 PM EST

Maryland
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2020 | District of Columbia

LatinxHikers IG Takeover

Y'all remember last year when a group of us went out with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and got on the Appalachian Trail to rerouted a small section of it? Well, this year due to COVID-19 we're switching things up a little.⁠⠀⁠⠀

Wherever you are, let's kickstart Latino Conservation Week #LCW2020 by tuning into our stories on Sunday. ⁠⠀⁠⠀

I will be live-streaming this July 19th at 4 PM EST. Following this live-stream, the goal is to get people outside and use social media to bring awareness to the conservancies that maintain and take care of the trails we enjoy. As many of you might know, many of our trails are maintained by organizations that get volunteers to help care for them. ⁠⠀⁠⠀

There will be awesome giveaways for people who choose to participate! (participation guidelines below) We invite you to join us by getting outside, hiking a trail near you, and bringing awareness to your local conservancies!⁠⠀⁠⠀

When? ⁠⠀

Virtual Hike: July 19th @ 4 EST⁠⠀

Participation must be anytime between July 18-26⁠⠀

Where: Any trail you choose⁠⠀⁠⠀

Guidelines:⁠⠀Any time between July 18-26, post your hike on Instagram via stories or posts. Tag your location and @latinxhikers to enter for a chance to win Marmot, Hydro Flask, and Osprey giveaways. We also want hikers to do their research and find out what conservancy or organization cares for the trail they are on with hopes this will inspire people to volunteer at these organizations in the future. You will have to tag the organization on the post/story as well!⁠⠀

DM @latinxhikers on Instagram for more information!

Sponsor(s):

LatinxHikers

Location:
Any trail you choose
Near you,Your city,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
4 pm EST - 5 pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

LatinxHikers IG Takeover

Y'all remember last year when a group of us went out with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and got on the Appalachian Trail to rerouted a small section of it? Well, this year due to COVID-19 we're switching things up a little.⁠⠀⁠⠀

Wherever you are, let's kickstart Latino Conservation Week #LCW2020 by tuning into our stories on Sunday. ⁠⠀⁠⠀

I will be live-streaming this July 19th at 4 PM EST. Following this live-stream, the goal is to get people outside and use social media to bring awareness to the conservancies that maintain and take care of the trails we enjoy. As many of you might know, many of our trails are maintained by organizations that get volunteers to help care for them. ⁠⠀⁠⠀

There will be awesome giveaways for people who choose to participate! (participation guidelines below) We invite you to join us by getting outside, hiking a trail near you, and bringing awareness to your local conservancies!⁠⠀⁠⠀

When? ⁠⠀

Virtual Hike: July 19th @ 4 EST⁠⠀

Participation must be anytime between July 18-26⁠⠀

Where: Any trail you choose⁠⠀⁠⠀

Guidelines:⁠⠀Any time between July 18-26, post your hike on Instagram via stories or posts. Tag your location and @latinxhikers to enter for a chance to win Marmot, Hydro Flask, and Osprey giveaways. We also want hikers to do their research and find out what conservancy or organization cares for the trail they are on with hopes this will inspire people to volunteer at these organizations in the future. You will have to tag the organization on the post/story as well!⁠⠀

DM @latinxhikers on Instagram for more information!

Location:
Any trail you choose
Near you,Your city,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 19, 2020 - July 19, 2020
4 pm EST - 5 pm EST

District of Columbia
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07/19/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 18, 2020 | Texas

Semana de Conservación Latina

Programa Especial de Radio sobre Latino Conservation Week. Tratando temas sobre:1. Conservación del Rio Grande, 2. Conservando la South Padre Island, 3. Santana Park, 4. Cuidando el agua, 5. Nuestra responsabilidad de conservar, 6. Enseñando a otros a conservar, 7. La Pandemia y la conservación, 8. Los desechos y la conservación, 9. Comunicándonos con nuestros congresistas.

Sponsor(s):

Radio Poder de Dios e Iglesia Poder de Dios

Location:
www.radiopoderdedios.org 100.7 FM KPDW-LP www.iglesiapoderdedios.org
1308 S Veteran Blvd,Pharr,TX,78577


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:00 pm (Central Time) - 1:00 pm (Central Time)

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Semana de Conservación Latina

Programa Especial de Radio sobre Latino Conservation Week. Tratando temas sobre:1. Conservación del Rio Grande, 2. Conservando la South Padre Island, 3. Santana Park, 4. Cuidando el agua, 5. Nuestra responsabilidad de conservar, 6. Enseñando a otros a conservar, 7. La Pandemia y la conservación, 8. Los desechos y la conservación, 9. Comunicándonos con nuestros congresistas.

Location:
www.radiopoderdedios.org 100.7 FM KPDW-LP www.iglesiapoderdedios.org
1308 S Veteran Blvd,Pharr,TX,78577


Date & time:
July 18, 2020 - July 26, 2020
12:00 pm (Central Time) - 1:00 pm (Central Time)

Texas
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | California

Tierras públicas y salud pública: el valor de salir al aire libre

La conexión de la naturaleza y de la salud cubre una inmensa cantidad de temas, disciplinas y caminos.

En este seminario web, discutiremos la intersección de la salud física y mental, la recreación y la conservación.Nuestros invitados incluyen:

  • Ángeles Small- Coordinadora de Servicios Comunitarios, Logrando Bienestar- Condado de Ventura
  • Dr. Alejandro Andrade, médico, Centro médico del condado de Ventura
  • Graciela Cabello, Directora de Participación Juvenil y Comunitaria, Los Padres ForestWatch
  • Jessica Vargas, Coordinadora, Padres Juntos Promoviendo La Educación
  • Rae Vargas, Terapeuta de Santa Babara County Department of Behavioral Wellness

Seminario web el miércoles 22 de julio de 202012pmRegistro: LPFW.org/SaludWebinario

Sponsor(s):

Los Padres ForestWatch, Logrando Bienestar, Ventura County Medical Center, Padres Juntos Promoviendo La Educación, Hispanic Access Foundation, Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness 

Location:
Webinario: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7842367148995521035
Webinario: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7842367148995521035,oxnard,CA,93032


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
12n - 1p

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Tierras públicas y salud pública: el valor de salir al aire libre

La conexión de la naturaleza y de la salud cubre una inmensa cantidad de temas, disciplinas y caminos.

