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July 23, 2021 | District of Columbia

#DiversifyOutdoors: Diversifying the Outdoor Workforce

Join us for an interactive panel discussion featuring MANO alumni from across the country coming together to discuss their experience working in federal land management agencies. The panelists will share their experiences, as well as some of their thoughts on the importance of diversifying the workforce, in particular when it comes to the outdoor industry and public land management agencies.

Spanish interpretation and closed captioning will be provided.

Register for the conversation here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RJSyd9nBTUS3K1fZReKbOw 
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Acompáñenos para un panel de discusión interactivo con ex-alumnos de MANO de todo el país que se reúnen para discutir su experiencia trabajando en agencias federales de administración de tierras. Los panelistas compartirán sus experiencias, así como algunos de sus pensamientos sobre la importancia de diversificar la fuerza laboral, en particular cuando se trata de la industria del aire libre y las agencias de gestión de tierras públicas.

Se proporcionará interpretación al español y subtítulos.

Registrese aqui: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RJSyd9nBTUS3K1fZReKbOw 

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation
Location:
Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RJSyd9nBTUS3K1fZReKbOw,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 23, 2021 - July 23, 2021
4:00 pm EST - 5:00 pm EST

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#DiversifyOutdoors: Diversifying the Outdoor Workforce

Join us for an interactive panel discussion featuring MANO alumni from across the country coming together to discuss their experience working in federal land management agencies. The panelists will share their experiences, as well as some of their thoughts on the importance of diversifying the workforce, in particular when it comes to the outdoor industry and public land management agencies.

Spanish interpretation and closed captioning will be provided.

Register for the conversation here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RJSyd9nBTUS3K1fZReKbOw 
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Acompáñenos para un panel de discusión interactivo con ex-alumnos de MANO de todo el país que se reúnen para discutir su experiencia trabajando en agencias federales de administración de tierras. Los panelistas compartirán sus experiencias, así como algunos de sus pensamientos sobre la importancia de diversificar la fuerza laboral, en particular cuando se trata de la industria del aire libre y las agencias de gestión de tierras públicas.

Se proporcionará interpretación al español y subtítulos.

Registrese aqui: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RJSyd9nBTUS3K1fZReKbOw 

Location:
Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RJSyd9nBTUS3K1fZReKbOw,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 23, 2021 - July 23, 2021
4:00 pm EST - 5:00 pm EST

District of Columbia
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07/23/2021

Yes
July 25, 2021 | Illinois

Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra

Bring your family and friends for a fun afternoon of food, nature hikes, and fishing (poles provided or bring your own)

Sponsor(s):

Conversacion de Conservacion
Location:
Brookdale Conservation Area
2105 Paulson Road,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 25, 2021 - July 25, 2021
1:30 - 4:30

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Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra

Bring your family and friends for a fun afternoon of food, nature hikes, and fishing (poles provided or bring your own)

Location:
Brookdale Conservation Area
2105 Paulson Road,Woodstock,IL,60098


Date & time:
July 25, 2021 - July 25, 2021
1:30 - 4:30

Illinois
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07/25/2021

Yes
July 18, 2019 | New Mexico

"Ay Mariposa" Film Screening

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we are hosting the New Mexico premiere of Ay Mariposa. The film’s subjects include: Marianna Trevino Wright, Director of the National Butterfly Center, Zulema Hernandez, a Mexican immigrant and life-long migrant farmworker, and the butterfly, a creature fighting for survival in a landscape where more than 95 percent of its habitat is long gone and much of what remains lies directly in the path of the wall.

Sponsor(s):

Southwest Environmental Center

Location:
SWEC
275 N. Main St.,Las Cruces,NM,88005


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
7:00pm - 8:30pm

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"Ay Mariposa" Film Screening

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we are hosting the New Mexico premiere of Ay Mariposa. The film’s subjects include: Marianna Trevino Wright, Director of the National Butterfly Center, Zulema Hernandez, a Mexican immigrant and life-long migrant farmworker, and the butterfly, a creature fighting for survival in a landscape where more than 95 percent of its habitat is long gone and much of what remains lies directly in the path of the wall.

Location:
SWEC
275 N. Main St.,Las Cruces,NM,88005


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
7:00pm - 8:30pm

New Mexico
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07/18/2019

Yes
July 13, 2019 | New York

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Sponsor(s):

Audubon New York

Location:
Sunken Meadow State Park
1 Sunken Meadow Pkwy, Kings Park, NY 11754


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

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"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Location:
Sunken Meadow State Park
1 Sunken Meadow Pkwy, Kings Park, NY 11754


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

New York
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07/13/2019

Yes
July 14, 2019 | New York

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Sponsor(s):

Audubon New York

Location:
West Meadow Beach
100 Trustees Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790


Date & time:
July 14, 2019 - July 14, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Location:
West Meadow Beach
100 Trustees Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790


Date & time:
July 14, 2019 - July 14, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

New York
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07/14/2019

Yes
July 20, 2019 | New York

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Sponsor(s):

Audubon New York

Location:
Lido Beach Town Park
630 Lido Blvd, Lido Beach, NY 11561


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Location:
Lido Beach Town Park
630 Lido Blvd, Lido Beach, NY 11561


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

New York
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07/20/2019

Yes
July 21, 2019 | New York

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Sponsor(s):

Audubon New York

Location:
Jones Beach State Park (Field 2)
1 Ocean Pkwy, Wantagh, NY 11793


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

"Be a Good Egg" Outreach Event

Since 2013, Audubon New York staff, volunteers, and partners have been working to increase the awareness of and reduce threats to beach-nesting birds by encouraging beach-goers to pledge to “share the shore” with Piping Plovers and other beach-nesting bird species.

During our on-the-beach outreach days, we set up a tent and table at the entrance to heavily-visited Long Island beaches and engage with as many beach-goers as we can to teach about beach-nesting birds. We'll also set up activities and games to further engage our audience. We provide visitors with pamphlets and brochures about beach-nesting bird biology, our conservation work, and information on how to reduce disturbances to birds. Then, we ask visitors to sign our “Be a Good Egg” pledge and therefore agree to keep out of fenced off nesting areas, keep trash off the beach, and keep dogs off of nesting beaches.

Prior to these outreach events, we’ll ask new volunteers to complete a brief online training webinar. Please contact NYcoast@audubon.org for more information and registration to volunteer for this exciting outreach program.

Available Dates and Locations:
July 13th 2019 - Sunken Meadow State Park Kings Park, NY
July 14th 2019 - West Meadow Beach Setauket, NY
July 20th 2019 - Lido Beach Town Park Lido Beach, NY
July 21st 2019 - Jones Beach State Park (Field 2) Wantagh, NY

Location:
Jones Beach State Park (Field 2)
1 Ocean Pkwy, Wantagh, NY 11793


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
9:30am - 2:30pm

New York
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07/21/2019

Yes
July 21, 2019 | Texas

"Chill OUT" - YOGA con Latino Outdoors San Antonio, Texas

Join us for some FREE Yoga in the Park at San Pedro Springs. This will be a great time to meet our newest Leader Bianca Guevara because she will be teaching this class. This will be our first Yoga en el parque ... vamos : ).

We will have a sweet treat to cool you down afterwards. #PALETAS

You can park alongside the park or in the parking lot to the left of the San Pedro Public Library. We will be behind the swimming pool between the pool and the library, It is next to the community garden. Hope to see you there.

This will be catered for beginners so no worries.

This Sunday is also the last day of Latino Conservation Week. Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). Latino Conservation Week was created to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.

We will have some trash bags for those wanting to stay and do a small clean up with us around the park.

Reminder to please bring your own Yoga mat or a towel and a water. We will have water refills if needed.

Fun fact:Did you know that San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest park in the United States?? Estamos Aqui.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors

Location:
San Pedro Springs Park
2200 N Flores,San Antonio,TX,78212


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
9:00 am - 9:30 am

Full Event Details | Directions

"Chill OUT" - YOGA con Latino Outdoors San Antonio, Texas

Join us for some FREE Yoga in the Park at San Pedro Springs. This will be a great time to meet our newest Leader Bianca Guevara because she will be teaching this class. This will be our first Yoga en el parque ... vamos : ).

We will have a sweet treat to cool you down afterwards. #PALETAS

You can park alongside the park or in the parking lot to the left of the San Pedro Public Library. We will be behind the swimming pool between the pool and the library, It is next to the community garden. Hope to see you there.

This will be catered for beginners so no worries.

This Sunday is also the last day of Latino Conservation Week. Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). Latino Conservation Week was created to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.

We will have some trash bags for those wanting to stay and do a small clean up with us around the park.

Reminder to please bring your own Yoga mat or a towel and a water. We will have water refills if needed.

Fun fact:Did you know that San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest park in the United States?? Estamos Aqui.

Location:
San Pedro Springs Park
2200 N Flores,San Antonio,TX,78212


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
9:00 am - 9:30 am

Texas
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07/21/2019

Yes
July 13, 2019 | Nevada

"Hidden Cave" Tour

The Churchill County Museum, and the Carson City District Bureau of Land Management welcome you to a tour of Hidden Cave. “Hidden Cave” was named because of the difficulty in finding its small opening.Hidden Cave Tours are offered to the public on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month (excluding federal holiday weekends). The Churchill County Museum opens at 9am on these Saturdays, and the tour starts here where you can enjoy the Hidden Cave display at the museum. Meet the BLM guide at the museum at 9:30am, and watch a short video on the history of Hidden Cave. At 10am, caravan out to the cave site for your tour. http://ccmuseum.org/hidden-cave-tours/

Sponsor(s):

Churchill County Museaum and Carson City District Bureau of Land Management

Location:
Churchill County Museaum
1050 South Maine Street, Fallon NV 89406,Fallon,NV,89406


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
9:00am - 1:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

"Hidden Cave" Tour

The Churchill County Museum, and the Carson City District Bureau of Land Management welcome you to a tour of Hidden Cave. “Hidden Cave” was named because of the difficulty in finding its small opening.Hidden Cave Tours are offered to the public on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month (excluding federal holiday weekends). The Churchill County Museum opens at 9am on these Saturdays, and the tour starts here where you can enjoy the Hidden Cave display at the museum. Meet the BLM guide at the museum at 9:30am, and watch a short video on the history of Hidden Cave. At 10am, caravan out to the cave site for your tour. http://ccmuseum.org/hidden-cave-tours/

Location:
Churchill County Museaum
1050 South Maine Street, Fallon NV 89406,Fallon,NV,89406


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
9:00am - 1:00pm

Nevada
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07/13/2019

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Massachusetts

"Ruby's Birds" Story Walk

Participate in a self-guided outdoor story walk based on Ruby’s Birds by Mya Thompson. Ruby is a plucky girl who uncovers the wild side of her city neighborhood with the help of a grown-up friend. When Ruby realizes there are amazing birds right in her neighborhood, her imagination takes flight. Read or listen to the story while strolling through the Charlestown Navy Yard! Best suited for ages 3-7. Story text and audio available in English and Spanish.

 

Location of the Story Walk:

Charlestown Navy Yard 

 
*In the case of severe weather, the story walk may be closed/canceled. Please check our Facebook page for any updates: https://www.facebook.com/BostonNHP

Sponsor(s):

National Parks of Boston
Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard
114 16th St, Charlestown, MA 02129,Boston,MA,02129


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
11 AM - 4 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

"Ruby's Birds" Story Walk

Participate in a self-guided outdoor story walk based on Ruby’s Birds by Mya Thompson. Ruby is a plucky girl who uncovers the wild side of her city neighborhood with the help of a grown-up friend. When Ruby realizes there are amazing birds right in her neighborhood, her imagination takes flight. Read or listen to the story while strolling through the Charlestown Navy Yard! Best suited for ages 3-7. Story text and audio available in English and Spanish.

 

Location of the Story Walk:

Charlestown Navy Yard 

 
*In the case of severe weather, the story walk may be closed/canceled. Please check our Facebook page for any updates: https://www.facebook.com/BostonNHP
Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard
114 16th St, Charlestown, MA 02129,Boston,MA,02129


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
11 AM - 4 PM

Massachusetts
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07/17/2021

Yes
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

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"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
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07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2021 | California

#AdvocacyAfuera: California 30x30 Equity Panel Conversation

With the start of the California 30x30 process this year the subject of equity and conservation has come up in several conversations. Like conservation, equity does not have on definition. Equity across the board can have many different meanings and look different in each region and community in the state of California. For this year's Latino Conservation Week, Hispanic Access Foundation will host a panel discussion with representatives from low-income, underserved, underrepresented, BIPOC communities throughout California. Having a conversation around equity and conservation and what that looks like for each region is important to highlight. We cannot have a one-size-fits-all solution. This event will be an open conversation between community members from throughout CA, local elected officials, and agency staff. 

 

Please register at: https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91

 

Con el inicio del proceso 30x30 de California este año, el tema de la equidad y la conservación ha surgido en varias conversaciones. Al igual que la conservación, la equidad no tiene una única definición. La equidad en general puede tener mucho significados diferentes y parecer diferente en cada región y comunidad del estado de California. Para la Semana Latina de la Conservación de este año, Hispanic Access Foundation quiere organizar una mesa redonda con representates de la comunidades de bajor ingresos, subatendidad, subrepresentadas y BIPOC de toda California. Es importante destacar la conversación en torno a le equidad y la conservación y lo que significa para cada región. No podemos tener una solución única para todos. Este evento será una conversación abierta entre los miembro de la comunidad de toda California, los funcionarios electos locales y el personal de la agencia. 

 

Por favor, regístrese en: https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91
https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91,Statewide ,CA,N/A


Date & time:
July 20, 2021 - July 20, 2021
5:00PM PST - 6:00PM PST

Full Event Details | Directions

#AdvocacyAfuera: California 30x30 Equity Panel Conversation

With the start of the California 30x30 process this year the subject of equity and conservation has come up in several conversations. Like conservation, equity does not have on definition. Equity across the board can have many different meanings and look different in each region and community in the state of California. For this year's Latino Conservation Week, Hispanic Access Foundation will host a panel discussion with representatives from low-income, underserved, underrepresented, BIPOC communities throughout California. Having a conversation around equity and conservation and what that looks like for each region is important to highlight. We cannot have a one-size-fits-all solution. This event will be an open conversation between community members from throughout CA, local elected officials, and agency staff. 

 

Please register at: https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91

 

Con el inicio del proceso 30x30 de California este año, el tema de la equidad y la conservación ha surgido en varias conversaciones. Al igual que la conservación, la equidad no tiene una única definición. La equidad en general puede tener mucho significados diferentes y parecer diferente en cada región y comunidad del estado de California. Para la Semana Latina de la Conservación de este año, Hispanic Access Foundation quiere organizar una mesa redonda con representates de la comunidades de bajor ingresos, subatendidad, subrepresentadas y BIPOC de toda California. Es importante destacar la conversación en torno a le equidad y la conservación y lo que significa para cada región. No podemos tener una solución única para todos. Este evento será una conversación abierta entre los miembro de la comunidad de toda California, los funcionarios electos locales y el personal de la agencia. 

 

Por favor, regístrese en: https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91

Location:
https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91
https://www.airmeet.com/e/f05b4250-caeb-11eb-8cf1-9fef55037d91,Statewide ,CA,N/A


Date & time:
July 20, 2021 - July 20, 2021
5:00PM PST - 6:00PM PST

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2021

Yes
Virtual
July 21, 2021 | District of Columbia

#ConservationCultura: A Cooking Class with @QueerBrownVegan

Join us live to celebrate #LatinoConservationWeek and our #ConservationCultura with this virtual cooking class run by a guest chef. Food in many cultures, including the Latino culture, is a way for us to preserve our heritage and culture by allowing us to share recipes through generations and keeping our rich traditions alive. Breaking bread together not only fuels our bodies, but fuels our souls by creating community around our favorite recipes.

Register for the event in advance to receive the recipes and ingredients list we’ll need to cook the traditional Mexican dishes our guest chef will be walking us through. The cooking class will be free and Spanish interpretation and/or captioning will be provided.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r4puDY4fQMevCgYkAq82pw 

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Únase a nosotros en vivo para celebrar la #LatinoConservationWeek y nuestra #ConservationCultura con esta clase de cocina virtual dirigida por un chef invitado. La comida en muchas culturas, incluida la cultura latina, es una forma de preservar nuestra herencia y cultura al permitirnos compartir recetas a través de generaciones y mantener vivas nuestras ricas tradiciones. Partir el pan juntos no solo alimenta nuestros cuerpos, sino que también alimenta nuestras almas al crear una comunidad en torno a nuestras recetas favoritas.

Regístrese para el evento con anticipación para recibir las recetas y la lista de ingredientes que necesitaremos para cocinar los platos tradicionales mexicanos que nuestro chef invitado nos acompañará. La clase de cocina será gratuita y se proporcionará interpretación y / o subtítulos en español.