En este seminario web, discutiremos la intersección de la salud física y mental, la recreación y la conservación.Nuestros invitados incluyen:

  • Ángeles Small- Coordinadora de Servicios Comunitarios, Logrando Bienestar- Condado de Ventura
  • Dr. Alejandro Andrade, médico, Centro médico del condado de Ventura
  • Graciela Cabello, Directora de Participación Juvenil y Comunitaria, Los Padres ForestWatch
  • Jessica Vargas, Coordinadora, Padres Juntos Promoviendo La Educación
  • Rae Vargas, Terapeuta de Santa Babara County Department of Behavioral Wellness

Seminario web el miércoles 22 de julio de 202012pmRegistro: LPFW.org/SaludWebinario

Location:
Webinario: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7842367148995521035
Webinario: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7842367148995521035,oxnard,CA,93032


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
12n - 1p

California
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | California

Descubra los parques - Salamandra esbelta de California

Hay muchos animalitos compartiendo el ecosistema local con nosotros. Conozca uno de los anfibios asombrosos viviendo aquí mismo en el este de la bahía. Naturalista Claudia nos ayuda descubrir como observar estos animalitos con respeto.

Sponsor(s):

East Bay Regional Park District

Location:
East Bay Regional Park District - Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/EastBayParks/ ,Oakland,CA,94605


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
9:00 - 9:05

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Descubra los parques - Salamandra esbelta de California

Hay muchos animalitos compartiendo el ecosistema local con nosotros. Conozca uno de los anfibios asombrosos viviendo aquí mismo en el este de la bahía. Naturalista Claudia nos ayuda descubrir como observar estos animalitos con respeto.

Location:
East Bay Regional Park District - Facebook Page
https://www.facebook.com/EastBayParks/ ,Oakland,CA,94605


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
9:00 - 9:05

California
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07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Massachusetts

Youtube Night & Discussion: Water & Labor Rights

Join us on Saturday July 25, 2020 from 7:00pm-8:00pm EST to watch two mini documentaries on YouTube and discuss topics on water rights in Chile and the rights of Mexican workers. The two videos are titled Avocado Wars: The Battle Over Water Rights in Chile (PBS) and The Fruits of Mexico's Cheap Labor (Vice. )

The mini documentaries are available on youtube and have spanish subtitles! We will be streaming from zoom, but if there are any connection issues the links for the documentary will also be available!

If you are interested in being part of the youtube movie night please fill out this google doc below: https://forms.gle/4YNK2346unYHUCYU6

Acompañanos este Julio 25, 2020 (7:00pm -8:00pm EST) a ver dos películas en Youtube sobre la discusión de los derechos del agua en Chile y los derechos de los trabajadores Mexicanos ¡Los dos documentales están disponibles en YouTube y tienen subtítulos en español! Estaremos transmitiendo desde zoom, pero están disponibles en youtube.

Si están interesados en ser parte de la noche de películas de YouTube, completen este formulario de Google: https://forms.gle/4YNK2346unYHUCYU6

Sponsor(s):

Latino Heritage Internship Program, Hispanic Access Foundation, Minute Man National Historical Park

Location:
Virtual
Virtual ,Virtual ,MA,01742


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
7:00pm EST - 8:00pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

Youtube Night & Discussion: Water & Labor Rights

Join us on Saturday July 25, 2020 from 7:00pm-8:00pm EST to watch two mini documentaries on YouTube and discuss topics on water rights in Chile and the rights of Mexican workers. The two videos are titled Avocado Wars: The Battle Over Water Rights in Chile (PBS) and The Fruits of Mexico's Cheap Labor (Vice. )

The mini documentaries are available on youtube and have spanish subtitles! We will be streaming from zoom, but if there are any connection issues the links for the documentary will also be available!

If you are interested in being part of the youtube movie night please fill out this google doc below: https://forms.gle/4YNK2346unYHUCYU6

Acompañanos este Julio 25, 2020 (7:00pm -8:00pm EST) a ver dos películas en Youtube sobre la discusión de los derechos del agua en Chile y los derechos de los trabajadores Mexicanos ¡Los dos documentales están disponibles en YouTube y tienen subtítulos en español! Estaremos transmitiendo desde zoom, pero están disponibles en youtube.

Si están interesados en ser parte de la noche de películas de YouTube, completen este formulario de Google: https://forms.gle/4YNK2346unYHUCYU6

Location:
Virtual
Virtual ,Virtual ,MA,01742


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
7:00pm EST - 8:00pm EST

Massachusetts
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | California

Latinx Conservation Week

Join us for a casual conversation with Latinx Leaders on the Central Coast. We'll highlight existing enviornemental and conservation work in the region and the barriers and opportunities to creating a stronger movement amongst the Latinx community.

Our guest speakers include:
• Gloria Sanchez-Arreola, Outreach Coordinator, Wilderness Youth Project
• Ana Rosa Rizo, Senior Organizer, Food and Water Watch/Action
• Lucia Marquez, Policy Advocate, Central Coast United for a Sustainable Economy
• Xochitl Clare, Marine Biologist & STEAM Educator, University of California, Santa Barbara
• Graciela Cabello, Director of Youth and Community Engagement, Los Padres ForestWatch  

Sponsor(s):

Los Padres Forest Watch, La Casa de La Raza, Wilderness Youth Project, Food and Water Watch, CAUSE, University of California, Santa Barbara 

Location:
@LPForestWatch
@LPForestWatch,Santa Barbara,CA,93111


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 23, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Latinx Conservation Week

Join us for a casual conversation with Latinx Leaders on the Central Coast. We'll highlight existing enviornemental and conservation work in the region and the barriers and opportunities to creating a stronger movement amongst the Latinx community.

Our guest speakers include:
• Gloria Sanchez-Arreola, Outreach Coordinator, Wilderness Youth Project
• Ana Rosa Rizo, Senior Organizer, Food and Water Watch/Action
• Lucia Marquez, Policy Advocate, Central Coast United for a Sustainable Economy
• Xochitl Clare, Marine Biologist & STEAM Educator, University of California, Santa Barbara
• Graciela Cabello, Director of Youth and Community Engagement, Los Padres ForestWatch  

Location:
@LPForestWatch
@LPForestWatch,Santa Barbara,CA,93111


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 23, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

California
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2020 | North Carolina

Touch Tank Tuesday

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, Touch Tank Tuesday Live will be taking a fun field trip to visit Ecological Marine Adventures to learn the Spanish names and phrases of some of our favorite coastal critters!

Sponsor(s):

North Carolina Coastal Federation and Ecological Marine Adventures

Location:
Facebook Live
106 N. Topsail Drive ,Surf City ,NC,28445


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
10:00am - 11:00am

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Touch Tank Tuesday

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, Touch Tank Tuesday Live will be taking a fun field trip to visit Ecological Marine Adventures to learn the Spanish names and phrases of some of our favorite coastal critters!

Location:
Facebook Live
106 N. Topsail Drive ,Surf City ,NC,28445


Date & time:
July 21, 2020 - July 21, 2020
10:00am - 11:00am

North Carolina
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07/21/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | Utah

Facebook Live: ¡Somos lo que comemos / We are what we eat - La Milpa

Join Wasatch Community Gardens and Artes de Mexico en Utah for a live discussion and Q&A about La Milpa and the Three Sisters and how indigeneous people use a cosmological system to relate to nature. We'll also talk about the significance that corn and her "sisters" have in indigeneous cultures.

Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, Artest de Mexico en Utah's Executive Director, and Ana Martinez, Wasatch Community Gardens' School Garden Program Manager, will lead this engaging engaging workshop, which part of the larger Sabores de Mi Patria program. We hope you'll join us!

Acompaños en esta charla en vivo en la que Wasatch Community Gardens y Artes de México en Utah conversarán sobre el legado cultural y sustentable de la Milpa, así como de su valor cosmológico en relación con la naturaleza y como símbolo de identidad en comunidades indígenas. Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, directora ejecutiva de Artes de México en Utah, y Ana Martínez, Coordinadora del programa de huertos escolares de Wasatch Community Gardens, dirigirán esta amena platica como parte del programa Sabores de Mi Patria. ¡Te esperamos!

Sponsor(s):

Wasatch Community Gardens, Artes de Mexico en Utah

Location:
Facebook - Wasatch Community Gardens and Artes de Mexico en Utah pages
https://www.facebook.com/events/282996739707545/,Salt Lake City,UT,84101


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
4:30 PM MST - 5:30 PM MST

Full Event Details | Directions

Facebook Live: ¡Somos lo que comemos / We are what we eat - La Milpa

Join Wasatch Community Gardens and Artes de Mexico en Utah for a live discussion and Q&A about La Milpa and the Three Sisters and how indigeneous people use a cosmological system to relate to nature. We'll also talk about the significance that corn and her "sisters" have in indigeneous cultures.

Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, Artest de Mexico en Utah's Executive Director, and Ana Martinez, Wasatch Community Gardens' School Garden Program Manager, will lead this engaging engaging workshop, which part of the larger Sabores de Mi Patria program. We hope you'll join us!

Acompaños en esta charla en vivo en la que Wasatch Community Gardens y Artes de México en Utah conversarán sobre el legado cultural y sustentable de la Milpa, así como de su valor cosmológico en relación con la naturaleza y como símbolo de identidad en comunidades indígenas. Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, directora ejecutiva de Artes de México en Utah, y Ana Martínez, Coordinadora del programa de huertos escolares de Wasatch Community Gardens, dirigirán esta amena platica como parte del programa Sabores de Mi Patria. ¡Te esperamos!

Location:
Facebook - Wasatch Community Gardens and Artes de Mexico en Utah pages
https://www.facebook.com/events/282996739707545/,Salt Lake City,UT,84101


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
4:30 PM MST - 5:30 PM MST

Utah
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | California

Kelp Forest Lotería

Join the Monterey Bay Aquarium for a game of Kelp Forest lotería! On Wednesday, July 22, we’ll be playing a live game of Aquarium-themed lotería on social media. Our staff will play lotería with custom cards while discussing fishes, sharks and other wildlife that call our Kelp Forest exhibit home.

The fun begins at 3:30 p.m. PT.

Visit MontereyBayAquarium.org/loteria for more details.

Sponsor(s):

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Location:
MontereyBayAquarium.org/loteria
https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/loteria,Monterey,CA,93940


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
3:30 p.m. PT - 4:30 p.m. PT

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Kelp Forest Lotería

Join the Monterey Bay Aquarium for a game of Kelp Forest lotería! On Wednesday, July 22, we’ll be playing a live game of Aquarium-themed lotería on social media. Our staff will play lotería with custom cards while discussing fishes, sharks and other wildlife that call our Kelp Forest exhibit home.

The fun begins at 3:30 p.m. PT.

Visit MontereyBayAquarium.org/loteria for more details.

Location:
MontereyBayAquarium.org/loteria
https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/loteria,Monterey,CA,93940


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
3:30 p.m. PT - 4:30 p.m. PT

California
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | Massachusetts

Virtual Concord River Clean-up

This is a partnership with The Wild & Scenic Rivers. The event will take place through facebook live (https://www.facebook.com/MinuteManNPS/) from 8:00 - 11:00 am EST.

Feel free to join us from the comfort of your home with a cup of coffee on hand! Make some plant and wildlife observations with us or take a closer peak of the Concord River in Massachusetts! There are also ways to maintain social distancing guidelines and clean up your neighborhoods,parks, and town. While still maintaining COVID-19 safety guidelines for you and everyone's wellbeing! Latino Outdoors have resources available publicly in english and spanish (https://latinooutdoors.org/).

Esta es una asociación con The Wild & Scenic Rivers. El evento se llevará a cabo a través de Facebook Live (https://www.facebook.com/MinuteManNPS/) 8:00 - 11:00 am EST, ¡únase con nosotros desde la comodidad de su hogar con una taza de café en mano! ¡Haga algunas observaciones de plantas y medioambientales con nosotros o eche un vistazo al río Concord en Massachusetts! También hay formas de mantener las reglas de distanciamiento social de COVID-19 y limpiar sus vecindarios, parques y ciudades. ¡Para la salud de usted y todos! Latino Outdoors tiene recursos disponibles públicamente en inglés y español (https://latinooutdoors.org/)

Sponsor(s):

Latino Heritage Internship Program, Hispanic Access Foundation, Minute Man National Historical Park, Wild & Scenic Rivers

Location:
Virtual
Join here: https://www.facebook.com/MinuteManNPS/,Facebook live @MinuteManNPS ,MA,01742


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
8:00 am - 11:00 am EST

Full Event Details | Directions

Virtual Concord River Clean-up

This is a partnership with The Wild & Scenic Rivers. The event will take place through facebook live (https://www.facebook.com/MinuteManNPS/) from 8:00 - 11:00 am EST.