Registrar aqui: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r4puDY4fQMevCgYkAq82pw 

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation
Location:
Zoom
Zoom,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
4:00 pm EST - 5:00 pm EST

Full Event Details | Directions

#ConservationCultura: A Cooking Class with @QueerBrownVegan

Join us live to celebrate #LatinoConservationWeek and our #ConservationCultura with this virtual cooking class run by a guest chef. Food in many cultures, including the Latino culture, is a way for us to preserve our heritage and culture by allowing us to share recipes through generations and keeping our rich traditions alive. Breaking bread together not only fuels our bodies, but fuels our souls by creating community around our favorite recipes.

Register for the event in advance to receive the recipes and ingredients list we’ll need to cook the traditional Mexican dishes our guest chef will be walking us through. The cooking class will be free and Spanish interpretation and/or captioning will be provided.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r4puDY4fQMevCgYkAq82pw 

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Únase a nosotros en vivo para celebrar la #LatinoConservationWeek y nuestra #ConservationCultura con esta clase de cocina virtual dirigida por un chef invitado. La comida en muchas culturas, incluida la cultura latina, es una forma de preservar nuestra herencia y cultura al permitirnos compartir recetas a través de generaciones y mantener vivas nuestras ricas tradiciones. Partir el pan juntos no solo alimenta nuestros cuerpos, sino que también alimenta nuestras almas al crear una comunidad en torno a nuestras recetas favoritas.

Regístrese para el evento con anticipación para recibir las recetas y la lista de ingredientes que necesitaremos para cocinar los platos tradicionales mexicanos que nuestro chef invitado nos acompañará. La clase de cocina será gratuita y se proporcionará interpretación y / o subtítulos en español.

Registrar aqui: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r4puDY4fQMevCgYkAq82pw 

Location:
Zoom
Zoom,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
4:00 pm EST - 5:00 pm EST

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2021

Yes
July 22, 2017 | Colorado

#DescubreElBosque Hike & Explore Dedisse Park with your family - Pasea y Explora Dedisse Park con tu familia

ENGLISH: Enjoy the outdoors and learn how you can help protect our land, water, and air. An afternoon of Familia, Madre Tiedda, Education, and Art

Join Denver Latino led organizations and familias celebrating Latino Conservation Week and the launch of Promotores Verdes.

Free event with limited availability, please confirm your participation via email Berenice Tellez bere@americasforconservation.org or phone 720 238 6799

The Promotores Verdes (Green Promoters) program will engage a committed group of community members to design, create and expand the role of the Latino community in environmental stewardship. It will engage directly with families in an awareness and education program that will consist of facilitated conversations on environmental stewardship, healthy eating and active living, leadership development and advocacy. It will also provide families with children exposure to outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, trails maintenance, data collection, use of i-Tree and i- Naturalist resources.
Visit: www.americasforconservation.org/PV for more information or contact Fernando Pineda fernando@crearesults.org

ESPAÑOL: Disfruta los espacios al aire libre y aprende como podemos proteger nuestra tierra, agua y aire. Una tarde de Famila, Madre Tierra, Educación y Arte.

Unete a organizaciones y familias lideradas por latinos en Denver y celebra la "Semana Latina de Conservacion" y el lanzamiento del programa Promotores Verdes

Evento gratuito con cupos limitados, confirma tu presencia y la de tu familia escribiendo o llamando a: Berenice Tellez bere@americasforconservation.org - 720 238 6799

Promotores Verdes es un programa basado en actividades educativas al aire libre que muestran la interconexión entre la salud de las personas y la salud de los bosques. Incentivando a llevar una vida activa y al desarrollo de liderazgo medioambiental. Para mas información visita www.americasforconservation.org/PV o escribe a Fernando Pineda fernando@crearesults.org

Sponsor(s):

Americas For Conservation + The Arts, Protégete, CREA Results and Latino Outdoors
Location:
Dedisse Park
29614 Upper Bear Creek Rd,Evergreen,CO,80439


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

#DescubreElBosque Hike & Explore Dedisse Park with your family - Pasea y Explora Dedisse Park con tu familia

ENGLISH: Enjoy the outdoors and learn how you can help protect our land, water, and air. An afternoon of Familia, Madre Tiedda, Education, and Art

Join Denver Latino led organizations and familias celebrating Latino Conservation Week and the launch of Promotores Verdes.

Free event with limited availability, please confirm your participation via email Berenice Tellez bere@americasforconservation.org or phone 720 238 6799

The Promotores Verdes (Green Promoters) program will engage a committed group of community members to design, create and expand the role of the Latino community in environmental stewardship. It will engage directly with families in an awareness and education program that will consist of facilitated conversations on environmental stewardship, healthy eating and active living, leadership development and advocacy. It will also provide families with children exposure to outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, trails maintenance, data collection, use of i-Tree and i- Naturalist resources.
Visit: www.americasforconservation.org/PV for more information or contact Fernando Pineda fernando@crearesults.org

ESPAÑOL: Disfruta los espacios al aire libre y aprende como podemos proteger nuestra tierra, agua y aire. Una tarde de Famila, Madre Tierra, Educación y Arte.

Unete a organizaciones y familias lideradas por latinos en Denver y celebra la "Semana Latina de Conservacion" y el lanzamiento del programa Promotores Verdes

Evento gratuito con cupos limitados, confirma tu presencia y la de tu familia escribiendo o llamando a: Berenice Tellez bere@americasforconservation.org - 720 238 6799

Promotores Verdes es un programa basado en actividades educativas al aire libre que muestran la interconexión entre la salud de las personas y la salud de los bosques. Incentivando a llevar una vida activa y al desarrollo de liderazgo medioambiental. Para mas información visita www.americasforconservation.org/PV o escribe a Fernando Pineda fernando@crearesults.org
Location:
Dedisse Park
29614 Upper Bear Creek Rd,Evergreen,CO,80439


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2017

Yes
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

Full Event Details | Directions

#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
Full Event Details | Directions

07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 22, 2021 | Washington

#LatinoConservationWeek Tu Voto Cuenta

Join Washington Environmental Council and community partners for #LatinoConservationWeek Tu Voto Cuenta! We will learn how voting in local elections impacts Latino communities, the environment, and public health in Washington state.
We’ll listen to the concerns in your neighborhood, share how to properly vote and return your ballot, where to learn more about local elections and how to register to vote. This will be a Spanish and English bilingual event. All are welcome, you do not need to be a registered voter to attend.
Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). Latino Conservation Week was created to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.
Register here for this zoom virtual event here: https://bit.ly/LCW2021votoWA

Sponsor(s):

Washington Conservation Voters, Washington Environmental Council
Location:
Zoom
https://bit.ly/LCW2021votoWA,Pasco,WA,99301


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:15PM

Full Event Details | Directions

#LatinoConservationWeek Tu Voto Cuenta

Join Washington Environmental Council and community partners for #LatinoConservationWeek Tu Voto Cuenta! We will learn how voting in local elections impacts Latino communities, the environment, and public health in Washington state.
We’ll listen to the concerns in your neighborhood, share how to properly vote and return your ballot, where to learn more about local elections and how to register to vote. This will be a Spanish and English bilingual event. All are welcome, you do not need to be a registered voter to attend.
Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). Latino Conservation Week was created to support the Latino community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources.
Register here for this zoom virtual event here: https://bit.ly/LCW2021votoWA
Location:
Zoom
https://bit.ly/LCW2021votoWA,Pasco,WA,99301


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:15PM

Washington
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2021

Yes
July 25, 2021 | District of Columbia

#LCW2021 Fiesta y Celebración

Gather with us to close out the week with a virtual celebration of #LCW2021 and past #LatinoConservationWeek years. We’ll be highlighting events and efforts from this year and past years in comunidad and hear from three great Latino leaders: Maite Arce, Luis Villa, and Jose Gonzalez. Bring your favorite drink and appetizer for a fun and casual event to celebrate our #LCW community’s efforts and partnerships throughout the year. We’ll also be presenting 3 #LCW Achievement Awards to prominent leaders in the conservation space that will be nominated by you! If you’d like to nominate someone in your community, visit the link here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4911265 

Register for the fiesta here:

https://www.airmeet.com/e/502c3530-cae8-11eb-930f-d1b89cc0076f

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Acompaña nos en terminar la semana con una celebración virtual de #LCW2021 y los últimos años de la #LatinoConservationWeek. Destacaremos los eventos y esfuerzos de este año y los años pasados en la comunidad y escucharemos a tres grandes líderes latinos: Maite Arce, Luis Villa y José González. Traiga su bebida y aperitivo favorito para un evento divertido e informal para celebrar los esfuerzos y asociaciones de nuestra comunidad #LCW durante todo el año. ¡También presentaremos 3 premios #LCWAchievementAwards a líderes prominentes en el espacio de conservación que serán nominados por usted! Si desea nominar a alguien de su comunidad, visite el enlace aquí: https://www.tfaforms.com/4911265 

Regístrese para la fiesta aquí:

https://www.airmeet.com/e/502c3530-cae8-11eb-930f-d1b89cc0076f

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, Latino Outdoors
Location:
Airmeet
https://www.airmeet.com/e/502c3530-cae8-11eb-930f-d1b89cc0076f,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 25, 2021 - July 25, 2021
7:00 pm ET - 8:00 pm ET

Full Event Details | Directions

#LCW2021 Fiesta y Celebración

Gather with us to close out the week with a virtual celebration of #LCW2021 and past #LatinoConservationWeek years. We’ll be highlighting events and efforts from this year and past years in comunidad and hear from three great Latino leaders: Maite Arce, Luis Villa, and Jose Gonzalez. Bring your favorite drink and appetizer for a fun and casual event to celebrate our #LCW community’s efforts and partnerships throughout the year. We’ll also be presenting 3 #LCW Achievement Awards to prominent leaders in the conservation space that will be nominated by you! If you’d like to nominate someone in your community, visit the link here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4911265 

Register for the fiesta here:

https://www.airmeet.com/e/502c3530-cae8-11eb-930f-d1b89cc0076f

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Acompaña nos en terminar la semana con una celebración virtual de #LCW2021 y los últimos años de la #LatinoConservationWeek. Destacaremos los eventos y esfuerzos de este año y los años pasados en la comunidad y escucharemos a tres grandes líderes latinos: Maite Arce, Luis Villa y José González. Traiga su bebida y aperitivo favorito para un evento divertido e informal para celebrar los esfuerzos y asociaciones de nuestra comunidad #LCW durante todo el año. ¡También presentaremos 3 premios #LCWAchievementAwards a líderes prominentes en el espacio de conservación que serán nominados por usted! Si desea nominar a alguien de su comunidad, visite el enlace aquí: https://www.tfaforms.com/4911265 

Regístrese para la fiesta aquí:

https://www.airmeet.com/e/502c3530-cae8-11eb-930f-d1b89cc0076f

Location:
Airmeet
https://www.airmeet.com/e/502c3530-cae8-11eb-930f-d1b89cc0076f,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 25, 2021 - July 25, 2021
7:00 pm ET - 8:00 pm ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/25/2021

Yes
July 17, 2021 | District of Columbia

#LCW2021 Photo Contest

Visit: https://latinooutdoors.org/photo-contest/ for full guidelines, rules, and criteria for entries. 

WHEN: 

Photo Contest begins July 17, 2021, and ends July 25, 2021 at 11:59 PM Pacific. Voting will occur July 27-30, 2021 and winners will be announced on July 31, 2021. 

WHO MAY PARTICIPATE:

All people are welcome to participate, regardless of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, ability, language, and nationality.  

WHAT TO ENTER:

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 2021:

  1. RETHINK OUTSIDE: Photos that help redefine what it means to be “outdoorsy”. Share portraits and photos of people engaging with the natural environment and purposeful activities which provide stress relief, promote well-being, build confidence, and offer health benefits to individuals and communities alike. 
  2. CONSERVATION CULTURA: Photos that illustrate how conservation is woven into the fabric of Latinx culture. Use photography to highlight cultural elements not found in the mainstream conservation narrative with a particular focus on the intersection of the Latinx identity and the natural environment.
  3. THE LATINX EXPERIENCE: Photos that contribute to a better representation of all Latinx people, history, and heritage.

HOW TO ENTER:

Each participant may submit up to three photographs per category using this form. Please complete one form per photo and include a Photo Release Form. Photographs may also be submitted as Instagram posts by tagging @latinooutdoors and indicating the contest category in the caption of the IG post (Rethink Outside, Conservation Cultura, or The Latinx Experience). Photos must capture people outdoors locally, either participating in outdoor recreation or conservation efforts. 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Follow @LatinoConservationWeek
  • Use the following hashtags #LatinoConservationWeek / #LCW2021 / #LCWPhotoContest
  • Practice social distancing and be safe (see #RecreateResponsibly guidelines mentioned above)
  • 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 cultura mean to you?” in the photo/post caption.

 

 

PRIZES:

Grand Prize

  • $500 and a Latino Outdoors swag pack

Category Winners:

The following prizes will be awarded for each of the three categories:

  • 1st place: $300 and a National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass
  • 2nd place: $150 and a National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass
  • 3rd place: National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, Latino Outdoors
Location:
Online
Online,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Full Event Details | Directions

#LCW2021 Photo Contest

Visit: https://latinooutdoors.org/photo-contest/ for full guidelines, rules, and criteria for entries. 

WHEN: 

Photo Contest begins July 17, 2021, and ends July 25, 2021 at 11:59 PM Pacific. Voting will occur July 27-30, 2021 and winners will be announced on July 31, 2021. 

WHO MAY PARTICIPATE:

All people are welcome to participate, regardless of race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, ability, language, and nationality.  

WHAT TO ENTER:

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 2021:

  1. RETHINK OUTSIDE: Photos that help redefine what it means to be “outdoorsy”. Share portraits and photos of people engaging with the natural environment and purposeful activities which provide stress relief, promote well-being, build confidence, and offer health benefits to individuals and communities alike. 
  2. CONSERVATION CULTURA: Photos that illustrate how conservation is woven into the fabric of Latinx culture. Use photography to highlight cultural elements not found in the mainstream conservation narrative with a particular focus on the intersection of the Latinx identity and the natural environment.
  3. THE LATINX EXPERIENCE: Photos that contribute to a better representation of all Latinx people, history, and heritage.

HOW TO ENTER:

Each participant may submit up to three photographs per category using this form. Please complete one form per photo and include a Photo Release Form. Photographs may also be submitted as Instagram posts by tagging @latinooutdoors and indicating the contest category in the caption of the IG post (Rethink Outside, Conservation Cultura, or The Latinx Experience). Photos must capture people outdoors locally, either participating in outdoor recreation or conservation efforts. 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Follow @LatinoConservationWeek
  • Use the following hashtags #LatinoConservationWeek / #LCW2021 / #LCWPhotoContest
  • Practice social distancing and be safe (see #RecreateResponsibly guidelines mentioned above)
  • 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 cultura mean to you?” in the photo/post caption.

 

 

PRIZES:

Grand Prize

  • $500 and a Latino Outdoors swag pack

Category Winners:

The following prizes will be awarded for each of the three categories:

  • 1st place: $300 and a National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass
  • 2nd place: $150 and a National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass
  • 3rd place: National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass
Location:
Online
Online,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
12:00 am - 12:00 am

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/17/2021

Yes
July 21, 2021 | District of Columbia

#LCW2021 Twitter Chat

On behalf of Hispanic Access Foundation, we invite you to join our Twitter Chat on Wednesday, July 21 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!

Por parte de Hispanic Access Foundation, los invitamos a juntarse a nuestro chat de Twitter el miércoles 21 de julio a la 1 pm EST. Siéntase libre de hacer preguntas durante el chat de Twitter o ayúdenos a ampliar de 1 a 2 pm EST usando algunos de los tweets y gráficos redactados. Las acciones que tomemos hoy tendrán un impacto en nuestros niños y las generaciones venideras. ¡Esperamos su participación!

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Twitter
@HispanicAccess,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
1:00 pm ET - 2:00 pm ET

Full Event Details | Directions

#LCW2021 Twitter Chat

On behalf of Hispanic Access Foundation, we invite you to join our Twitter Chat on Wednesday, July 21 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!

Por parte de Hispanic Access Foundation, los invitamos a juntarse a nuestro chat de Twitter el miércoles 21 de julio a la 1 pm EST. Siéntase libre de hacer preguntas durante el chat de Twitter o ayúdenos a ampliar de 1 a 2 pm EST usando algunos de los tweets y gráficos redactados. Las acciones que tomemos hoy tendrán un impacto en nuestros niños y las generaciones venideras. ¡Esperamos su participación!

Location:
Twitter
@HispanicAccess,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
1:00 pm ET - 2:00 pm ET

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2018 | New Mexico

#NuestroGila: Hike y Discada at Mogollon Box

Join us at the Mogollon Box recreation area located in the Gila National Forest adjacent to Nature Conservancy land. This area is beloved by our community as a place to spend hot summer days swimming and hanging out in the shade of cottonwood trees. People will have the opportunity to hike, float, and fish upstream and downstream along the wild Gila River. Discada will be cooked on site free of charge. Acompañanos a disfrutar de nuestra naturaleza!