Feel free to join us from the comfort of your home with a cup of coffee on hand! Make some plant and wildlife observations with us or take a closer peak of the Concord River in Massachusetts! There are also ways to maintain social distancing guidelines and clean up your neighborhoods,parks, and town. While still maintaining COVID-19 safety guidelines for you and everyone's wellbeing! Latino Outdoors have resources available publicly in english and spanish (https://latinooutdoors.org/).

Esta es una asociación con The Wild & Scenic Rivers. El evento se llevará a cabo a través de Facebook Live (https://www.facebook.com/MinuteManNPS/) 8:00 - 11:00 am EST, ¡únase con nosotros desde la comodidad de su hogar con una taza de café en mano! ¡Haga algunas observaciones de plantas y medioambientales con nosotros o eche un vistazo al río Concord en Massachusetts! También hay formas de mantener las reglas de distanciamiento social de COVID-19 y limpiar sus vecindarios, parques y ciudades. ¡Para la salud de usted y todos! Latino Outdoors tiene recursos disponibles públicamente en inglés y español (https://latinooutdoors.org/)

Location:
Virtual
Join here: https://www.facebook.com/MinuteManNPS/,Facebook live @MinuteManNPS ,MA,01742


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
8:00 am - 11:00 am EST

Massachusetts
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | Florida

Birds as Connection

Join us for a panel discussion with Latinx members of the Audubon Florida network in celebration of Latino Conservation Week. Birds as Connection is a broad conversation about how birds unite people of diverse backgrounds and interest

Sponsor(s):

Audubon Florida, National Audubon Society

Location:
Zoom & Facebook Live
https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9KT4PQ5KQg2KN8u9dfMD6Q,Tallahassee ,FL,32301


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
1:00 pm EST - 2:30 pm EST

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Birds as Connection

Join us for a panel discussion with Latinx members of the Audubon Florida network in celebration of Latino Conservation Week. Birds as Connection is a broad conversation about how birds unite people of diverse backgrounds and interest

Location:
Zoom & Facebook Live
https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9KT4PQ5KQg2KN8u9dfMD6Q,Tallahassee ,FL,32301


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
1:00 pm EST - 2:30 pm EST

Florida
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | Florida

Las Aves Nos Conectan

Acompáñenos en una mesa redonda con miembros Latinx de la red Audubon Florida.Las Aves Nos Conectan es una conversación sobre cómo las aves unen a personas de diversos orígenes e intereses.Este evento es en inglés.

Sponsor(s):

Audubon Florida, National Audubon Society

Location:
Zoom & Facebook Live
https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9KT4PQ5KQg2KN8u9dfMD6Q,Tallahassee,FL,32301


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
1:00 pm EST - 2:30 pm EST

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Las Aves Nos Conectan

Acompáñenos en una mesa redonda con miembros Latinx de la red Audubon Florida.Las Aves Nos Conectan es una conversación sobre cómo las aves unen a personas de diversos orígenes e intereses.Este evento es en inglés.

Location:
Zoom & Facebook Live
https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9KT4PQ5KQg2KN8u9dfMD6Q,Tallahassee,FL,32301


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
1:00 pm EST - 2:30 pm EST

Florida
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2020 | Colorado

Nuestras tierras públicas locales

Únase al personal de Sheep Mountain Alliance y el Servicio Forestal el miércoles 22 de julio a las 5:00 p.m. para una presentación sobre nuestras tierras públicas locales. ¡Esta es una oportunidad para aprender más y hacer preguntas! La presentación será en Facebook en vivo en la página de Facebook de Sheep Mountain Alliance. ¡Espero verte allí!

Sponsor(s):

Sheep Mountain Alliance

Location:
Online
Online,Telluride,CO,81435


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
5:00 - 5:30

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Nuestras tierras públicas locales

Únase al personal de Sheep Mountain Alliance y el Servicio Forestal el miércoles 22 de julio a las 5:00 p.m. para una presentación sobre nuestras tierras públicas locales. ¡Esta es una oportunidad para aprender más y hacer preguntas! La presentación será en Facebook en vivo en la página de Facebook de Sheep Mountain Alliance. ¡Espero verte allí!

Location:
Online
Online,Telluride,CO,81435


Date & time:
July 22, 2020 - July 22, 2020
5:00 - 5:30

Colorado
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2020 | Arkansas

Brown Voices Rising: Stories of Conservation and the Outdoors

Join Sierra Club staff and volunteers as they discuss the power of intersectionality and an inclusive environmental movement beyond settler colonial mentality. Presenters will share personal stories about respectful relationships with land, people, and wildlife; working beyond diversity and the development of BIPOC issues/committee in the AZ Grand Canyon Chapter.

View the webinar here: sc.org/brownvoices  

Sponsor(s):

Sierra Club

Location:
Virtual
430 E Lester St.,Tucson,AZ,85705


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10:00 am (AZT) - 11:00 am (AZT)

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Brown Voices Rising: Stories of Conservation and the Outdoors

Join Sierra Club staff and volunteers as they discuss the power of intersectionality and an inclusive environmental movement beyond settler colonial mentality. Presenters will share personal stories about respectful relationships with land, people, and wildlife; working beyond diversity and the development of BIPOC issues/committee in the AZ Grand Canyon Chapter.

View the webinar here: sc.org/brownvoices  

Location:
Virtual
430 E Lester St.,Tucson,AZ,85705


Date & time:
July 24, 2020 - July 24, 2020
10:00 am (AZT) - 11:00 am (AZT)

Arkansas
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Florida

Celebremos el Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive: Latino Conservation

Spanish-speaking Wildlife Drive Ambassadors will provide information on how best to visit the extremely popular 11-mile Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, which is part of the St. Johns River Water Management District’s lake restoration area for Lake Apopka. The Wildlife Drive, which is free, is famous for its diversity of bird life and alligators. It is a fun and relaxing place to go for families. #LCW2020

Sponsor(s):

Orange Audubon Society

Location:
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
2850 Lust Road,Apopka,FL,32703


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Celebremos el Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive: Latino Conservation

Spanish-speaking Wildlife Drive Ambassadors will provide information on how best to visit the extremely popular 11-mile Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive, which is part of the St. Johns River Water Management District’s lake restoration area for Lake Apopka. The Wildlife Drive, which is free, is famous for its diversity of bird life and alligators. It is a fun and relaxing place to go for families. #LCW2020