Sponsor(s):

Nuestro Gila, Upper Gila Watershed Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, Conservation Lands Foundation, New Mexico Wild

Location:
Gough Park


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
8:30am - 5:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

#NuestroGila: Hike y Discada at Mogollon Box

Join us at the Mogollon Box recreation area located in the Gila National Forest adjacent to Nature Conservancy land. This area is beloved by our community as a place to spend hot summer days swimming and hanging out in the shade of cottonwood trees. People will have the opportunity to hike, float, and fish upstream and downstream along the wild Gila River. Discada will be cooked on site free of charge. Acompañanos a disfrutar de nuestra naturaleza!

Location:
Gough Park


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
8:30am - 5:30pm

New Mexico
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2018

Yes
July 18, 2021 | District of Columbia

#RecreateResponsibly: IG Live Chat

Join us live on @LatinoConservationWeek Instagram page on Sunday, July 18 at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT to discuss #RecreateResponsibly and how the messaging ties into the way we participate in outdoor recreation. MANO Alumni Tanya Helbig will be leading the discussion with Luis Villa, Executive Director of Latino Outdoors and Anahí Naranjo, LO NYC leader. #LCW2021

Únase a nosotros en vivo en la página de Instagram de @LatinoConservationWeek el domingo 18 de julio a las 12:00 pm ET / 9: 00 am PT para discutir #RecreateResponsibly y cómo los mensajes se relacionan con la forma en que participamos en la recreación al aire libre. La ex alumna de MANO, Tanya Helbig, liderará la discusión con Luis Villa, Director Ejecutivo de Latino Outdoors y Anahí Naranjo, líder de LO NYC. #LCW2021

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
IG Live
IG Live,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT - 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT

Full Event Details | Directions

#RecreateResponsibly: IG Live Chat

Join us live on @LatinoConservationWeek Instagram page on Sunday, July 18 at 12:00 pm ET/9:00 am PT to discuss #RecreateResponsibly and how the messaging ties into the way we participate in outdoor recreation. MANO Alumni Tanya Helbig will be leading the discussion with Luis Villa, Executive Director of Latino Outdoors and Anahí Naranjo, LO NYC leader. #LCW2021

Únase a nosotros en vivo en la página de Instagram de @LatinoConservationWeek el domingo 18 de julio a las 12:00 pm ET / 9: 00 am PT para discutir #RecreateResponsibly y cómo los mensajes se relacionan con la forma en que participamos en la recreación al aire libre. La ex alumna de MANO, Tanya Helbig, liderará la discusión con Luis Villa, Director Ejecutivo de Latino Outdoors y Anahí Naranjo, líder de LO NYC. #LCW2021

Location:
IG Live
IG Live,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT - 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/18/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 19, 2021 | District of Columbia

#RethinkOutside: Family Activity Kit

In honor of #RethinkOutside as part of this year's Latino Conservation Week, Hispanic Access Foundation and Latino Outdoors are happy to present you with a downloadable copy of our #RethinkOutside Family Activity Kit. The file download will include a copy of last year's Loteria de Conservacion, a backyard scavenger hunt, a coloring book, and more! The kit will be available for download free of cost. 

Kit available for download here: https://latinooutdoors.org/RethinkOutside-family-activity-kit/ 

 

En honor a #RethinkOutside como parte de la Semana de la Conservación Latina de este año, Hispanic Access Foundation y Latino Outdoors se complacen en presentarle una copia descargable de nuestro kit de actividades familiares #RethinkOutside. ¡La descarga del archivo incluirá una copia de la Lotería de Conservación del año pasado, una búsqueda del tesoro en el patio trasero, un libro para colorear y más! El kit estará disponible para descargar de forma gratuita.

Descargue su kit aqui: https://latinooutdoors.org/RethinkOutside-family-activity-kit/ 

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, Latino Outdoors

Location:
Online
N/A,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 19, 2021 - July 19, 2021
All day - All day

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#RethinkOutside: Family Activity Kit

In honor of #RethinkOutside as part of this year's Latino Conservation Week, Hispanic Access Foundation and Latino Outdoors are happy to present you with a downloadable copy of our #RethinkOutside Family Activity Kit. The file download will include a copy of last year's Loteria de Conservacion, a backyard scavenger hunt, a coloring book, and more! The kit will be available for download free of cost. 

Kit available for download here: https://latinooutdoors.org/RethinkOutside-family-activity-kit/ 

 

En honor a #RethinkOutside como parte de la Semana de la Conservación Latina de este año, Hispanic Access Foundation y Latino Outdoors se complacen en presentarle una copia descargable de nuestro kit de actividades familiares #RethinkOutside. ¡La descarga del archivo incluirá una copia de la Lotería de Conservación del año pasado, una búsqueda del tesoro en el patio trasero, un libro para colorear y más! El kit estará disponible para descargar de forma gratuita.

Descargue su kit aqui: https://latinooutdoors.org/RethinkOutside-family-activity-kit/ 

Location:
Online
N/A,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 19, 2021 - July 19, 2021
All day - All day

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2021 | District of Columbia

#YoCuento: IG Live with Ella Pocketbook

Cindy Rangel is the founder of Ella Pocketbook, a company focused on sustainable fashion and travel accessories for professional women of color. She is currently working on her first travel bag that has the planet and people in mind.

Join us live on IG @LatinoConservationWeek this Saturday at 1:00 pm EST/10:00 am PST to hear from Cindy about her and her new business. 

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, Ella Pocketbook
Location:
IG Live
@LatinoConservationWeek,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 24, 2021 - July 24, 2021
1:00 pm ET - 1:30 pm ET

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#YoCuento: IG Live with Ella Pocketbook

Cindy Rangel is the founder of Ella Pocketbook, a company focused on sustainable fashion and travel accessories for professional women of color. She is currently working on her first travel bag that has the planet and people in mind.

Join us live on IG @LatinoConservationWeek this Saturday at 1:00 pm EST/10:00 am PST to hear from Cindy about her and her new business. 

Location:
IG Live
@LatinoConservationWeek,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 24, 2021 - July 24, 2021
1:00 pm ET - 1:30 pm ET

District of Columbia
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07/24/2021

Yes
July 24, 2021 | District of Columbia

#YoCuento: Learning from our Elders

Join @HispanicAccess and @LatinoOutdoors for a virtual storytelling campfire chat where we’ll hear from a few prominent elder leaders in our community: Margarita Flores, Santiago Maestas, and Jorge Garcia.  They’ll share with us their own personal stories of conservation cultura and will give us an opportunity to learn from our elders as we the youth prepare to fight for climate justice. 

Spanish interpretation and live captioning will be provided. 

Join us by registering for the event here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h6zC5Hi3TIG5UtSFuNtmzQ

 

 

Únase a @HispanicAccess y @LatinoOutdoors para una charla virtual en donde escucharemos a algunos líderes mayores prominentes en nuestra comunidad: Margarita Flores, Santiago Maestas y Jorge García. Ellos compartirán con nosotros sus propias historias personales de conservación cultural y nos darán la oportunidad de aprender de nuestros mayores mientras los jóvenes nos preparamos para luchar por la justicia climática.

Se proporcionará interpretación en español y subtítulos en vivo.

Únase a nosotros registrándose para el evento aquí: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h6zC5Hi3TIG5UtSFuNtmzQ 

 

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Zoom
Zoom,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 24, 2021 - July 24, 2021
12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT - 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT

Full Event Details | Directions

#YoCuento: Learning from our Elders

Join @HispanicAccess and @LatinoOutdoors for a virtual storytelling campfire chat where we’ll hear from a few prominent elder leaders in our community: Margarita Flores, Santiago Maestas, and Jorge Garcia.  They’ll share with us their own personal stories of conservation cultura and will give us an opportunity to learn from our elders as we the youth prepare to fight for climate justice. 

Spanish interpretation and live captioning will be provided. 

Join us by registering for the event here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h6zC5Hi3TIG5UtSFuNtmzQ

 

 

Únase a @HispanicAccess y @LatinoOutdoors para una charla virtual en donde escucharemos a algunos líderes mayores prominentes en nuestra comunidad: Margarita Flores, Santiago Maestas y Jorge García. Ellos compartirán con nosotros sus propias historias personales de conservación cultural y nos darán la oportunidad de aprender de nuestros mayores mientras los jóvenes nos preparamos para luchar por la justicia climática.

Se proporcionará interpretación en español y subtítulos en vivo.

Únase a nosotros registrándose para el evento aquí: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h6zC5Hi3TIG5UtSFuNtmzQ 

 

Location:
Zoom
Zoom,Washington,DC,20005


Date & time:
July 24, 2021 - July 24, 2021
12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT - 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT

District of Columbia
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07/24/2021

Yes
Inperson
September 14, 2019 | Michigan

16th Annual Mayors' Grand River Cleanup

The West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) invites you to the 16th Annual Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 8:30AM to 1:00PM at Sixth Street Park in Grand Rapids, MI. Join over 1,000 volunteers as they cleanup 30 miles of the Grand River in 5 West Michigan Communities – Grand Rapids, Grandville, Walker, Wyoming, and Plainfield Township. Participants will travel to sites courtesy of Dean Transportation to pull thousands of pounds of trash and recycling from along river banks and storm drains and return for a celebration that includes live music, lunch, and a beer garden featuring Founders Brewing and Cascade Blonde (21+ for beer garden and ID required). All ages are welcome for this family-friendly event! Sign-up as an individual or as a team of family and friends. Groups, organizations, and businesses can also register a team. More information and registration is available online at wmeac.org/mayorscleanup.

Sponsor(s):

West Michigan Environmental Action Council

Location:
Sixth Street Park
647 Monroe Avenue Northwest,Grand Rapids,MI,49503


Date & time:
September 14, 2019 - September 14, 2019
8:30am - 1:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

16th Annual Mayors' Grand River Cleanup

The West Michigan Environmental Action Council (WMEAC) invites you to the 16th Annual Mayors’ Grand River Cleanup on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 8:30AM to 1:00PM at Sixth Street Park in Grand Rapids, MI. Join over 1,000 volunteers as they cleanup 30 miles of the Grand River in 5 West Michigan Communities – Grand Rapids, Grandville, Walker, Wyoming, and Plainfield Township. Participants will travel to sites courtesy of Dean Transportation to pull thousands of pounds of trash and recycling from along river banks and storm drains and return for a celebration that includes live music, lunch, and a beer garden featuring Founders Brewing and Cascade Blonde (21+ for beer garden and ID required). All ages are welcome for this family-friendly event! Sign-up as an individual or as a team of family and friends. Groups, organizations, and businesses can also register a team. More information and registration is available online at wmeac.org/mayorscleanup.

Location:
Sixth Street Park
647 Monroe Avenue Northwest,Grand Rapids,MI,49503


Date & time:
September 14, 2019 - September 14, 2019
8:30am - 1:00pm

Michigan
Full Event Details | Directions

09/14/2019

Yes
July 21, 2018 | District of Columbia

2018 Lotus and Water Lily Cultural Festival

The Lotus and Water Lily Festival is an annual event that celebrates global culture in the wild wetlands of Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens. At this free family fun celebration, visitors enjoy cultural exhibitors, hands-on activities, lotus tea tasting, traditional Latin, Asian and African performances and the spectular lotus and water lilies in full bloom! This year’s theme is “Culture, Nature and Community” and we will celebrate the Year of the Anacostia while highlighting the various aspects of culture, nature and communities connected to the Anacostia River, which borders Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.

Join the Hispanic Access Foundation at its table to participate in a photo scavenger hunt around the aquatic gardens!!

Visit go.nps.gov/lotus for more event information.

facebook.com/kenilworthaquaticgardens

twittter.com/AnacostiaNPS

instagram.com/KenilworthNPS

#LotusLilyFest #YearoftheAnacostia 

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation; Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, NPS

Location:
Kenilworth Park Aquatic Gardens
1900 Anacostia Ave SE ,Washington,DC,20020


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
10am - 5pm Saturday

Full Event Details | Directions

2018 Lotus and Water Lily Cultural Festival

The Lotus and Water Lily Festival is an annual event that celebrates global culture in the wild wetlands of Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens. At this free family fun celebration, visitors enjoy cultural exhibitors, hands-on activities, lotus tea tasting, traditional Latin, Asian and African performances and the spectular lotus and water lilies in full bloom! This year’s theme is “Culture, Nature and Community” and we will celebrate the Year of the Anacostia while highlighting the various aspects of culture, nature and communities connected to the Anacostia River, which borders Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.

Join the Hispanic Access Foundation at its table to participate in a photo scavenger hunt around the aquatic gardens!!

Visit go.nps.gov/lotus for more event information.

facebook.com/kenilworthaquaticgardens

twittter.com/AnacostiaNPS

instagram.com/KenilworthNPS

#LotusLilyFest #YearoftheAnacostia 

Location:
Kenilworth Park Aquatic Gardens
1900 Anacostia Ave SE ,Washington,DC,20020


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
10am - 5pm Saturday

District of Columbia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2018

Yes
July 22, 2018 | Virginia

2018 Riopalooza!

Join your Shenandoah Riverkeeper and its partners—the U.S. Forest Service, Corazón Latino, Hispanic Access Foundation, North Bay Adventure, Park Rx America and a diverse community of friends and family on July 22 for a celebration of the Shenandoah River, Wild & Scenic Rivers, and Latino Conservation Week!

Sponsor(s):

Shenandoah Riverkeeper, U.S. Forest Service (Conservation Education, Wild & Scenic Rivers, NatureWatch) Corazón Latino, Hispanic Access Foundation, North Bay Adventure, Park Rx America

Location:
Low Water Bridge Campground
192 Panhandle Rd,Bentonville,VA,22610


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

2018 Riopalooza!

Join your Shenandoah Riverkeeper and its partners—the U.S. Forest Service, Corazón Latino, Hispanic Access Foundation, North Bay Adventure, Park Rx America and a diverse community of friends and family on July 22 for a celebration of the Shenandoah River, Wild & Scenic Rivers, and Latino Conservation Week!

Location:
Low Water Bridge Campground
192 Panhandle Rd,Bentonville,VA,22610


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Virginia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2018

Yes
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

Full Event Details | Directions

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
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 21, 2021 | Utah

2021 Sabores de Mi Patria: ¡Somos lo que comemos: La Milpa / We are what we eat

Join Wasatch Community Gardens (WCG) and Artes de México en Utah for a workshop from our joint Sabores de Mi Patria program: ¡Somos lo que comemos: La Milpa / We are what we eat: La Milpa.

We will share valuable cultural knowledge about La Milpa and the Three Sisters through the analysis of the cosmological system of understanding the social relations with nature through the significance that corn and her “sisters” has for the indigenous people.

This workshop will increase participants' understanding and appreciation of the cultural legacy of Milpa and The Three Sisters (which are both traditional systems of growing corn, beans, and squash) as symbols of indigenous identity.

The event will be held at the Wasatch Community Gardens' Campus (629 E. 800 S., SLC). The presentation will be given in Spanish and English. Seating will be limited (though standing room will be available), and water will be provided. Expected program length is 1 hour.

Register: https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=926&reset=1 

*We recognize that our community includes people who are at various levels of COVID risk. This is an outdoor event. To ensure the safety of all guests, we kindly ask that our guests abide by the same policy we currently ask of our staff: please wear a mask or maintain a 6 foot distance from others if you have not been vaccinated. Those who are vaccinated are also certainly welcome to wear a mask if you feel more comfortable doing so. Note that, should COVID conditions change, this event may be cancelled. We will notify registrants as soon as possible if this is the case.

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Acompaña a Wasatch Community Gardens y Artes de México en Utah para un taller de nuestro programa conjunto: ¡Sabores de Mi Patria: La Milpa!

Compartiremos valiosos conocimientos culturales sobre La Milpa y las Tres Hermanas a través del análisis del sistema cosmológico de comprensión de las relaciones sociales con la naturaleza a través del significado que tiene el maíz y sus “hermanas” para los indígenas.

Este taller aumentará la comprensión y la apreciación de los participantes del legado cultural de Milpa y Las Tres Hermanas (que son sistemas tradicionales de cultivo de maíz, frijoles y calabaza) como símbolos de la identidad indígena.

El evento será alojado en el campus de Wasatch Community Gardens (629 E. 800 S., SLC). La presentación será en español e ingles. Los asientos serán limitados (aunque habrá espacio disponible para estar de pie) y agua estará disponible. La duración del programa es de 1 hora.

* Reconocemos que nuestra comunidad incluye personas que se encuentran en varios niveles de riesgo de COVID. Este es un evento al aire libre. Para garantizar la seguridad de todos los invitados, les pedimos amablemente que cumplan con la misma política que actualmente le pedimos a nuestro empleados: use una máscara o mantenga una distancia de 6 pies de los demás si no ha sido vacunado. Aquellos que están vacunados también son bienvenidos a usar una máscara si se sienten más cómodos haciéndolo. Tenga en cuenta que si cambian las condiciones de COVID, este evento puede cancelarse. Notificaremos a los inscritos lo antes posible si este es el caso.