Location:
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
2850 Lust Road,Apopka,FL,32703


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Florida
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
June 25, 2020 | Colorado

Contact-less Community Distribution of Navigation, Nutrition, and Grow Kits//Distribución Comunitaria sin Contacto de Paquetes de Navegación, Nutrición y Cultivo

Contact-less Community Distribution of Navigation, Nutrition, and Grow Kits Latino Outdoors is collaborating with ViVe Wellness, Denver Urban Gardens, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife to keep Latino Conservation Week going with a Contactless Community Distribution of Navigation, Nutrition, and Grow Kits and Education!The kits and education will be provided to community members in ViVe Wellness programs. ViVe primarily serves families that are from Latin American immigrant backgrounds and primarily Spanish-speaking, with younger community members being bilingual in English and Spanish. ViVe Wellness directly works with families in Denver neighborhoods to provide health, fitness, swimming, and most recently, outdoors education in fun, interactive, bilingual, community settings.There will be 3 Pick-Up Stations at Russell Square Park:Navigation Kit: Map and Compass. Map and compass are part of the 10 Essentials in the Outdoors and increasing navigation skills within our community is an integral part of being prepared and comfortable recreating and enjoying the outdoors.Colorado Parks and Wildlife, who also provided the maps, was able to provide the ViVe Wellness Youth Pathways program participants with a navigation lesson. Two Youth Pathways participants will be teaching the community how to use these materials in a virtual class later in the day.Nutrition Kit: Healthy Snacks and EducationViVe Wellness is passionate about providing the community with healthy alternatives to processed food that families that they work with usually have the most easy-access to. They will be providing healthy snacks and information to combat unhealthy food, because conservation also means conservation of our health, body, and spirit to be able to thrive. Conservation starts from within, and that starts with what you put in your body.Grow Kit: Starter Plants and Fall Crop SeedsGrowing a garden is an activity that can be done at home that connects people with nature. This collaboration with Denver Urban Gardens strives to bring more growing of gardens into the homes of the Latinx community and to give practical advice on the Colorado growing season. Creating a sustainable food system by making growing food accessible is one big way we wanted to contribute to Latino Conservation Week. The kit will also have two recipe cards and a small recipe book that was donated from the American Cancer SocietyWe will be following COVID-19 guidelines and all participating community members will have a scheduled pick-up time and will rotate between Stations, maintain social distancing, and wear masks at all times during the event. Distribución Comunitaria sin Contacto de Paquetes de Navegación, Nutrición y Cultivo¡Latino Outdoors está colaborando con ViVe Wellness, Denver Urban Gardens y Colorado Parks and Wildlife para mantener la Semana de Conservación Latina con una Distribución Comunitaria sin Contacto de Paquetes de Navegación, Nutrición, y Cultivo e Educación !Los paquetes y la educación se proporcionarán a los miembros de la comunidad en los programas de ViVe Wellness. ViVe atiende principalmente a familias inmigrantes de origen latinoamericano y principalmente hispanohablantes, y los miembros más jóvenes de la comunidad son bilingües en inglés y español. ViVe Wellness trabaja directamente con las familias en los vecindarios de Denver para brindar salud, actividad física, natación y, más recientemente, educación al aire libre en ambientes comunitarios divertidos, interactivos y bilingües.Habrá 3 estaciones de recogida en Russell Square Park:Paquete de navegación: mapa y brújula: El mapa y la brújula son parte de los 10 Elementos Esenciales del Senderismo y el aumento de las habilidades de navegación dentro de nuestra comunidad es una parte integral de estar preparado y cómodo para recrearse y disfrutar del aire libre. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, que también proporcionó los mapas, pudo proporcionar participantes del programa de ViVe Wellness de juventud con una lección de navegación. Dos participantes del programa de juventud enseñarán a la comunidad cómo usar estos materiales en una clase virtual más tarde en el día.Paquete de nutrición: bocadillos saludables y educación. ViVe Wellness tiene una pasión por proporcionar a la comunidad alternativas saludables a los alimentos procesados ​​que generalmente tienen acceso más fácilmente las familias con las que trabajan. Proporcionarán bocadillos saludables e información para combatir comidas no saludables, porque la conservación también significa la conservación de nuestra salud, cuerpo y espíritu para poder prosperar. La conservación comienza desde adentro, y eso comienza con lo que pones en tu cuerpo.Paquete de cultivo: plantas de inicio y semillas de cultivos de otoño. Cultivar un jardín es una actividad que se puede hacer en casa y que conecta a las personas con la naturaleza. Esta colaboración con Denver Urban Gardens se esfuerza por traer más sembrar más jardines en los hogares de la comunidad Latinx y brindar consejos prácticos sobre la temporada de cultivo en Colorado. Crear un sistema alimentario sostenible al hacer que el cultivo de alimentos sea accesible es una gran forma en que queríamos contribuir a la Semana de la Conservación Latina. El paquete también tendrá dos tarjetas de recetas y un pequeño libro de recetas que fue donado por la American Cancer Society.Seguiremos las guías para combatir el COVID-19 y todos los miembros de la comunidad participantes tendrán un horario de recogida programado y rotarán entre estaciones, mantendrán distancia social y usarán mascarilla en todo momento durante el evento.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors Colorado, ViVe Wellness, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Denver Urban Gardens, Hispanic Access Foundation, Denver Parks & Recreation

Location:
Russell Square Park
3600 Vine St,Denver,CO,80205


Date & time:
June 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9am - 1pm

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Contact-less Community Distribution of Navigation, Nutrition, and Grow Kits//Distribución Comunitaria sin Contacto de Paquetes de Navegación, Nutrición y Cultivo

Contact-less Community Distribution of Navigation, Nutrition, and Grow Kits Latino Outdoors is collaborating with ViVe Wellness, Denver Urban Gardens, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife to keep Latino Conservation Week going with a Contactless Community Distribution of Navigation, Nutrition, and Grow Kits and Education!The kits and education will be provided to community members in ViVe Wellness programs. ViVe primarily serves families that are from Latin American immigrant backgrounds and primarily Spanish-speaking, with younger community members being bilingual in English and Spanish. ViVe Wellness directly works with families in Denver neighborhoods to provide health, fitness, swimming, and most recently, outdoors education in fun, interactive, bilingual, community settings.There will be 3 Pick-Up Stations at Russell Square Park:Navigation Kit: Map and Compass. Map and compass are part of the 10 Essentials in the Outdoors and increasing navigation skills within our community is an integral part of being prepared and comfortable recreating and enjoying the outdoors.Colorado Parks and Wildlife, who also provided the maps, was able to provide the ViVe Wellness Youth Pathways program participants with a navigation lesson. Two Youth Pathways participants will be teaching the community how to use these materials in a virtual class later in the day.Nutrition Kit: Healthy Snacks and EducationViVe Wellness is passionate about providing the community with healthy alternatives to processed food that families that they work with usually have the most easy-access to. They will be providing healthy snacks and information to combat unhealthy food, because conservation also means conservation of our health, body, and spirit to be able to thrive. Conservation starts from within, and that starts with what you put in your body.Grow Kit: Starter Plants and Fall Crop SeedsGrowing a garden is an activity that can be done at home that connects people with nature. This collaboration with Denver Urban Gardens strives to bring more growing of gardens into the homes of the Latinx community and to give practical advice on the Colorado growing season. Creating a sustainable food system by making growing food accessible is one big way we wanted to contribute to Latino Conservation Week. The kit will also have two recipe cards and a small recipe book that was donated from the American Cancer SocietyWe will be following COVID-19 guidelines and all participating community members will have a scheduled pick-up time and will rotate between Stations, maintain social distancing, and wear masks at all times during the event. Distribución Comunitaria sin Contacto de Paquetes de Navegación, Nutrición y Cultivo¡Latino Outdoors está colaborando con ViVe Wellness, Denver Urban Gardens y Colorado Parks and Wildlife para mantener la Semana de Conservación Latina con una Distribución Comunitaria sin Contacto de Paquetes de Navegación, Nutrición, y Cultivo e Educación !Los paquetes y la educación se proporcionarán a los miembros de la comunidad en los programas de ViVe Wellness. ViVe atiende principalmente a familias inmigrantes de origen latinoamericano y principalmente hispanohablantes, y los miembros más jóvenes de la comunidad son bilingües en inglés y español. ViVe Wellness trabaja directamente con las familias en los vecindarios de Denver para brindar salud, actividad física, natación y, más recientemente, educación al aire libre en ambientes comunitarios divertidos, interactivos y bilingües.Habrá 3 estaciones de recogida en Russell Square Park:Paquete de navegación: mapa y brújula: El mapa y la brújula son parte de los 10 Elementos Esenciales del Senderismo y el aumento de las habilidades de navegación dentro de nuestra comunidad es una parte integral de estar preparado y cómodo para recrearse y disfrutar del aire libre. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, que también proporcionó los mapas, pudo proporcionar participantes del programa de ViVe Wellness de juventud con una lección de navegación. Dos participantes del programa de juventud enseñarán a la comunidad cómo usar estos materiales en una clase virtual más tarde en el día.Paquete de nutrición: bocadillos saludables y educación. ViVe Wellness tiene una pasión por proporcionar a la comunidad alternativas saludables a los alimentos procesados ​​que generalmente tienen acceso más fácilmente las familias con las que trabajan. Proporcionarán bocadillos saludables e información para combatir comidas no saludables, porque la conservación también significa la conservación de nuestra salud, cuerpo y espíritu para poder prosperar. La conservación comienza desde adentro, y eso comienza con lo que pones en tu cuerpo.Paquete de cultivo: plantas de inicio y semillas de cultivos de otoño. Cultivar un jardín es una actividad que se puede hacer en casa y que conecta a las personas con la naturaleza. Esta colaboración con Denver Urban Gardens se esfuerza por traer más sembrar más jardines en los hogares de la comunidad Latinx y brindar consejos prácticos sobre la temporada de cultivo en Colorado. Crear un sistema alimentario sostenible al hacer que el cultivo de alimentos sea accesible es una gran forma en que queríamos contribuir a la Semana de la Conservación Latina. El paquete también tendrá dos tarjetas de recetas y un pequeño libro de recetas que fue donado por la American Cancer Society.Seguiremos las guías para combatir el COVID-19 y todos los miembros de la comunidad participantes tendrán un horario de recogida programado y rotarán entre estaciones, mantendrán distancia social y usarán mascarilla en todo momento durante el evento.

Location:
Russell Square Park
3600 Vine St,Denver,CO,80205


Date & time:
June 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
9am - 1pm

Colorado
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06/25/2020

No
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Texas

Environmental Equity: A Spotlight on Two Local Groups Amplifying the Latinx Community

The Southwest Chapter of Latino Outdoors and the San Antonio River Foundation are teaming up for Latino Conservation Week to highlight our efforts in ensuring environmental equity. Through this conversation we hope that you find an ally in exploring the outdoors. Follow us throughout Latino Conservation Week for some conservation themed activities that will give you a chance to win some cool prizes! Winners must be able to pick up prizes in the San Antonio area.

Our guest speakers include:

  • Pearla Romero, Ambassador, Latino Outdoors
  • Sara Ramirez, Park Program Coordinator, San Antonio River Foundation

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors and The San Antonio River Foundation

Location:
IG - @latinooutdoors_tx
https://www.instagram.com/latinooutdoors_tx/,San Antonio,TX,78204


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

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Environmental Equity: A Spotlight on Two Local Groups Amplifying the Latinx Community

The Southwest Chapter of Latino Outdoors and the San Antonio River Foundation are teaming up for Latino Conservation Week to highlight our efforts in ensuring environmental equity. Through this conversation we hope that you find an ally in exploring the outdoors. Follow us throughout Latino Conservation Week for some conservation themed activities that will give you a chance to win some cool prizes! Winners must be able to pick up prizes in the San Antonio area.

Our guest speakers include:

  • Pearla Romero, Ambassador, Latino Outdoors
  • Sara Ramirez, Park Program Coordinator, San Antonio River Foundation
Location:
IG - @latinooutdoors_tx
https://www.instagram.com/latinooutdoors_tx/,San Antonio,TX,78204


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
4:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Texas
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Ohio

#LatinoConservationWeek in CLE

Join the Young Latino Network in amplifying Latinx voices during #LatinoConservationWeek. Join YLN Secretary, Estefany Rodriguez, as she moderates a panel of some of Cleveland's finest Latinx community members. Have you heard of Latino Conservation Week? It's an annual initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation showcasing outdoor engagement and conservation advocacy by Latinx communities. During one week in late July of each year since 2014, Latino Conservation Week is amplified on social media using #LCW and through outdoor and digital events and activities. This year, the hashtag is #LCW2020 and Latino Outdoors will be featuring a full lineup of special virtual events, panels, speakers, and screenings.