Sponsor(s):

Wasatch Community Gardens, Artes de Mexico en Utah

Location:
Wasatch Community Gardens Campus
629 E. 800 S.,Salt Lake City,UT,84102


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

2021 Sabores de Mi Patria: ¡Somos lo que comemos: La Milpa / We are what we eat

Join Wasatch Community Gardens (WCG) and Artes de México en Utah for a workshop from our joint Sabores de Mi Patria program: ¡Somos lo que comemos: La Milpa / We are what we eat: La Milpa.

We will share valuable cultural knowledge about La Milpa and the Three Sisters through the analysis of the cosmological system of understanding the social relations with nature through the significance that corn and her “sisters” has for the indigenous people.

This workshop will increase participants' understanding and appreciation of the cultural legacy of Milpa and The Three Sisters (which are both traditional systems of growing corn, beans, and squash) as symbols of indigenous identity.

The event will be held at the Wasatch Community Gardens' Campus (629 E. 800 S., SLC). The presentation will be given in Spanish and English. Seating will be limited (though standing room will be available), and water will be provided. Expected program length is 1 hour.

Register: https://wasatchgardens.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/event/register&id=926&reset=1 

*We recognize that our community includes people who are at various levels of COVID risk. This is an outdoor event. To ensure the safety of all guests, we kindly ask that our guests abide by the same policy we currently ask of our staff: please wear a mask or maintain a 6 foot distance from others if you have not been vaccinated. Those who are vaccinated are also certainly welcome to wear a mask if you feel more comfortable doing so. Note that, should COVID conditions change, this event may be cancelled. We will notify registrants as soon as possible if this is the case.

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Acompaña a Wasatch Community Gardens y Artes de México en Utah para un taller de nuestro programa conjunto: ¡Sabores de Mi Patria: La Milpa!

Compartiremos valiosos conocimientos culturales sobre La Milpa y las Tres Hermanas a través del análisis del sistema cosmológico de comprensión de las relaciones sociales con la naturaleza a través del significado que tiene el maíz y sus “hermanas” para los indígenas.

Este taller aumentará la comprensión y la apreciación de los participantes del legado cultural de Milpa y Las Tres Hermanas (que son sistemas tradicionales de cultivo de maíz, frijoles y calabaza) como símbolos de la identidad indígena.

El evento será alojado en el campus de Wasatch Community Gardens (629 E. 800 S., SLC). La presentación será en español e ingles. Los asientos serán limitados (aunque habrá espacio disponible para estar de pie) y agua estará disponible. La duración del programa es de 1 hora.

* Reconocemos que nuestra comunidad incluye personas que se encuentran en varios niveles de riesgo de COVID. Este es un evento al aire libre. Para garantizar la seguridad de todos los invitados, les pedimos amablemente que cumplan con la misma política que actualmente le pedimos a nuestro empleados: use una máscara o mantenga una distancia de 6 pies de los demás si no ha sido vacunado. Aquellos que están vacunados también son bienvenidos a usar una máscara si se sienten más cómodos haciéndolo. Tenga en cuenta que si cambian las condiciones de COVID, este evento puede cancelarse. Notificaremos a los inscritos lo antes posible si este es el caso.

Location:
Wasatch Community Gardens Campus
629 E. 800 S.,Salt Lake City,UT,84102


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Utah
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 13, 2019 | New Mexico

3 Mile Dwelling Hike

Mile Dwelling is a hike up the West Fork of the Gila River. One of the segments being proposed for Wild & Scenic Designation. This hike is intermediate with numerous river crossings and beautiful scenery. Snacks and drinks for the hike will be provided. Participants are asked to bring plenty of water, snacks, sunscreen and shoes you don't mind getting wet. We ask that all participants meet at The Silver City Visitors Center at 8 am. The drive is approx. 1.5 hours to the trailhead.

Please RSVP to: simon@nmwild.org OR grecia@nmwild.org

Max Participants: 15

Sponsor(s):

New Mexico Wild

Location:
West Fork Gila River
201 N Hudson, Silver City, NM, 88061


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
8am - 5pm

Full Event Details | Directions

3 Mile Dwelling Hike

Mile Dwelling is a hike up the West Fork of the Gila River. One of the segments being proposed for Wild & Scenic Designation. This hike is intermediate with numerous river crossings and beautiful scenery. Snacks and drinks for the hike will be provided. Participants are asked to bring plenty of water, snacks, sunscreen and shoes you don't mind getting wet. We ask that all participants meet at The Silver City Visitors Center at 8 am. The drive is approx. 1.5 hours to the trailhead.

Please RSVP to: simon@nmwild.org OR grecia@nmwild.org

Max Participants: 15

Location:
West Fork Gila River
201 N Hudson, Silver City, NM, 88061


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
8am - 5pm

New Mexico
Full Event Details | Directions

07/13/2019

Yes
July 21, 2021 | California

7/21 Charlas y Conexiones

Join the next #CharlasyConexiones on July 21st 6 PM PST hosted by the #LatinxAmbientalistas peer network. Our speakers will be Juan Pablo (JP) Theberge from Grow the San Diego Way and Jesus "Chuy" Flores from Estolano Advisors to talk about environmental land use issues. #LatinxAmbientalistas is a growing community on Slack exchanging resources and engaging in the environmental complexities and bilingualism of our Latinx culture. Join the event and Slack group by signing up here: bit.ly/latinxambientalistas

Únase a la próxima #CharlasyConexiones el 21 de julio a las 6 p.m. PST organizada por la red de pares #LatinxAmbientalistas. Nuestros oradores serán Juan Pablo (JP) Theberge de Grow the San Diego Way y Jesús "Chuy" Flores de Estolano Advisors para hablar sobre los problemas ambientales del uso de la tierra.
Somos una comunidad en crecimiento en Slack que intercambia recursos y participa en las complejidades ambientales y el bilingüismo de nuestra cultura Latinx. Únase al evento y al grupo de Slack registrándose aquí: bit.ly/latinxambientalistas

Sponsor(s):

Latinx Ambientalistas
Location:
Zoom
latinxambientalistas@gmail.com ,N/A,CA,90807


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
6 PM PST - 7 PM PST

Full Event Details | Directions

7/21 Charlas y Conexiones

Join the next #CharlasyConexiones on July 21st 6 PM PST hosted by the #LatinxAmbientalistas peer network. Our speakers will be Juan Pablo (JP) Theberge from Grow the San Diego Way and Jesus "Chuy" Flores from Estolano Advisors to talk about environmental land use issues. #LatinxAmbientalistas is a growing community on Slack exchanging resources and engaging in the environmental complexities and bilingualism of our Latinx culture. Join the event and Slack group by signing up here: bit.ly/latinxambientalistas

Únase a la próxima #CharlasyConexiones el 21 de julio a las 6 p.m. PST organizada por la red de pares #LatinxAmbientalistas. Nuestros oradores serán Juan Pablo (JP) Theberge de Grow the San Diego Way y Jesús "Chuy" Flores de Estolano Advisors para hablar sobre los problemas ambientales del uso de la tierra.
Somos una comunidad en crecimiento en Slack que intercambia recursos y participa en las complejidades ambientales y el bilingüismo de nuestra cultura Latinx. Únase al evento y al grupo de Slack registrándose aquí: bit.ly/latinxambientalistas

Location:
Zoom
latinxambientalistas@gmail.com ,N/A,CA,90807


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
6 PM PST - 7 PM PST

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2021

Yes
July 18, 2021 | Colorado

A celebrar la Semana de Conservación Latina con un proyecto de Arte en la Montaña

Join Wilderness Workshop, Defiende Nuestra Tierra, and the Aspen Art Museum to celebrate Latino Conservation Week through a photography workshop. During this workshop we will be exploring the interconnectedness between place based conservation and Latino identity, through the lens of our phone cameras. We will be practicing storytelling, talking identity and how it all fits into local landscapes and conservation efforts, all with the expert guidance from Defiende Nuestra Tierra and Aspen Art Museum representatives.

This is a free, guided and bilingual event. We encourage all participants to come as their full self and celebrate their culture as we dive deep into exploring the translational landscape of Lake Christine, where wildfires affected our day to day life in the Roaring Fork Valley a couple years ago.

To help us plan, please register in advance. Additional information will be sent in your confirmation email.

 

Únase a Wilderness Workshop, Defiende Nuestra Tierra y el Aspen Art Museum para celebrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina a través de un taller de fotografía. Durante este taller exploraremos la interconexión entre la conservación basada en nuestro valle y la identidad latina, a través de la lente de las cámaras de nuestro teléfono. Practicaremos la narración de historias, hablaremos de identidad y cómo todo encaja en los paisajes locales y los esfuerzos de conservación, todo con la guía experta de los representantes de Defiende Nuestra Tierra y Aspen Art Museum.

Este es un evento gratuito, guiado y bilingüe. Alentamos a todos los participantes a que vengan plenamente y celebren su cultura mientras nos sumergimos en la exploración del paisaje traslacional del lago Christine, donde los incendios forestales afectaron nuestra vida cotidiana en el valle de Roaring Fork hace un par de años.

Para ayudarnos a planificar, regístrese con anticipación. Se enviará información adicional en su correo electrónico de confirmación.

Sponsor(s):

Defiende Nuestra Tierra & Aspen Art Museum

Location:
Lake Christine
Lake Christine,Basalt,CO,81621


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
3:00 - 4:00

Full Event Details | Directions

A celebrar la Semana de Conservación Latina con un proyecto de Arte en la Montaña

Join Wilderness Workshop, Defiende Nuestra Tierra, and the Aspen Art Museum to celebrate Latino Conservation Week through a photography workshop. During this workshop we will be exploring the interconnectedness between place based conservation and Latino identity, through the lens of our phone cameras. We will be practicing storytelling, talking identity and how it all fits into local landscapes and conservation efforts, all with the expert guidance from Defiende Nuestra Tierra and Aspen Art Museum representatives.

This is a free, guided and bilingual event. We encourage all participants to come as their full self and celebrate their culture as we dive deep into exploring the translational landscape of Lake Christine, where wildfires affected our day to day life in the Roaring Fork Valley a couple years ago.

To help us plan, please register in advance. Additional information will be sent in your confirmation email.

 

Únase a Wilderness Workshop, Defiende Nuestra Tierra y el Aspen Art Museum para celebrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina a través de un taller de fotografía. Durante este taller exploraremos la interconexión entre la conservación basada en nuestro valle y la identidad latina, a través de la lente de las cámaras de nuestro teléfono. Practicaremos la narración de historias, hablaremos de identidad y cómo todo encaja en los paisajes locales y los esfuerzos de conservación, todo con la guía experta de los representantes de Defiende Nuestra Tierra y Aspen Art Museum.

Este es un evento gratuito, guiado y bilingüe. Alentamos a todos los participantes a que vengan plenamente y celebren su cultura mientras nos sumergimos en la exploración del paisaje traslacional del lago Christine, donde los incendios forestales afectaron nuestra vida cotidiana en el valle de Roaring Fork hace un par de años.

Para ayudarnos a planificar, regístrese con anticipación. Se enviará información adicional en su correo electrónico de confirmación.

Location:
Lake Christine
Lake Christine,Basalt,CO,81621


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
3:00 - 4:00

Colorado
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07/18/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2021 | California

A Conversation with Latina Environmental Justice Champions

LatinasRepresent, an initiative of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA), is proud to partner with GreenLatinos to host "A Conversation with Latina Environmental Justice Champions" during Latino Conservation Week 2021 to celebrate Latina leadership and inspire more Latinas to pursue careers at the intersection of public policy and environmental justice.

Latinas have historically been underrepresented in the conservation field. Yet, despite a myriad of challenges Latinas have done and continue to do incredible work to create healthier and safer communities for us all.

During this conversation, we will learn how Latina environmental justice advocates got their start in the field, why this work is important to them, and what you can do to make a difference in your communities.

Speakers include:
Irma Muñoz, Mujeres de la Tierra
Jessica Loya, Next 100 Coalition
Raquel Gomez, Atabey Outdoors
Mariana Del Valle Prieto Cervantes, GreenLatinos

Sponsor(s):

LatinasRepresent and GreenLatinos

Location:
Zoom
https://bit.ly/LRLCW2021,Fresno,CA,93702


Date & time:
July 20, 2021 - July 21, 2021
4 PM PT - 5 PM PT

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A Conversation with Latina Environmental Justice Champions

LatinasRepresent, an initiative of the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda (NHLA), is proud to partner with GreenLatinos to host "A Conversation with Latina Environmental Justice Champions" during Latino Conservation Week 2021 to celebrate Latina leadership and inspire more Latinas to pursue careers at the intersection of public policy and environmental justice.

Latinas have historically been underrepresented in the conservation field. Yet, despite a myriad of challenges Latinas have done and continue to do incredible work to create healthier and safer communities for us all.

During this conversation, we will learn how Latina environmental justice advocates got their start in the field, why this work is important to them, and what you can do to make a difference in your communities.

Speakers include:
Irma Muñoz, Mujeres de la Tierra
Jessica Loya, Next 100 Coalition
Raquel Gomez, Atabey Outdoors
Mariana Del Valle Prieto Cervantes, GreenLatinos

Location:
Zoom
https://bit.ly/LRLCW2021,Fresno,CA,93702


Date & time:
July 20, 2021 - July 21, 2021
4 PM PT - 5 PM PT

California
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07/20/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2018 | Minnesota

A Day Outdoors in Fort Snelling State Park

MNDNR will be hosting Centro Guadalupano and their members at Fort Snelling State Park for a day of fishing and other outdoor activities! We will be geocaching, hiking, learning about the significant Bdote history in the park, learning about plants, going on a photo scavenger hunt, learning outdoor survival, etc. It will be a day to appreciate nature and the great resources we have right in the Twin Cities!

Sponsor(s):

Centro Guadalupano, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Location:
Fort Snelling State Park
101 Snelling Lake Road ,St. Paul,MN,55111


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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A Day Outdoors in Fort Snelling State Park

MNDNR will be hosting Centro Guadalupano and their members at Fort Snelling State Park for a day of fishing and other outdoor activities! We will be geocaching, hiking, learning about the significant Bdote history in the park, learning about plants, going on a photo scavenger hunt, learning outdoor survival, etc. It will be a day to appreciate nature and the great resources we have right in the Twin Cities!

Location:
Fort Snelling State Park
101 Snelling Lake Road ,St. Paul,MN,55111


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Minnesota
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07/20/2018

No
July 16, 2019 | Massachusetts

A Home For Everyone

Participants will learn about a unique group of birds called insectivores, the many ways they help humans, and what we can do to provide them with a home where they can thrive.

Sponsor(s):

Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Hispanic Access Foundation, Eagle Eye Institute

Location:
Conte NWR, Fort River Division, Hadley MA
Moody Bridge Rd,Hadley ,MA,01035


Date & time:
July 16, 2019 - July 16, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

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A Home For Everyone

Participants will learn about a unique group of birds called insectivores, the many ways they help humans, and what we can do to provide them with a home where they can thrive.

Location:
Conte NWR, Fort River Division, Hadley MA
Moody Bridge Rd,Hadley ,MA,01035


Date & time:
July 16, 2019 - July 16, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Massachusetts
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07/16/2019

No
July 22, 2021 | Florida

A Pleno Aire - A plein air painting event in celebration of Latino Conservation Week

Join artists and conservation activists Virginia Ansaldi and Shley Suarez-Burgos for an outdoor gathering at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Enjoy a guided interpretive walk, landscape painting viewing the historic Stiltsville Houses, and "sundowners" at The Cleat (drink ticket provided). All painting materials will be supplied. Bring your own chair or blanket for sitting. 

Park entry fee waived. Once you receive confirmation of your reservation, details for entry and meeting will be provided. 

Register here: https://forms.gle/gBS2nFbPFTGNEv9N7

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
1200 S. Crandon Blvd. ,Key Biscayne,FL,33149


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

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A Pleno Aire - A plein air painting event in celebration of Latino Conservation Week

Join artists and conservation activists Virginia Ansaldi and Shley Suarez-Burgos for an outdoor gathering at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. Enjoy a guided interpretive walk, landscape painting viewing the historic Stiltsville Houses, and "sundowners" at The Cleat (drink ticket provided). All painting materials will be supplied. Bring your own chair or blanket for sitting. 

Park entry fee waived. Once you receive confirmation of your reservation, details for entry and meeting will be provided. 

Register here: https://forms.gle/gBS2nFbPFTGNEv9N7

Location:
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
1200 S. Crandon Blvd. ,Key Biscayne,FL,33149


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm

Florida
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07/22/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2018 | New Jersey

A Wild Day at The Great Swamp

Hispanic Access Foundations Interns at Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge plan to engage Groundwork Elizabeth youth with the environment by exposing them to wildlife and its’ surroundings. These interns will host around 15 to 20 urban youth by educating them with live birds from the Raptor Trust following up with a bird watch. After lunch, the interns will proceed with an educational presentation about Julia Carabias Lillo, a Mexican Ecologist and Environmentalist then will follow up with a special showing of the documentary Leche y Miel. The event with close off with an hour of archery.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, The Friends of Great Swamp, The Raptor Trust, Groundwork Elizabeth, Columbia Sportswear Company

Location:
Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Visitor Center


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

A Wild Day at The Great Swamp

Hispanic Access Foundations Interns at Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge plan to engage Groundwork Elizabeth youth with the environment by exposing them to wildlife and its’ surroundings. These interns will host around 15 to 20 urban youth by educating them with live birds from the Raptor Trust following up with a bird watch. After lunch, the interns will proceed with an educational presentation about Julia Carabias Lillo, a Mexican Ecologist and Environmentalist then will follow up with a special showing of the documentary Leche y Miel. The event with close off with an hour of archery.