Sponsor(s):

The Young Latino Network (YLN)

Location:
Virtual
bit.ly/LatinoConservationWeekCLE,Cleveland,OH,44109


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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#LatinoConservationWeek in CLE

Join the Young Latino Network in amplifying Latinx voices during #LatinoConservationWeek. Join YLN Secretary, Estefany Rodriguez, as she moderates a panel of some of Cleveland's finest Latinx community members. Have you heard of Latino Conservation Week? It's an annual initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation showcasing outdoor engagement and conservation advocacy by Latinx communities. During one week in late July of each year since 2014, Latino Conservation Week is amplified on social media using #LCW and through outdoor and digital events and activities. This year, the hashtag is #LCW2020 and Latino Outdoors will be featuring a full lineup of special virtual events, panels, speakers, and screenings.

Location:
Virtual
bit.ly/LatinoConservationWeekCLE,Cleveland,OH,44109


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Ohio
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 25, 2020 | Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Ranger Talk - Lucero Torres: Personal Career Path and Cherry Creek State Park // Charla de Guardabosque de Parques y Vida Silvestre en Colorado - Lucero Torres: Trayectoria Profesional y Parque Estatal de Cherry Creek

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5VWuT9vtQvaIL_hh1WWVqA

Join Latino Outdoors Colorado to learn more about Lucero’s role as park ranger at Cherry Creek State Park, how her love of nature, and career path led her there as we celebrate Latino Conservation Week 2020!

Speaker Bio: Lucero Torres is a Parks Officer with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and currently works at Cherry Creek State Park located in Aurora, Colorado.She earned her Bachelors of Science from Unity College in Maine and received her Masters in Conservation Biology from the University of Northern Colorado. Since then she has completed many certifications including becoming a Certified Interpretive Guide with the National Association of Interpretation.Lucero began her career in conservation right after graduating from Coal City High School in Illinois in 2010 when she was hired as a seasonal employee with Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. Most of the summer consisted of measuring grass and basic maintenance, but the hook was set. She proceeded to work six consecutive seasons with the US Forest Service as a Forest Protection Officer before being hired as a full time employee with the City of Aurora as a Park Ranger. Wanting more, Lucero proceeded to go through the extensive hiring process to become a Parks Officer with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and was offered a position in October of 2017.Since then she has enjoyed the many challenges her position brings and truly believes she has the best job in the world.

¡Acompañe a Latino Outdoors Colorado para aprender más sobre el rol que Lucero sirve como guardaparques en Cherry Creek State Park, cómo su amor por la naturaleza y su trayectoria profesional la llevaron allí mientras celebramos la Semana de Conservación Latina 2020!Biografía de la oradora: Lucero Torres es una Oficial de Parques en el Departamento de Parques y Vida Silvestre en Colorado y actualmente trabaja en el Cherry Creek State Park ubicado en Aurora, Colorado.Obtuvo su Licenciatura en Ciencias de Unity College en Maine y recibió su Maestría en Biología de la Conservación de University of Northern Colorado. Desde entonces, ha completado muchas certificaciones, incluyendo convirtiéndose en una Guía Interpretativa Certificada con la Asociación Nacional de Interpretación.Lucero comenzó su carrera en conservación justo después de graduarse de Coal City High School en Illinois en 2010 cuando fue contratada como empleada estacional en Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. La mayor parte del verano consistió en medir el pasto de la pradera y el mantenimiento básico, pero el anzuelo se colocó. Ella procedió a trabajar seis temporadas consecutivas con el Servicio Forestal de los EE. UU. Como Oficial de Protección Forestal antes de ser contratada como empleada a tiempo completo en la Ciudad de Aurora como Guardaparque. Queriendo más, Lucero procedió a pasar por el proceso extenso de contratación para convertirse en Oficial de Parques en Colorado Parks and Wildlife y se le ofreció un puesto en octubre de 2017.Desde entonces, ella ha disfrutado de los muchos desafíos que su posición trae y realmente cree que tiene el mejor trabajo del mundo.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors Colorado, Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Location:
Zoom
Virtual,Denver,CO,NA


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
4:00pm MT - 4:30pm MT

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife Ranger Talk - Lucero Torres: Personal Career Path and Cherry Creek State Park // Charla de Guardabosque de Parques y Vida Silvestre en Colorado - Lucero Torres: Trayectoria Profesional y Parque Estatal de Cherry Creek

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5VWuT9vtQvaIL_hh1WWVqA

Join Latino Outdoors Colorado to learn more about Lucero’s role as park ranger at Cherry Creek State Park, how her love of nature, and career path led her there as we celebrate Latino Conservation Week 2020!

Speaker Bio: Lucero Torres is a Parks Officer with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and currently works at Cherry Creek State Park located in Aurora, Colorado.She earned her Bachelors of Science from Unity College in Maine and received her Masters in Conservation Biology from the University of Northern Colorado. Since then she has completed many certifications including becoming a Certified Interpretive Guide with the National Association of Interpretation.Lucero began her career in conservation right after graduating from Coal City High School in Illinois in 2010 when she was hired as a seasonal employee with Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. Most of the summer consisted of measuring grass and basic maintenance, but the hook was set. She proceeded to work six consecutive seasons with the US Forest Service as a Forest Protection Officer before being hired as a full time employee with the City of Aurora as a Park Ranger. Wanting more, Lucero proceeded to go through the extensive hiring process to become a Parks Officer with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and was offered a position in October of 2017.Since then she has enjoyed the many challenges her position brings and truly believes she has the best job in the world.