Location:
Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Visitor Center


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

New Jersey
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07/20/2018

No
July 18, 2021 | Massachusetts

Activity Station: Make a Boat out of Recycled Paper

Want to learn how to make a boat out of recycled materials? Join us at our Charlestown Navy Yard activity station! 

This activity is free and open to all ages. 

*In the case of severe weather, this event may be canceled. Please check our Facebook page for any updates: https://www.facebook.com/BostonNHP.

Sponsor(s):

National Parks of Boston
Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center
Charlestown Navy Yard,Boston,MA,02109


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
11 AM - 2 PM

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Activity Station: Make a Boat out of Recycled Paper

Want to learn how to make a boat out of recycled materials? Join us at our Charlestown Navy Yard activity station! 

This activity is free and open to all ages. 

*In the case of severe weather, this event may be canceled. Please check our Facebook page for any updates: https://www.facebook.com/BostonNHP.

Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center
Charlestown Navy Yard,Boston,MA,02109


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
11 AM - 2 PM

Massachusetts
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07/18/2021

Yes
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
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2018 | Arizona

Adobe Brick-Making at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument will be hosting a bilingual workshop on adobe brick-making on Friday, July 20, 2018. This hands on activity will begin at 9:00 a.m. and will run through 2:00 p.m. outside of the Visitor Center. Stop by, get your hands dirty and learn about some of the natural materials used for centuries to build pre-historic and historic homes and buildings!

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation Casa Grande Ruins National Monument Latino Heritage Internship Program

Location:
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Adobe Brick-Making at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument will be hosting a bilingual workshop on adobe brick-making on Friday, July 20, 2018. This hands on activity will begin at 9:00 a.m. and will run through 2:00 p.m. outside of the Visitor Center. Stop by, get your hands dirty and learn about some of the natural materials used for centuries to build pre-historic and historic homes and buildings!

Location:
Casa Grande Ruins National Monument


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Arizona
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07/20/2018

Yes
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

Full Event Details | Directions

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 22, 2018 | District of Columbia

Adventure Station at REI

Come to the Adventure Station at REI to learn about programs and hikes in the area!

Sponsor(s):

NPS, REI

Location:
REI Washington DC flagship store
201 M Street NE,Washington ,DC,20002


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m.

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Adventure Station at REI

Come to the Adventure Station at REI to learn about programs and hikes in the area!

Location:
REI Washington DC flagship store
201 M Street NE,Washington ,DC,20002


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 a.m.

District of Columbia
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07/22/2018

Yes
July 21, 2018 | Minnesota

Adventure Station at REI

Celebrate Latino Conservation at Bloomginton's REI store! Come learn about new potential experiences and locations to explore for those who enjoy being in the outdoors! There is a free raffle for great Columbia gear!  - And be sure to check out the screening of Leche y Miel, or Milk and Honey - a short documentary on Colorado River communities.  

Sponsor(s):

REI, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
REI
750 American Blvd. E,Bloomington,MN,55420


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Adventure Station at REI

Celebrate Latino Conservation at Bloomginton's REI store! Come learn about new potential experiences and locations to explore for those who enjoy being in the outdoors! There is a free raffle for great Columbia gear!  - And be sure to check out the screening of Leche y Miel, or Milk and Honey - a short documentary on Colorado River communities.  

Location:
REI
750 American Blvd. E,Bloomington,MN,55420


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Minnesota
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07/21/2018

Yes
July 22, 2017 | Massachusetts

Agua y Ambiente: An Evening on the Merrimack River

Come and enjoy a FREE boat ride on the Merrimack River along with music and fun activities for the whole family! Learn about the Merrimack's history as part of the industrial revolution, the environmental consequences from that revolution, and the conservation efforts of locals that helped recuperate the river into one that sustains and promotes life! Find out what you can do to make sure that we can continue to enjoy our rivers! Celebrate Latino Conservation Week and be part of the efforts to keep our natural resources safe for future generations!

Sponsor(s):

Lowell National Historical Park
Location:
Bellegarde Boathouse
500 Pawtucket Boulevard ,Lowell ,MA,01854


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

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Agua y Ambiente: An Evening on the Merrimack River

Come and enjoy a FREE boat ride on the Merrimack River along with music and fun activities for the whole family! Learn about the Merrimack's history as part of the industrial revolution, the environmental consequences from that revolution, and the conservation efforts of locals that helped recuperate the river into one that sustains and promotes life! Find out what you can do to make sure that we can continue to enjoy our rivers! Celebrate Latino Conservation Week and be part of the efforts to keep our natural resources safe for future generations!
Location:
Bellegarde Boathouse
500 Pawtucket Boulevard ,Lowell ,MA,01854


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Massachusetts
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07/22/2017

Yes
July 19, 2017 | New Jersey

Ahgases in Forsythe

Visit Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and learn about what the different activites you can do. We'll take a drive to see wildlife at the refuge. A biologist will teach about the different wildlife habitats at Forsythe and we'll have a Q&A panel session with refuge staff to introduce the community to environmental careers.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, US Fish & Wildlife Services
Location:
Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge


Date & time:
July 19, 2017 - July 19, 2017
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Ahgases in Forsythe

Visit Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and learn about what the different activites you can do. We'll take a drive to see wildlife at the refuge. A biologist will teach about the different wildlife habitats at Forsythe and we'll have a Q&A panel session with refuge staff to introduce the community to environmental careers.

Location:
Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge


Date & time:
July 19, 2017 - July 19, 2017
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

New Jersey
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07/19/2017

No
July 21, 2017 | New Jersey

Ahgases in Forsythe Part II

Visit Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and learn about what the different activites you can do. We'll take a drive to see wildlife at the refuge. A biologist will teach about the different wildlife habitats at Forsythe and we'll have a Q&A panel session with refuge staff to introduce the community to environmental careers.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, US Fish & Wildlife Services
Location:
Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge


Date & time:
July 21, 2017 - July 21, 2017
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Ahgases in Forsythe Part II

Visit Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge and learn about what the different activites you can do. We'll take a drive to see wildlife at the refuge. A biologist will teach about the different wildlife habitats at Forsythe and we'll have a Q&A panel session with refuge staff to introduce the community to environmental careers.

Location:
Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge


Date & time:
July 21, 2017 - July 21, 2017
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

New Jersey
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07/21/2017

No
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

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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
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07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 16, 2019 | Washington

All Girls Trail Crew at Mount Rainier, in partnership with Latino Outdoors

The All Girls Trail Crew is open to Latina youth ages 14-18 who live in Washington state. The crew will be spending a week engaging in stewardship and care of Mt. Rainier National Park, while also hiking and camping in this iconic park. Youth participants will be paid a $150 stipend for their work, and are receiving gear donations for future adventures courtesy of MSR and REI.

In 2017 and 2018, the crew built trails, explored rivers and had important and meaningful conversations about diversity in the outdoors. The girls left the program feeling inspired and having contributed over 30 hours of volunteer trail work each. We're looking forward to another great trip in 2019!

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, MSR, REI

Location:
Mount Rainier National Park
White River area,Ashford,WA,98304


Date & time:
July 16, 2019 - July 21, 2019
12:00 PM - 12:00 PM

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All Girls Trail Crew at Mount Rainier, in partnership with Latino Outdoors

The All Girls Trail Crew is open to Latina youth ages 14-18 who live in Washington state. The crew will be spending a week engaging in stewardship and care of Mt. Rainier National Park, while also hiking and camping in this iconic park. Youth participants will be paid a $150 stipend for their work, and are receiving gear donations for future adventures courtesy of MSR and REI.

In 2017 and 2018, the crew built trails, explored rivers and had important and meaningful conversations about diversity in the outdoors. The girls left the program feeling inspired and having contributed over 30 hours of volunteer trail work each. We're looking forward to another great trip in 2019!

Location:
Mount Rainier National Park
White River area,Ashford,WA,98304


Date & time:
July 16, 2019 - July 21, 2019
12:00 PM - 12:00 PM

Washington
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07/16/2019

No
July 17, 2018 | Pennsylvania

An Evening of Nature Activities

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with an evening of creekwalking investigation, birding, and hiking.

Sponsor(s):

Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Lehigh Gap Nature Center

Location:
Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center
400 Belfast Rd,Nazareth,PA,18064


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 17, 2018
5:00 m - 7:00 pm

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An Evening of Nature Activities

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week with an evening of creekwalking investigation, birding, and hiking.

Location:
Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center
400 Belfast Rd,Nazareth,PA,18064


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 17, 2018
5:00 m - 7:00 pm

Pennsylvania
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07/17/2018

Yes
July 27, 2018 | New Mexico

Ancestral Lands Day

Join us for a career day at El Morro with NPS staff who will explain what they do, why they do it and why you should too!

Sponsor(s):

Hispanic Access Foundation, National Park Service

Location:
El Morro National Monument
NM-53,Ramah ,NM,87321


Date & time:
July 27, 2018 - July 27, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Ancestral Lands Day

Join us for a career day at El Morro with NPS staff who will explain what they do, why they do it and why you should too!

Location:
El Morro National Monument
NM-53,Ramah ,NM,87321


Date & time:
July 27, 2018 - July 27, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

New Mexico
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07/27/2018

Yes
July 18, 2019 | Maryland

Animalitos del Arroyo | Little Animals of the Stream Nature Program

El ambiente del arroyo es alegre y está lleno de animalitos. ¡Acompáñenos a explorarlo! Nosotros proporcionamos las herramientas científicas y usted trae su curiosidad. Use botas de agua o sandalias y ropa que pueda mojarse. El programa no es para nadar. Un padre o tutor debe acompañar a cada niño.

The stream is full of animals. Join us to explore it! We provide the scientific tools while you bring curiosity. Wear water boots or sandals and clothes that can get wet. The program is not for swimming. Parent or guardian must accompany each child.

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery Parks

Location:
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane, Rockville, Maryland 20855,Rockville,MD,20855


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.m

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Animalitos del Arroyo | Little Animals of the Stream Nature Program

El ambiente del arroyo es alegre y está lleno de animalitos. ¡Acompáñenos a explorarlo! Nosotros proporcionamos las herramientas científicas y usted trae su curiosidad. Use botas de agua o sandalias y ropa que pueda mojarse. El programa no es para nadar. Un padre o tutor debe acompañar a cada niño.

The stream is full of animals. Join us to explore it! We provide the scientific tools while you bring curiosity. Wear water boots or sandals and clothes that can get wet. The program is not for swimming. Parent or guardian must accompany each child.

Location:
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane, Rockville, Maryland 20855,Rockville,MD,20855


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.m

Maryland
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07/18/2019

Yes
July 19, 2018 | Nevada

Antes De La Inundación

Sierra Club y Moms Clean Air Forcé Están presentando una película para conocer cómo el cambio climático afecta día a día a nuestras comunidades y familias en todo el país.

Sierra Club and Moms Clean Air Force present a move to learn how climate change affects the day-to-day within our communities and families around the country.

Cuándo: 19 de julio a las 5:00 p.m.
Dónde: Oficina del Sierra Club 3828 Meadows Ln Las Vegas NV 89107
Comida gratis!!! Bebidas! Mucha diversión!!!! Trae a tu familia disfruta y aprende...

Sponsor(s):

Sierra Club's Beyond Coal Campaign & Mom's Clean Air Force Nevada

Location:
Oficinas de Sierra Club en Las Vegas
3828 Meadows Lane,Las Vegas,NV,89107


Date & time:
July 19, 2018 - July 19, 2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Antes De La Inundación

Sierra Club y Moms Clean Air Forcé Están presentando una película para conocer cómo el cambio climático afecta día a día a nuestras comunidades y familias en todo el país.

Sierra Club and Moms Clean Air Force present a move to learn how climate change affects the day-to-day within our communities and families around the country.

Cuándo: 19 de julio a las 5:00 p.m.
Dónde: Oficina del Sierra Club 3828 Meadows Ln Las Vegas NV 89107
Comida gratis!!! Bebidas! Mucha diversión!!!! Trae a tu familia disfruta y aprende...

Location:
Oficinas de Sierra Club en Las Vegas
3828 Meadows Lane,Las Vegas,NV,89107


Date & time:
July 19, 2018 - July 19, 2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Nevada
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07/19/2018

Yes
July 21, 2019 | Georgia

Appalachian Trail Latinx Crew

Join ATC and Latinx Hikers July 11th through July 13th for a session building new Trail! This may include using hand tools to carve out and dig a flat surface for hikers to walk on. Volunteers will move lots of soil, dirt, and rocks.
Trail Crew projects are planned and completed in cooperation with A.T. maintaining clubs and agency partners such as the National Park Service and the U.S. Forest Service.
You must apply to get on a Trail Crew. It begins by expressing interest through the form below linked below, and completing an application you receive by email, along with additional material to prepare you for crew life.
Crew Life - All crew members must be able to live and work cooperatively and in close proximity with fellow volunteers of all genders, ages, and nationalities. All crew members are expected to participate in routine tasks, including cooking, cleaning, and tool care, both at base camp and the project site.
Crews are led by experienced, professional crew leaders eager to pass along Trail work and backcountry skills.
What We Provide - Appalachian Trail Conservancy provides training, equipment, and food, transportation to and from the project sites, and group camping gear.
After two days of working as a team, learning new skills, and living in the backcountry both the crew and the trail is transformed.
No experience is necessary, but you must be at least 18 years old to join this crew.
Still interested? Fill out the form to apply:
http://www.appalachiantrail.org/latinxcrew2019

Sponsor(s):

Appalachian Trail Conservancy, U.S. Forest Service, and National Park Service

Location:
Gooch Gap
Copper Gap Rd, Suches, GA 30572,Suches,GA,30572


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Appalachian Trail Latinx Crew

Join ATC and Latinx Hikers July 11th through July 13th for a session building new Trail! This may include using hand tools to carve out and dig a flat surface for hikers to walk on. Volunteers will move lots of soil, dirt, and rocks.
Trail Crew projects are planned and completed in cooperation with A.T. maintaining clubs and agency partners such as the National Park Service and the U.S. Forest Service.
You must apply to get on a Trail Crew. It begins by expressing interest through the form below linked below, and completing an application you receive by email, along with additional material to prepare you for crew life.
Crew Life - All crew members must be able to live and work cooperatively and in close proximity with fellow volunteers of all genders, ages, and nationalities. All crew members are expected to participate in routine tasks, including cooking, cleaning, and tool care, both at base camp and the project site.
Crews are led by experienced, professional crew leaders eager to pass along Trail work and backcountry skills.
What We Provide - Appalachian Trail Conservancy provides training, equipment, and food, transportation to and from the project sites, and group camping gear.
After two days of working as a team, learning new skills, and living in the backcountry both the crew and the trail is transformed.
No experience is necessary, but you must be at least 18 years old to join this crew.
Still interested? Fill out the form to apply:
http://www.appalachiantrail.org/latinxcrew2019

Location:
Gooch Gap
Copper Gap Rd, Suches, GA 30572,Suches,GA,30572


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Georgia
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07/21/2019

Yes
July 20, 2021 | California

Aprende a Reciclar Correctamente

Acompáñanos en esta clase interactiva donde hablaremos sobre cómo reciclar correctamente y contestaremos sus dudas sobre el tema. ¡Habrá rifas y premios para los participantes!

Sponsor(s):

City of San José, LUNA, Valley Verde

Location:
En nuestra página de Facebook: @SJEnvironment
Facebook,San Jose,CA,95113


Date & time:
July 20, 2021 - July 21, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00PM

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Aprende a Reciclar Correctamente

Acompáñanos en esta clase interactiva donde hablaremos sobre cómo reciclar correctamente y contestaremos sus dudas sobre el tema. ¡Habrá rifas y premios para los participantes!

Location:
En nuestra página de Facebook: @SJEnvironment
Facebook,San Jose,CA,95113


Date & time:
July 20, 2021 - July 21, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00PM

California
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07/20/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2018 | Colorado

Archaeology Field Day

The San Luis Valley in southern Colorado has a fascinating archaeological record dating back 12,000 years. The Rio Grande National Forest Heritage Program works to help inform people of this rich history through the archaeological record. For Latino Conservation Week the Rio Grande National Forest Heritage Program has been working with the Move Mountains non-profit youth group to provide the members of Move Mountains with an interactive archaeological experience on public lands. Move Mountains Youth Group is a non-profit organization that employs young community members from San Luis over the summer. The program educates the members on conservation, community organizing, environmental activism, entrepreneurism, etc, and helps connect them to the land and their history. San Luis has little access to public land, however is one of the oldest settlements in Colorado.
On Friday, July 20th, 20 children and 4 adult chaperones will be shown multiple historical and prehistoric archaeological sites on BLM land, they will also participate in interactive activities and a mild hike. During these activities the Rio Grande National Forest Heritage Program will inform the participants on opportunities and jobs associated with conservation. There is an abundance of public lands in the San Luis Valley and we hope to help connect these children to these areas, their heritage and opportunities in conservation.

Sponsor(s):

Rio Grande National Forest, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management

Location:
varied


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
8:30 am - 3:00 pm

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Archaeology Field Day

The San Luis Valley in southern Colorado has a fascinating archaeological record dating back 12,000 years. The Rio Grande National Forest Heritage Program works to help inform people of this rich history through the archaeological record. For Latino Conservation Week the Rio Grande National Forest Heritage Program has been working with the Move Mountains non-profit youth group to provide the members of Move Mountains with an interactive archaeological experience on public lands. Move Mountains Youth Group is a non-profit organization that employs young community members from San Luis over the summer. The program educates the members on conservation, community organizing, environmental activism, entrepreneurism, etc, and helps connect them to the land and their history. San Luis has little access to public land, however is one of the oldest settlements in Colorado.
On Friday, July 20th, 20 children and 4 adult chaperones will be shown multiple historical and prehistoric archaeological sites on BLM land, they will also participate in interactive activities and a mild hike. During these activities the Rio Grande National Forest Heritage Program will inform the participants on opportunities and jobs associated with conservation. There is an abundance of public lands in the San Luis Valley and we hope to help connect these children to these areas, their heritage and opportunities in conservation.

Location:
varied


Date & time:
July 20, 2018 - July 20, 2018
8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Colorado
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07/20/2018

No
July 23, 2017 | Virginia

Arlington Peruvian Festival

The Peruvian Festival in Arlington, VA started back in 1987 with the goal of creating a place were people living in the DC Metro area could celebrate Peruvian's Independence (July 28) with original Peruvian cuisine, music and dances. This year is our 30-Year Anniversary and we plan to have a wonderful party with great music, dances, and Peruvian cuisine.

For Latino Conservation Week we will have rangers Ana Chuquin and Alex Parody from Rock Creek and George Washington Memorial Parkways Parks tabling and sharing the natural resources that can be found at their parks. Alex will share about how we can keep our parks and festival grounds clean.

Sponsor(s):

Arlington Peruvian Festival Hispanic Access Foundation National Park Service
Location:
Gunston Middle School


Date & time:
July 23, 2017 - July 23, 2017
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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Arlington Peruvian Festival

The Peruvian Festival in Arlington, VA started back in 1987 with the goal of creating a place were people living in the DC Metro area could celebrate Peruvian's Independence (July 28) with original Peruvian cuisine, music and dances. This year is our 30-Year Anniversary and we plan to have a wonderful party with great music, dances, and Peruvian cuisine.

For Latino Conservation Week we will have rangers Ana Chuquin and Alex Parody from Rock Creek and George Washington Memorial Parkways Parks tabling and sharing the natural resources that can be found at their parks. Alex will share about how we can keep our parks and festival grounds clean.

Location:
Gunston Middle School


Date & time:
July 23, 2017 - July 23, 2017
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Virginia
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07/23/2017

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Pennsylvania

Art at the Refuge with Salomé Cosmique!

We will be doing two crafts with a local artist and discussing some incredible Latinos in conservation work around the world!

Sponsor(s):

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge

Location:
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge under the pavillion
8601 Lindbergh Blvd.,Philadelphia,PA,19153


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2017
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Art at the Refuge with Salomé Cosmique!

We will be doing two crafts with a local artist and discussing some incredible Latinos in conservation work around the world!

Location:
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge under the pavillion
8601 Lindbergh Blvd.,Philadelphia,PA,19153


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2017
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Pennsylvania
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07/17/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 17, 2021 | Colorado

Arte en El Parque

Vamos a Identificar la fauna y flora de este parque y su hermosura, hablaremos al grupo la importancia de nuestros parques locales y como el parque y su naturalesa nos trae bienestar a nuestra salud. 

En este día nuestros invitados exploran el medio ambiente y sus flores, los arboles como producen oxigeno y los ríos de agua limpia y cristalina. Seria un tiempo de reflexion para todo nuestros invitados de como debemos cuidar nuestro medio ambiente. 

 

Sponsor(s):

Iglesia de St. Cayetano

Location:
Stone House
2900 South Estes Street.,Lakewood,CO,8O227


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2021
6:00 am - 2:00pm

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Arte en El Parque

Vamos a Identificar la fauna y flora de este parque y su hermosura, hablaremos al grupo la importancia de nuestros parques locales y como el parque y su naturalesa nos trae bienestar a nuestra salud. 

En este día nuestros invitados exploran el medio ambiente y sus flores, los arboles como producen oxigeno y los ríos de agua limpia y cristalina. Seria un tiempo de reflexion para todo nuestros invitados de como debemos cuidar nuestro medio ambiente. 

 

Location:
Stone House
2900 South Estes Street.,Lakewood,CO,8O227


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2021
6:00 am - 2:00pm

Colorado
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07/17/2021

No
Inperson
July 15, 2017 | District of Columbia

Astronomy Day

10:00 AM Planetarium Movie: Zula Patrol Down to Earth Hey Kids! Join us for Zula Patrol as they chase Madam Deliria back through geologic times in an attempt to rid the universe of litter. Animated film. Ages 4 and up.
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM: NASA's Destination Station traveling exhibit- This exhibit which is located inside of a 40' truck/ trailer, promotes research opportunities and educates the public about activities and life on-board the international space station. All ages.
10:00 AM to 12:30 PM Astronomy Crafts- It was 48 years ago this month that Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Join us for astronomy crafts as we honor the accomplishment. All ages.
1:00 PM and 4:00 PM Ranger led planetarium programs. All ages.

Sponsor(s):

Rock Creek National Park and NASA
Location:
Rock Creek Park Nature Center and Planetarium
5200 Glover Rd NW,Washington,DC,20015


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Astronomy Day

10:00 AM Planetarium Movie: Zula Patrol Down to Earth Hey Kids! Join us for Zula Patrol as they chase Madam Deliria back through geologic times in an attempt to rid the universe of litter. Animated film. Ages 4 and up.
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM: NASA's Destination Station traveling exhibit- This exhibit which is located inside of a 40' truck/ trailer, promotes research opportunities and educates the public about activities and life on-board the international space station. All ages.
10:00 AM to 12:30 PM Astronomy Crafts- It was 48 years ago this month that Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Join us for astronomy crafts as we honor the accomplishment. All ages.
1:00 PM and 4:00 PM Ranger led planetarium programs. All ages.
Location:
Rock Creek Park Nature Center and Planetarium
5200 Glover Rd NW,Washington,DC,20015


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

District of Columbia
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07/15/2017

Yes
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

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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
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07/18/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 23, 2017 | Georgia

Atlanta Audubon Society Monthly Meeting

For the past 25 years or so, amphibians have been disappearing globally from developed areas as well as pristine environments. Scientists have identified multiple anthropogenic factors contributing synergistically to amphibian declines. Therefore, a multifaceted approach is necessary to address the amphibian decline phenomenon. The Amphibian Foundation, based in Atlanta, addresses SE regional as well as global amphibian declines through an international partnership focusing on targeted programs for specific imperiled amphibian species. The foundation also has a strong training and educational program for students and citizen scientists. Partnering with regional agencies, such as Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, GA DNR and Orianne Society, and federal partners such as USFWS and USGS as well as global partners like Amphibian Ark and the Amphibian Survival Alliance, the Amphibian Foundation provides a critical role in combatting amphibian declines at the global, as well as the neighborhood level. Currently, 43% of the world’s amphibian populations are documented as in decline or already extinct. The Amphibian Foundation provides a program that engages the community to become involved in saving this important and biodiverse group of animals.

Mark Mandica is the Executive Director of The Amphibian Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and conservation of amphibians.

Sponsor(s):

Atlanta Audubon Society
Location:
Manuel's Tavern
602 N. Highland Ave., NE,Atlanta,GA,30307


Date & time:
July 23, 2017 - July 23, 2017
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

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Atlanta Audubon Society Monthly Meeting

For the past 25 years or so, amphibians have been disappearing globally from developed areas as well as pristine environments. Scientists have identified multiple anthropogenic factors contributing synergistically to amphibian declines. Therefore, a multifaceted approach is necessary to address the amphibian decline phenomenon. The Amphibian Foundation, based in Atlanta, addresses SE regional as well as global amphibian declines through an international partnership focusing on targeted programs for specific imperiled amphibian species. The foundation also has a strong training and educational program for students and citizen scientists. Partnering with regional agencies, such as Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, GA DNR and Orianne Society, and federal partners such as USFWS and USGS as well as global partners like Amphibian Ark and the Amphibian Survival Alliance, the Amphibian Foundation provides a critical role in combatting amphibian declines at the global, as well as the neighborhood level. Currently, 43% of the world’s amphibian populations are documented as in decline or already extinct. The Amphibian Foundation provides a program that engages the community to become involved in saving this important and biodiverse group of animals.

Mark Mandica is the Executive Director of The Amphibian Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and conservation of amphibians.
Location:
Manuel's Tavern
602 N. Highland Ave., NE,Atlanta,GA,30307


Date & time:
July 23, 2017 - July 23, 2017
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Georgia
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07/23/2017

Yes
July 22, 2018 | Pennsylvania

Aves en Pensilvania y América del Sur

Join the park naturalist on the front steps of the Kell Center for a walk around the lake in search of birds. In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, we'll focus on birds that migrate between Pennsylvania and South America. We'll compare the environmental conditions that comprises their environment in both habitats as well as discover their English, Spanish, and scientific names and the meanings behind each.

For more information and to register, contact Jean H. Keene at 724-668-2939 or jkeene@pa.gov.

http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/event/aves_en_pensilvania_y_america_del_sur#.WxbPwkgvyUk

Sponsor(s):

Keystone State Park

Location:
Keystone State Park - Kell Visitor Center
1150 Keystone Park Road,Derry,PA,15627-3679


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
9:00AM - 11:00AM

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Aves en Pensilvania y América del Sur

Join the park naturalist on the front steps of the Kell Center for a walk around the lake in search of birds. In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, we'll focus on birds that migrate between Pennsylvania and South America. We'll compare the environmental conditions that comprises their environment in both habitats as well as discover their English, Spanish, and scientific names and the meanings behind each.

For more information and to register, contact Jean H. Keene at 724-668-2939 or jkeene@pa.gov.

http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/event/aves_en_pensilvania_y_america_del_sur#.WxbPwkgvyUk

Location:
Keystone State Park - Kell Visitor Center
1150 Keystone Park Road,Derry,PA,15627-3679


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
9:00AM - 11:00AM

Pennsylvania
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07/22/2018

Yes
July 18, 2019 | District of Columbia

Ay Mariposa East Coast Premiere

July 18 is the East Coast premiere of Ay Mariposa, a new documentary about three characters living on the US-Mexico border, directly in the path of the border wall. The documentary explores the close ties between human communities and the natural world, and the threat of divisions upon the borderlands landscape. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the film's director and two main characters: Zulema Hernandez, a lifelong migrant worker and advocate for human rights and wildlife; and Marianna Trevino Wright, director of the National Butterfly Center. Tickets available at AyMariposaFilm.com/screenings.

Sponsor(s):

Center for Biological Diversity, Sierra Club, DC Environmental Film Festival

Location:
E Street Cinema
555 11th Street Northwest ,Washington,DC,20004


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Ay Mariposa East Coast Premiere

July 18 is the East Coast premiere of Ay Mariposa, a new documentary about three characters living on the US-Mexico border, directly in the path of the border wall. The documentary explores the close ties between human communities and the natural world, and the threat of divisions upon the borderlands landscape. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion with the film's director and two main characters: Zulema Hernandez, a lifelong migrant worker and advocate for human rights and wildlife; and Marianna Trevino Wright, director of the National Butterfly Center. Tickets available at AyMariposaFilm.com/screenings.

Location:
E Street Cinema
555 11th Street Northwest ,Washington,DC,20004


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

District of Columbia
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07/18/2019

Yes
July 13, 2019 | Arizona

Baptisms and Family Fun Day

Centro de Adoracion Familar church will take their annual trip down to Davis Camp in AZ for their baptismal event. The purpose of the event is mulitfold; parishioners and guests will practice their faith, connect with nature, and enjoy their time together as a family. 

 

Sponsor(s):

Centro de Adoracion Familiar

Location:
Davis Camp


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
10 AM - 6 PM

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Baptisms and Family Fun Day

Centro de Adoracion Familar church will take their annual trip down to Davis Camp in AZ for their baptismal event. The purpose of the event is mulitfold; parishioners and guests will practice their faith, connect with nature, and enjoy their time together as a family. 

 

Location:
Davis Camp


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
10 AM - 6 PM

Arizona
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07/13/2019

Yes
July 10, 2019 | Wisconsin

Bats in the Park | Murcielagos en el Parque

Come and enjoy the night sounds of summer. These evenings will go on a late-night nature walk to count and observe bats in the area. This is a part of an important community science initiative in your neighborhood to document the species of bats and to learn more about the nature in your neighborhood. We will need your help!

Ven y disfruta los sonidos de la noche de verano. Iremos en una caminata de naturaleza para contar y observar los murcielagos el el area. Esto es parte de una iniciativa importante de ciencia comunitaria en su vecindario. Necesitamos su ayuda!

June 12, 2019

July 10, 2019

August 7, 2019

Sponsor(s):

Sixteenth Street Community Health Center, National Park Service, Urban Ecology Center

Location:
Pulaski Park Pavillion
2677 S. 16 St.,Milwaukee,WI,53215


Date & time:
July 10, 2019 - July 10, 2019
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Bats in the Park | Murcielagos en el Parque

Come and enjoy the night sounds of summer. These evenings will go on a late-night nature walk to count and observe bats in the area. This is a part of an important community science initiative in your neighborhood to document the species of bats and to learn more about the nature in your neighborhood. We will need your help!

Ven y disfruta los sonidos de la noche de verano. Iremos en una caminata de naturaleza para contar y observar los murcielagos el el area. Esto es parte de una iniciativa importante de ciencia comunitaria en su vecindario. Necesitamos su ayuda!

June 12, 2019

July 10, 2019

August 7, 2019

Location:
Pulaski Park Pavillion
2677 S. 16 St.,Milwaukee,WI,53215


Date & time:
July 10, 2019 - July 10, 2019
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Wisconsin
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07/10/2019

Yes
July 20, 2019 | Florida

Bats, Bees, and Butterflies Reception Inauguración del Proyecto: Murcielagos, Abejas, y Mariposas

Patch of Heaven Sanctuary and GEN2050 are pleased to invite you to a reception for the “Bats, Bees, and Butterflies Project.”

During the "Bats, Bee and Butterflies" reception, you will be immersed in Patch of Heaven’s (POH) 20-acre historic estate located in Redland, Florida. Designated as a wildlife preserve, POH is dedicated to protecting and expanding the hardwood hammock forest, creating new habitats for native wildlife, and educating the community. The GEN2050 “Bats, Bees and Butterflies” students will showcase and provide tours of their environmental conservation work with Mexican Freetail bats, Florida Bonneted bats, honey bees and native bees, and the Atala butterfly.

RSVP:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bats-bees-and-butterflies-reception-tickets-62782360731

Sponsor(s):

GEN2050, National Geographics, Patch of Heaven Sanctuary

Location:
Patch of Heaven Sanctuary
21900 Southwest 157th Avenue ,Miami,FL,33170


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
10:00 AM - 12:00 PMPa

Full Event Details | Directions

Bats, Bees, and Butterflies Reception Inauguración del Proyecto: Murcielagos, Abejas, y Mariposas

Patch of Heaven Sanctuary and GEN2050 are pleased to invite you to a reception for the “Bats, Bees, and Butterflies Project.”

During the "Bats, Bee and Butterflies" reception, you will be immersed in Patch of Heaven’s (POH) 20-acre historic estate located in Redland, Florida. Designated as a wildlife preserve, POH is dedicated to protecting and expanding the hardwood hammock forest, creating new habitats for native wildlife, and educating the community. The GEN2050 “Bats, Bees and Butterflies” students will showcase and provide tours of their environmental conservation work with Mexican Freetail bats, Florida Bonneted bats, honey bees and native bees, and the Atala butterfly.

RSVP:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bats-bees-and-butterflies-reception-tickets-62782360731

Location:
Patch of Heaven Sanctuary
21900 Southwest 157th Avenue ,Miami,FL,33170


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
10:00 AM - 12:00 PMPa

Florida
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2019

Yes
July 29, 2017 | California

Bayside Birding at San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Meet at Bayside Birding & Walking Trail on the San Diego Bay NWR. We'll be looking for marine wildlife and birds, and possibly a short service project such as trash pickup or weed-pulling.
The tide will be at a 1.5 - 3 foot height which will be great for finding shorebirds in the Otay River.