¡Acompañe a Latino Outdoors Colorado para aprender más sobre el rol que Lucero sirve como guardaparques en Cherry Creek State Park, cómo su amor por la naturaleza y su trayectoria profesional la llevaron allí mientras celebramos la Semana de Conservación Latina 2020!Biografía de la oradora: Lucero Torres es una Oficial de Parques en el Departamento de Parques y Vida Silvestre en Colorado y actualmente trabaja en el Cherry Creek State Park ubicado en Aurora, Colorado.Obtuvo su Licenciatura en Ciencias de Unity College en Maine y recibió su Maestría en Biología de la Conservación de University of Northern Colorado. Desde entonces, ha completado muchas certificaciones, incluyendo convirtiéndose en una Guía Interpretativa Certificada con la Asociación Nacional de Interpretación.Lucero comenzó su carrera en conservación justo después de graduarse de Coal City High School en Illinois en 2010 cuando fue contratada como empleada estacional en Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie. La mayor parte del verano consistió en medir el pasto de la pradera y el mantenimiento básico, pero el anzuelo se colocó. Ella procedió a trabajar seis temporadas consecutivas con el Servicio Forestal de los EE. UU. Como Oficial de Protección Forestal antes de ser contratada como empleada a tiempo completo en la Ciudad de Aurora como Guardaparque. Queriendo más, Lucero procedió a pasar por el proceso extenso de contratación para convertirse en Oficial de Parques en Colorado Parks and Wildlife y se le ofreció un puesto en octubre de 2017.Desde entonces, ella ha disfrutado de los muchos desafíos que su posición trae y realmente cree que tiene el mejor trabajo del mundo.

Location:
Zoom
Virtual,Denver,CO,NA


Date & time:
July 25, 2020 - July 25, 2020
4:00pm MT - 4:30pm MT

Colorado
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2020 | Nevada

Plantando El Mañana

Esta Semana estaremos enseñando sobre la importancia de cuidar la naturaleza y restaurar plantas a los Niños de nuestra comunidad CAF

Sponsor(s):

Centro De Adoracion Familiar CAF

Location:
Virtual
Zoom meeting,Henderson,NV,89011


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 26, 2020
7pm Pct - 7:30pm Pct

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Plantando El Mañana

Esta Semana estaremos enseñando sobre la importancia de cuidar la naturaleza y restaurar plantas a los Niños de nuestra comunidad CAF

Location:
Virtual
Zoom meeting,Henderson,NV,89011


Date & time:
July 20, 2020 - July 26, 2020
7pm Pct - 7:30pm Pct

Nevada
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07/20/2020

No
Inperson
July 27, 2020 | California

Family Activity Box + Raffle / Caja de Actividades Familiares + Rifa

Event description:

English (Español Abajo): Explore your neighborhood in a new way through a series of family-friendly activities! Bruin Audubon Society and Birding Club will provide a series of activities and information to learn about the flora and fauna around you (bird bingo, nature scavenger hunts, art activities, guides to local birds and plants, and more!). We'll post these resources on our website (bruinaudubon.org) during the week of August 3rd, and will mail out activity boxes to a select number of families who register (first come, first serve!). Sign up here to register for a box:

https://forms.gle/Vsg9bV2tddbaSJTT6

Also, if you take pictures of yourself doing the activities and post to social media with the hashtags:
#LatinoConservationWeek #LCW2020 #vamosafuera #hispanicaccess #BruinAudubonLCW2020
(or email us, bruinaudubonsociety@gmail.com), then we will enter your name into a surprise raffle!

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Descripción del evento:

¡Explore su vecindario de una nueva manera a través de una serie de actividades familiares! “Bruin Audubon Society and Birding Club” proveerá una serie de actividades e información para que aprendan sobre la flora y la fauna que se encuentra a su alrededor (bingo de aves, búsqueda del tesoro en la naturaleza, actividades artísticas, guías de aves y plantas locales, ¡y más!). Publicaremos estos recursos en nuestro sitio web (bruinaudubon.org) durante la semana del 3 de agosto y enviaremos por correo cajas de actividades a un número selecto de familias que se registren (Prioridad en orden de llegada). Regístrese aquí para la caja de actividades:

https://forms.gle/Vsg9bV2tddbaSJTT6

Además, si se toma fotografías haciendo las actividades y las publica en las redes sociales utilizando los hashtags:
#LatinoConservationWeek #LCW2020 #vamosafuera #hispanicaccess #BruinAudubonLCW2020
(o enviándonos un correo electrónico a bruinaudubonsociety@gmail.com), ¡ingresaremos su nombre en un sorteo sorpresa!

Sponsor(s):

Bruin Audubon Society and Birding Club (UCLA)

Location:
Wherever you are! / ¡Donde quiera que estés!
Wherever you are! / ¡Donde quiera que estés!,Los Angeles,CA,90404


Date & time:
July 27, 2020 - August 31, 2020
5:00PM - 5:00PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Family Activity Box + Raffle / Caja de Actividades Familiares + Rifa

Event description:

English (Español Abajo): Explore your neighborhood in a new way through a series of family-friendly activities! Bruin Audubon Society and Birding Club will provide a series of activities and information to learn about the flora and fauna around you (bird bingo, nature scavenger hunts, art activities, guides to local birds and plants, and more!). We'll post these resources on our website (bruinaudubon.org) during the week of August 3rd, and will mail out activity boxes to a select number of families who register (first come, first serve!). Sign up here to register for a box:

https://forms.gle/Vsg9bV2tddbaSJTT6

Also, if you take pictures of yourself doing the activities and post to social media with the hashtags:
#LatinoConservationWeek #LCW2020 #vamosafuera #hispanicaccess #BruinAudubonLCW2020
(or email us, bruinaudubonsociety@gmail.com), then we will enter your name into a surprise raffle!

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Descripción del evento:

¡Explore su vecindario de una nueva manera a través de una serie de actividades familiares! “Bruin Audubon Society and Birding Club” proveerá una serie de actividades e información para que aprendan sobre la flora y la fauna que se encuentra a su alrededor (bingo de aves, búsqueda del tesoro en la naturaleza, actividades artísticas, guías de aves y plantas locales, ¡y más!). Publicaremos estos recursos en nuestro sitio web (bruinaudubon.org) durante la semana del 3 de agosto y enviaremos por correo cajas de actividades a un número selecto de familias que se registren (Prioridad en orden de llegada). Regístrese aquí para la caja de actividades:

https://forms.gle/Vsg9bV2tddbaSJTT6

Además, si se toma fotografías haciendo las actividades y las publica en las redes sociales utilizando los hashtags:
#LatinoConservationWeek #LCW2020 #vamosafuera #hispanicaccess #BruinAudubonLCW2020
(o enviándonos un correo electrónico a bruinaudubonsociety@gmail.com), ¡ingresaremos su nombre en un sorteo sorpresa!

Location:
Wherever you are! / ¡Donde quiera que estés!
Wherever you are! / ¡Donde quiera que estés!,Los Angeles,CA,90404


Date & time:
July 27, 2020 - August 31, 2020
5:00PM - 5:00PM

California
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07/27/2020

Yes
Inperson

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