We'll have simple goodies and giveaways, and hopefully perfect weather. It may be hot, so make sure the folks you invite wear sunscreen, hat, and bring a reusable water bottle. Comfortable walking shoes are good too. The trail is stroller-friendly, so make sure the whole family is invited!

Sponsor(s):

San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Location:
San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge
495 10th St. ,Imperial Beach,CA,91932


Date & time:
July 29, 2017 - July 29, 2017
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bayside Birding at San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Meet at Bayside Birding & Walking Trail on the San Diego Bay NWR. We'll be looking for marine wildlife and birds, and possibly a short service project such as trash pickup or weed-pulling.
The tide will be at a 1.5 - 3 foot height which will be great for finding shorebirds in the Otay River.

We'll have simple goodies and giveaways, and hopefully perfect weather. It may be hot, so make sure the folks you invite wear sunscreen, hat, and bring a reusable water bottle. Comfortable walking shoes are good too. The trail is stroller-friendly, so make sure the whole family is invited!

Location:
San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge
495 10th St. ,Imperial Beach,CA,91932


Date & time:
July 29, 2017 - July 29, 2017
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/29/2017

Yes
July 22, 2021 | Puerto Rico

Beach Clean Up in Villa Pesquera, Isabela, Puerto Rico

 

Good news!! Spectraforce Puerto Rico will be cleaning Villa Pesquera beach in the municipality of Isabela, on July 22, 2021, from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The corporate employees of Spectraforce Puerto Rico, in collaboration with the municipality and DRNA, will focus on the collection of waste and classification of recyclable material. Our motto is: Protecting the ecosystem of Villa Pesquera!

 

We encourage you to celebrate and commemorate the “Latino Conservation Week” that takes place from July 15th – 27th. How can you participate? Applying the three R's no matter where you are: Reduce, Recycle, and Reuse; in addition to supporting and promoting local commerce.

 

Latino Conservation Week is an initiative of the “Hispanic Access Foundation” (HAF), in which Latino communities are invited to participate in various actions to promote care and protection of natural and cultural diversity. In addition, it raises awareness of our actions and the impact it has on our natural resources (beaches, rivers, forests, among others). Since its inception, hundreds of programs and special events have been held in various countries to celebrate the Latino heritage on the planet.


This year, Spectraforce joins the action!

Sponsor(s):

Spectraforce Technologies; DNRA; Monitoreo Ambiental; Programa de Reciclaje; Municipio de Isabela

Location:
Playa Villa Pesquera
Carretera Municipal, Isabela, Puerto Rico, 00662,Isabela,PR,00662


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
1:00pm - 4:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Beach Clean Up in Villa Pesquera, Isabela, Puerto Rico

 

Good news!! Spectraforce Puerto Rico will be cleaning Villa Pesquera beach in the municipality of Isabela, on July 22, 2021, from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The corporate employees of Spectraforce Puerto Rico, in collaboration with the municipality and DRNA, will focus on the collection of waste and classification of recyclable material. Our motto is: Protecting the ecosystem of Villa Pesquera!

 

We encourage you to celebrate and commemorate the “Latino Conservation Week” that takes place from July 15th – 27th. How can you participate? Applying the three R's no matter where you are: Reduce, Recycle, and Reuse; in addition to supporting and promoting local commerce.

 

Latino Conservation Week is an initiative of the “Hispanic Access Foundation” (HAF), in which Latino communities are invited to participate in various actions to promote care and protection of natural and cultural diversity. In addition, it raises awareness of our actions and the impact it has on our natural resources (beaches, rivers, forests, among others). Since its inception, hundreds of programs and special events have been held in various countries to celebrate the Latino heritage on the planet.


This year, Spectraforce joins the action!

Location:
Playa Villa Pesquera
Carretera Municipal, Isabela, Puerto Rico, 00662,Isabela,PR,00662


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
1:00pm - 4:30pm

Puerto Rico
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2021

No
Inperson
July 15, 2017 | Texas

Beach Clean-Up Presented by Whole Foods Market

Galveston Island State Park
8:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.

The Houston Zoo and Whole Foods Market are hosting a beach clean-up in Galveston and we want your help! Plastic and trash on any coastline makes its way to the ocean where it’s harmful to marine life because they can ingest it or become entangled in it.

The Houston Zoo and Whole Foods Market want to be part of the solution and remove trash from Galveston Island. Email us at lstpierre@houstonzoo.org to let us know you’d like to participate! We’ll send you all the details on where to meet and what to bring.

To learn more about plastic pollution and how you can help keep trash out of our oceans, visit www.houstonzoo.org.

Sponsor(s):

Whole Foods Market
Location:
Galveston Island State Park
14901 FM 3005,Galveston,TX,77554


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Full Event Details | Directions

Beach Clean-Up Presented by Whole Foods Market

Galveston Island State Park
8:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.

The Houston Zoo and Whole Foods Market are hosting a beach clean-up in Galveston and we want your help! Plastic and trash on any coastline makes its way to the ocean where it’s harmful to marine life because they can ingest it or become entangled in it.

The Houston Zoo and Whole Foods Market want to be part of the solution and remove trash from Galveston Island. Email us at lstpierre@houstonzoo.org to let us know you’d like to participate! We’ll send you all the details on where to meet and what to bring.

To learn more about plastic pollution and how you can help keep trash out of our oceans, visit www.houstonzoo.org.
Location:
Galveston Island State Park
14901 FM 3005,Galveston,TX,77554


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/15/2017

Yes
July 15, 2019 | Connecticut

Beach Yoga Hikes on Connecticut Shore

Inhale the salty sea air and serene coastal views on a guided nature yoga hike along the Connecticut shore this summer. * gentle yoga * guided meditation * active hiking: 1/2 mile roundtrip over gentle slopes, grass, rocks, sand * learn inspirational facts about the flora + wildlife of this park * Conservation theme: Plastic-Free For the Sea + Birds * Yoga mats optional * No yoga or hiking experience necessary. ***** Cost: Free, otherwise pay what is in your budget. To hold your reservation, a $5 refundable deposit for each participant must be sent to paypal.me/NutmegYoga Upon check-in at the yoga hike you will receive your $5 back via PayPal unless you choose to count it towards your class. These are donation-based classes with compensation to the certified instructor and 10% back to Connecticut Audubon. The Connecticut Audubon Society manages 20 wildlife sanctuaries encompassing almost 3,300 acres of open space in Connecticut, and educates over 100,000 children and adults annually. Their work includes sanctuary management, advocacy, environmental education and activities at our centers, scientific studies, and our annual Connecticut State of the Birds report. ********* MORE INFO: Visit Facebook Event Page Nutmeg Yoga CT for other yoga hikes *** Meet up location: In front of the restrooms at main entrance. *** A liability waiver will be provided at the start of the hike. A signed waiver is required for participation. Youth under 18 years of age must have a guardian’s signature to participate. Youth must have a guardian or adult present to participate and comfortable with being in stillness + silence during guided meditation. ***** Registration instructions:1) Click Ticket link 2) Name your class price (suggested $25/class) and 3) Type Note with the following: Harkness and number of people registering (Sample Paypal note entry: Harkness 2 people). Let’s explore more of the great outdoors y’all!

Sponsor(s):

Nutmeg Yoga

Location:
Harkness Memorial State Park
275 Great Neck Rd, Waterford, CT 06385,Waterford,CT,06385


Date & time:
July 15, 2019 - July 15, 2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am

Full Event Details | Directions

Beach Yoga Hikes on Connecticut Shore

Inhale the salty sea air and serene coastal views on a guided nature yoga hike along the Connecticut shore this summer. * gentle yoga * guided meditation * active hiking: 1/2 mile roundtrip over gentle slopes, grass, rocks, sand * learn inspirational facts about the flora + wildlife of this park * Conservation theme: Plastic-Free For the Sea + Birds * Yoga mats optional * No yoga or hiking experience necessary. ***** Cost: Free, otherwise pay what is in your budget. To hold your reservation, a $5 refundable deposit for each participant must be sent to paypal.me/NutmegYoga Upon check-in at the yoga hike you will receive your $5 back via PayPal unless you choose to count it towards your class. These are donation-based classes with compensation to the certified instructor and 10% back to Connecticut Audubon. The Connecticut Audubon Society manages 20 wildlife sanctuaries encompassing almost 3,300 acres of open space in Connecticut, and educates over 100,000 children and adults annually. Their work includes sanctuary management, advocacy, environmental education and activities at our centers, scientific studies, and our annual Connecticut State of the Birds report. ********* MORE INFO: Visit Facebook Event Page Nutmeg Yoga CT for other yoga hikes *** Meet up location: In front of the restrooms at main entrance. *** A liability waiver will be provided at the start of the hike. A signed waiver is required for participation. Youth under 18 years of age must have a guardian’s signature to participate. Youth must have a guardian or adult present to participate and comfortable with being in stillness + silence during guided meditation. ***** Registration instructions:1) Click Ticket link 2) Name your class price (suggested $25/class) and 3) Type Note with the following: Harkness and number of people registering (Sample Paypal note entry: Harkness 2 people). Let’s explore more of the great outdoors y’all!

Location:
Harkness Memorial State Park
275 Great Neck Rd, Waterford, CT 06385,Waterford,CT,06385


Date & time:
July 15, 2019 - July 15, 2019
9:30 am - 11:30 am

Connecticut
Full Event Details | Directions

07/15/2019

Yes
July 21, 2018 | Utah

Bears Ears National Monument Service Weekend 1

Join our volunteer crew in Bears Ears National Monument for the weekend! We will work to protect an ancient archeological site from increased travel impacts while discussing the issues affecting our public lands and enjoying the magnificent landscape and cool summer weather of the Bears Ears region. Select meals will be provided and transportation can be arranged upon request.

Sponsor(s):

The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

Location:
Bears Ears National Monument
Directions Provided Upon Request,near Blanding, Utah,UT,84511


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 22, 2018
9:00am - 3:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bears Ears National Monument Service Weekend 1

Join our volunteer crew in Bears Ears National Monument for the weekend! We will work to protect an ancient archeological site from increased travel impacts while discussing the issues affecting our public lands and enjoying the magnificent landscape and cool summer weather of the Bears Ears region. Select meals will be provided and transportation can be arranged upon request.

Location:
Bears Ears National Monument
Directions Provided Upon Request,near Blanding, Utah,UT,84511


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 22, 2018
9:00am - 3:00pm

Utah
Full Event Details | Directions

07/21/2018

Yes
July 28, 2018 | Utah

Bears Ears National Monument Service Weekend 2

Join our volunteer crew in Bears Ears National Monument for the weekend! We will work to protect young Aspen trees while discussing the issues affecting our public lands and enjoying the magnificent landscape and cool summer weather of the Bears Ears region. Select meals will be provided and transportation can be arranged upon request.

Sponsor(s):

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance

Location:
Bears Ears National Monument
Directions Provided Upon Request,near Blanding, Utah,UT,84511


Date & time:
July 28, 2018 - July 29, 2018
9:00am - 3:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bears Ears National Monument Service Weekend 2

Join our volunteer crew in Bears Ears National Monument for the weekend! We will work to protect young Aspen trees while discussing the issues affecting our public lands and enjoying the magnificent landscape and cool summer weather of the Bears Ears region. Select meals will be provided and transportation can be arranged upon request.

Location:
Bears Ears National Monument
Directions Provided Upon Request,near Blanding, Utah,UT,84511


Date & time:
July 28, 2018 - July 29, 2018
9:00am - 3:00pm

Utah
Full Event Details | Directions

07/28/2018

Yes
July 13, 2019 | Utah

Bears Ears Service Weekend

Our annual program of volunteer projects and camping on at Bears Ears National Monument is Saturday, July 13th through Tuesday, July 16th. Join our crew for a long weekend working to protect natural and cultural resources on your public lands. We will be surveying cultural sites with Forest Service archeologists and working to protect young aspen trees with Forest Service rangers. Come for a day, two days, or for the full four-day weekend!

Sponsor(s):

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance; United States Forest Service

Location:
Bears Ears National Monument
Southern UT,Off Highway 95,UT,84511


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 16, 2019
8:30AM - 4:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bears Ears Service Weekend

Our annual program of volunteer projects and camping on at Bears Ears National Monument is Saturday, July 13th through Tuesday, July 16th. Join our crew for a long weekend working to protect natural and cultural resources on your public lands. We will be surveying cultural sites with Forest Service archeologists and working to protect young aspen trees with Forest Service rangers. Come for a day, two days, or for the full four-day weekend!

Location:
Bears Ears National Monument
Southern UT,Off Highway 95,UT,84511


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 16, 2019
8:30AM - 4:00pm

Utah
Full Event Details | Directions

07/13/2019

Yes
July 19, 2021 | Colorado

Beaver Walk-about in the City

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED **Registration Closes on Sunday, July 18th,12pm MST**

During this limited in-person walk about through unassuming beaver habitat in Colorado, Dr. Aaron Hall will point out how these ecosystem engineers change waters, enrich the ecosystem, and make space for species to return to habitats. Aaron will also highlight his work with beaver relocation and Defenders incentive program to coexist with Beaver in Colorado.

From 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. on Monday, July 19th, we will be hiking upstream on Cherry Creek Trail where Aaron will be pointing out abandoned beaver dams and lodges, lots of chewed trees and fenced trees that have been installed for coexistence measures.

You will need to bring a small backpack or bag to hold snacks, water, a face mask, sunscreen, chapstick/lip balm with spf, anti mosquito products of your choice (ie - mosquito spray), and layers if necessary. We will definitely be venturing off the designated trail, so boots or closed toe shoes would be advised (no sandals).

This event is free! Beaver enthusiasts of all abilities and age 8+ are welcome with an adult.

Sponsor(s):

Defenders of Wildlife & Latino Outdoors

Location:
Cherry Creek Trail
Cherry Creek Trail Colorado Blvd Cherry Creek N Dr Denver, CO 80246,Denver,CO,80246


Date & time:
July 19, 2021 - July 19, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Beaver Walk-about in the City

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED **Registration Closes on Sunday, July 18th,12pm MST**

During this limited in-person walk about through unassuming beaver habitat in Colorado, Dr. Aaron Hall will point out how these ecosystem engineers change waters, enrich the ecosystem, and make space for species to return to habitats. Aaron will also highlight his work with beaver relocation and Defenders incentive program to coexist with Beaver in Colorado.

From 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. on Monday, July 19th, we will be hiking upstream on Cherry Creek Trail where Aaron will be pointing out abandoned beaver dams and lodges, lots of chewed trees and fenced trees that have been installed for coexistence measures.

You will need to bring a small backpack or bag to hold snacks, water, a face mask, sunscreen, chapstick/lip balm with spf, anti mosquito products of your choice (ie - mosquito spray), and layers if necessary. We will definitely be venturing off the designated trail, so boots or closed toe shoes would be advised (no sandals).

This event is free! Beaver enthusiasts of all abilities and age 8+ are welcome with an adult.

Location:
Cherry Creek Trail
Cherry Creek Trail Colorado Blvd Cherry Creek N Dr Denver, CO 80246,Denver,CO,80246


Date & time:
July 19, 2021 - July 19, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 24, 2019 | Michigan

Become a Master Rain Gardener: Online Class

Train to become a Master Rain Gardener! Take the class from your own computer or phone. A link to join the online class will be sent via e-mail before class starts. Learn to design your own rain garden step-by-step and get expert feedback on designing, digging and planting. Then, share your knowledge and become your neighborhood's expert on rain gardens.

Rain Gardens capture and soak in the rainwater that runs off hard surfaces like roofs and driveways. This rainwater runoff picks up dirt and is the #1 source of pollution in rivers. Anyone can plant a rain garden in their own yard. You must attend all 5 online classes, and build a rain garden to earn the Master Rain Gardener certification. Field trip TBD. Hosted by Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner's Office. Instructors: Susan Bryan, Rain Garden Coordinator; Harry Sheehan, Deputy Water Resources Commissioner; Shannan Gibb-Randall, Principal at InSite Design Studio, Inc.

To Register:
https://apm.activecommunities.com/aareced/Activity_Search/become-a-master-rain-gardener-online-class/51076

Sponsor(s):

Washtenaw County Water Resources

Location:
online class
705 N Zeeb Road,Ann Arbor,MI,48103


Date & time:
July 24, 2019 - August 21, 2019
Wednesdays noon - 1:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Become a Master Rain Gardener: Online Class

Train to become a Master Rain Gardener! Take the class from your own computer or phone. A link to join the online class will be sent via e-mail before class starts. Learn to design your own rain garden step-by-step and get expert feedback on designing, digging and planting. Then, share your knowledge and become your neighborhood's expert on rain gardens.

Rain Gardens capture and soak in the rainwater that runs off hard surfaces like roofs and driveways. This rainwater runoff picks up dirt and is the #1 source of pollution in rivers. Anyone can plant a rain garden in their own yard. You must attend all 5 online classes, and build a rain garden to earn the Master Rain Gardener certification. Field trip TBD. Hosted by Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner's Office. Instructors: Susan Bryan, Rain Garden Coordinator; Harry Sheehan, Deputy Water Resources Commissioner; Shannan Gibb-Randall, Principal at InSite Design Studio, Inc.

To Register:
https://apm.activecommunities.com/aareced/Activity_Search/become-a-master-rain-gardener-online-class/51076

Location:
online class
705 N Zeeb Road,Ann Arbor,MI,48103


Date & time:
July 24, 2019 - August 21, 2019
Wednesdays noon - 1:30pm

Michigan
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2019

Yes
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 19, 2021 | Colorado

Bicifiesta

Hola Amigos & amigas, come out and join us on a ride just for the Latinx community. The Boulder Mountainbike Alliance is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in our community. We’ve added a Latinx ride to create a safe space for riders that are underrepresented in Boulder, led by Latinx Ride Guides. Who is welcome? Anyone part of the Latinx community and people who want to practice speaking Spanish or identify with this culture. We'll ride beginner and family friendly trails in Boulder county and finish every ride with a small get together and BBQ. We'll provide the beer and the grill, you bring the food and fun! All levels welcome, let's make this awesome sport more diverse and inclusive!

 

Registration required: https://www.meetup.com/Boulder-Mountain-Bikers/events/278621391/

Sponsor(s):

Boulder Mountainbike Alliance
Location:
Erie Singletrack
2100 WC Rd 5, Erie, CO 80516,Erie,CO,80516


Date & time:
July 19, 2021 - July 19, 2021
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Full Event Details | Directions

Bicifiesta

Hola Amigos & amigas, come out and join us on a ride just for the Latinx community. The Boulder Mountainbike Alliance is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in our community. We’ve added a Latinx ride to create a safe space for riders that are underrepresented in Boulder, led by Latinx Ride Guides. Who is welcome? Anyone part of the Latinx community and people who want to practice speaking Spanish or identify with this culture. We'll ride beginner and family friendly trails in Boulder county and finish every ride with a small get together and BBQ. We'll provide the beer and the grill, you bring the food and fun! All levels welcome, let's make this awesome sport more diverse and inclusive!

 

Registration required: https://www.meetup.com/Boulder-Mountain-Bikers/events/278621391/

Location:
Erie Singletrack
2100 WC Rd 5, Erie, CO 80516,Erie,CO,80516


Date & time:
July 19, 2021 - July 19, 2021
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2021

Yes
July 22, 2017 | California

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve Native Plant Walk

Participants in this event will be treated to a guided, bi-lingual experience in the beautiful Big Morongo Canyon Preserve, located in Southern California's Sand to Snow National Monument. Guides will focus on native plants found in the preserve - their habits, historical uses, and practical applications. An interactive activity will take place at the on-site Visitor's Center, allowing for additional learning. Be sure to wear layers, a hat, and sunscreen, and bring plenty of water and healthy snacks. The preserve has a lovely picnic area, so feel free to also bring a brown bag lunch if you'd like to continue to enjoy the beauty of the area after the event's conclusion.

Sponsor(s):

Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas en Norteamerica (COFEM) Coachella Valley and Mojave Desert Land Trust (MDLT)
Location:
Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
11055 East Drive,Morongo Valley,CA,92256


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve Native Plant Walk

Participants in this event will be treated to a guided, bi-lingual experience in the beautiful Big Morongo Canyon Preserve, located in Southern California's Sand to Snow National Monument. Guides will focus on native plants found in the preserve - their habits, historical uses, and practical applications. An interactive activity will take place at the on-site Visitor's Center, allowing for additional learning. Be sure to wear layers, a hat, and sunscreen, and bring plenty of water and healthy snacks. The preserve has a lovely picnic area, so feel free to also bring a brown bag lunch if you'd like to continue to enjoy the beauty of the area after the event's conclusion.
Location:
Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
11055 East Drive,Morongo Valley,CA,92256


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2017

No
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

Full Event Details | Directions

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 21, 2018 | Texas

Biking to The San Antonio Missions with Latino Outdoors

A bike ride to Mission San Juan and Mission San Jose along the San Antonio Riverwalk.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors

Location:
Confluence Park
310 W. Mitchell St. ,San Antonio,TX,78204


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
8:00 am - 11:30 am

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Biking to The San Antonio Missions with Latino Outdoors

A bike ride to Mission San Juan and Mission San Jose along the San Antonio Riverwalk.

Location:
Confluence Park
310 W. Mitchell St. ,San Antonio,TX,78204


Date & time:
July 21, 2018 - July 21, 2018
8:00 am - 11:30 am

Texas
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07/21/2018

Yes
July 18, 2019 | Texas

Bilingual Astronomy Talk

English and Spanish presentation about the moon and constellations by Pamela Lara, a UTEP grad student. We will meet and park outside the yellow gate. Make sure to bring water, sturdy shoes, and long pants.
Presentacion en Ingles y Espanol sobre la luna y constelaciones por Pamela Lara, una estudiante graduante de UTEP. Por favor de estacionarse afuera de la reja amarilla. Traer agua, zapatos resistentes, y pantalon largo.

Sponsor(s):

The Frontera Land Alliance

Location:
El Paso Museum of Archeology
4301 Woodrow Bean Transmountain Dr,El Paso,TX,79924


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
9:30 PM - 1O:30 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Astronomy Talk

English and Spanish presentation about the moon and constellations by Pamela Lara, a UTEP grad student. We will meet and park outside the yellow gate. Make sure to bring water, sturdy shoes, and long pants.
Presentacion en Ingles y Espanol sobre la luna y constelaciones por Pamela Lara, una estudiante graduante de UTEP. Por favor de estacionarse afuera de la reja amarilla. Traer agua, zapatos resistentes, y pantalon largo.

Location:
El Paso Museum of Archeology
4301 Woodrow Bean Transmountain Dr,El Paso,TX,79924


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
9:30 PM - 1O:30 PM

Texas
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07/18/2019

Yes
July 14, 2019 | Texas

Bilingual Guided Nature Walk

REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Spots limited (see link below)

Help us celebrate Latino Conservation Week! Ranger Christopher Quezada in a guided nature walk in Spanish around the Visitor Center. Learn about the plants, wildlife and history of the Refuge! Program lasts for approximately an hour, and will start at the Visitor Center. In the case of inclement weather, program will be moved to another location (you will be notified via email).

There is no additional fee for the program, but you will need to pay the $3.00 per vehicle admission fee.

Please bring enough water and necessary sun protection.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/latino-conservation-week-guided-nature-walk-at-laguna-atascosa-tickets-64337807113

Questions? Please call (956) 245-3592

Paras preguntas español, llama (956) 245-1101

#LCW2019

Sponsor(s):

Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge

Location:
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center,Los Fresnos,TX,78566


Date & time:
July 14, 2019 - July 14, 2019
8:30am - 9:30am

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Guided Nature Walk

REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Spots limited (see link below)

Help us celebrate Latino Conservation Week! Ranger Christopher Quezada in a guided nature walk in Spanish around the Visitor Center. Learn about the plants, wildlife and history of the Refuge! Program lasts for approximately an hour, and will start at the Visitor Center. In the case of inclement weather, program will be moved to another location (you will be notified via email).

There is no additional fee for the program, but you will need to pay the $3.00 per vehicle admission fee.

Please bring enough water and necessary sun protection.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/latino-conservation-week-guided-nature-walk-at-laguna-atascosa-tickets-64337807113

Questions? Please call (956) 245-3592

Paras preguntas español, llama (956) 245-1101

#LCW2019

Location:
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center,Los Fresnos,TX,78566


Date & time:
July 14, 2019 - July 14, 2019
8:30am - 9:30am

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/14/2019

Yes
July 22, 2018 | District of Columbia

Bilingual Historic Tour of Columbia Heights

Join Park Rangers for an informative, bilingual tour on the history of communities living in the Columbia Heights neighborhood! It will begin at the Columbia Heights Civic Plaza at 7:00 p.m. and end at the Central American Resource Center at 8:00 p.m.

Sponsor(s):

NPS - National Mall

Location:
Columbia Heights Civic Plaza
3229 14th St NW,Washington ,DC,20010


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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Bilingual Historic Tour of Columbia Heights

Join Park Rangers for an informative, bilingual tour on the history of communities living in the Columbia Heights neighborhood! It will begin at the Columbia Heights Civic Plaza at 7:00 p.m. and end at the Central American Resource Center at 8:00 p.m.

Location:
Columbia Heights Civic Plaza
3229 14th St NW,Washington ,DC,20010


Date & time:
July 22, 2018 - July 22, 2018
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

District of Columbia
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07/22/2018

Yes
July 13, 2019 | California

Bilingual Interpretive Hike at Mission Creek Preserve

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, we will be offering a bilingual interpretative hike on the cultural history of Mission Creek Preserve. The preserve sits on ancestral lands of the Serrano & Cahuilla tribes and showcases an incredible diversity of flora and fauna through the meeting of our Sonoran and Mojave deserts.

En celebración de Latino Conservation Week, ofreceremos una caminata bilingüe e interpretativa sobre la historia cultural de la reserva de Mission Creek. La reserva se ubica en las tierras ancestrales de los tribus Cahuilla y Serrano y muestra una diversidad increíble de fauna y flora a través de la union de nuestros desiertos Mojave y Sonora. 

Sponsor(s):

The Wildlands Conservancy

Location:
Mission Creek Preserve
60550 Mission Creek Road ,Desert Hot Springs,CA,92240


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
8:30am - 10am

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Interpretive Hike at Mission Creek Preserve

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, we will be offering a bilingual interpretative hike on the cultural history of Mission Creek Preserve. The preserve sits on ancestral lands of the Serrano & Cahuilla tribes and showcases an incredible diversity of flora and fauna through the meeting of our Sonoran and Mojave deserts.

En celebración de Latino Conservation Week, ofreceremos una caminata bilingüe e interpretativa sobre la historia cultural de la reserva de Mission Creek. La reserva se ubica en las tierras ancestrales de los tribus Cahuilla y Serrano y muestra una diversidad increíble de fauna y flora a través de la union de nuestros desiertos Mojave y Sonora. 

Location:
Mission Creek Preserve
60550 Mission Creek Road ,Desert Hot Springs,CA,92240


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
8:30am - 10am

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/13/2019

Yes
July 13, 2019 | California

Bilingual Interpretive Hike at Point Reyes National Seashore.

Join us in celebrating Latino Conservation Week as we hike the trails of Point Reyes National Seashore with Latino Heritage Internship Program Intern and learn about its animals, vegetation, ecology and culture. The interpretative hike will be led by a Spanish-English bilingual guide.

Estan invitados a una caminata interpretativa para celebrar La Semana de Conservación Latina donde aprenderemos sobre los animales, las plantas, la ecología y la cultura de Point Reyes National Seashore. La caminata será presentada en inglés/o en español por un guía bilingüe.

Sponsor(s):

Environment for the Americas, Latino Heritage Internship Program

Location:
Point Reyes National Seashore: Bear Valley Visitor Center and Tomales Point Trail.
1 Bear Valley Road,Point Reyes Station,CA,94956


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Interpretive Hike at Point Reyes National Seashore.

Join us in celebrating Latino Conservation Week as we hike the trails of Point Reyes National Seashore with Latino Heritage Internship Program Intern and learn about its animals, vegetation, ecology and culture. The interpretative hike will be led by a Spanish-English bilingual guide.

Estan invitados a una caminata interpretativa para celebrar La Semana de Conservación Latina donde aprenderemos sobre los animales, las plantas, la ecología y la cultura de Point Reyes National Seashore. La caminata será presentada en inglés/o en español por un guía bilingüe.

Location:
Point Reyes National Seashore: Bear Valley Visitor Center and Tomales Point Trail.
1 Bear Valley Road,Point Reyes Station,CA,94956


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/13/2019

Yes
July 21, 2019 | Texas

Bilingual Introductory Tour at the Rio Bosque Wetlands Park

Tour of the Rio Bosque Wetlands park by John Sproul and Maryflor Garcia. We will be talking about the history, plants, and animals of the Rio Bosque. This will be a 2 hour hike, make sure to bring plenty of water, sun protection, long sleeve shirt, long pants, and lots of bug spray. Meeting place for all activities is a bridge crossing the Riverside Canal. From I-10, take Americas Ave. (Loop 375) to Pan American Dr., turn left onto Pan American and travel 1.5 miles to the bridge.

Sponsor(s):

Frontera Land Alliance and Friends of the Rio Bosque Wetlands Park

Location:
Rio Bosque Wetlands Park
10001 Southside Road,El Paso,TX,79927


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Introductory Tour at the Rio Bosque Wetlands Park

Tour of the Rio Bosque Wetlands park by John Sproul and Maryflor Garcia. We will be talking about the history, plants, and animals of the Rio Bosque. This will be a 2 hour hike, make sure to bring plenty of water, sun protection, long sleeve shirt, long pants, and lots of bug spray. Meeting place for all activities is a bridge crossing the Riverside Canal. From I-10, take Americas Ave. (Loop 375) to Pan American Dr., turn left onto Pan American and travel 1.5 miles to the bridge.

Location:
Rio Bosque Wetlands Park
10001 Southside Road,El Paso,TX,79927


Date & time:
July 21, 2019 - July 21, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Texas
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07/21/2019

Yes
July 22, 2021 | Texas

Bilingual Rio Bosque Sunset Caminata

Join us for Latino Conservation Week 2021! 
 
Bilingual Sunset Caminata at Rio Bosque
Thursday July 22nd from 6:30-8PM
 
Learn about the wildlife that is found in a desert wetland while enjoying a beautiful sunset. But don't forget the bug spray!
¡Aprende sobre la vida silvestre que se encuentra en un humedal del desierto mientras disfrutas de un hermoso atardecer! Pero no te olvides del insecticida.
 
Make sure to bring plenty of water, sturdy shoes, sun and sun protection.
Location: Wetland Trailhead- Rio Bosque Wetlands Park

Sponsor(s):

The Frontera Land Alliance
Location:
Rio Bosque Wetlands Park
10716 Socorro Rd. ,El Paso,TX,79927


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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Bilingual Rio Bosque Sunset Caminata

Join us for Latino Conservation Week 2021! 
 
Bilingual Sunset Caminata at Rio Bosque
Thursday July 22nd from 6:30-8PM
 
Learn about the wildlife that is found in a desert wetland while enjoying a beautiful sunset. But don't forget the bug spray!
¡Aprende sobre la vida silvestre que se encuentra en un humedal del desierto mientras disfrutas de un hermoso atardecer! Pero no te olvides del insecticida.
 
Make sure to bring plenty of water, sturdy shoes, sun and sun protection.
Location: Wetland Trailhead- Rio Bosque Wetlands Park
Location:
Rio Bosque Wetlands Park
10716 Socorro Rd. ,El Paso,TX,79927


Date & time:
July 22, 2021 - July 22, 2021
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Texas
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07/22/2021

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Texas

Bilingual Self-Guided Nature Walk at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park! What does conservation mean to you? Pick up a bilingual nature guide to discover the beauty of the Texas Hill Country that inspired President Johnson to pass environmental legislation to preserve green spaces, such as national parks. Nature guides can be picked up at the Johnson City Visitor Center and at the Hangar Visitor Center located at the LBJ Ranch in Stonewall, Texas. 

Sponsor(s):

Friends of Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
Location:
Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
100 E. Lady Bird Lane,Johnson City,TX,78636


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
9 am - 4:30 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Self-Guided Nature Walk at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park! What does conservation mean to you? Pick up a bilingual nature guide to discover the beauty of the Texas Hill Country that inspired President Johnson to pass environmental legislation to preserve green spaces, such as national parks. Nature guides can be picked up at the Johnson City Visitor Center and at the Hangar Visitor Center located at the LBJ Ranch in Stonewall, Texas. 

Location:
Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
100 E. Lady Bird Lane,Johnson City,TX,78636


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
9 am - 4:30 pm

Texas
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07/17/2021

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Arizona

Bilingual Story Time - Hora de cuentos bilingües

Join us in the shade for our bilingual story time on Saturday July 17th @ 9:00 a.m.! We will read The Very Hungry Caterpillar in English and Spanish, sing songs, and make a craft to take home. Watershed Management Group is hosting Family Saturdays every third Saturday of the month at the Living Lab and Learning Center located at 1137 N. Dodge Blvd from 8a.m. - 11a.m..

Schedule:
8am   - Explore the activities
9am   - Storytime 
10am - Explore the activities

We encourage masks for adults who are not vaccinated. Registration encouraged, walk - ins welcome. 

www.watershedmg.org/family

--español--
¡Únase a nosotros en la sombra para nuestra hora de cuentos bilingües el sábado 17 de julio a las 9:00 a.m.! Leeremos La Oruga Muy Hambrienta en inglés y español, cantaremos canciones y haremos un proyecto de arte para llevar a casa. Watershed Management Group está organizando sábados familiares cada tercer sábado del mes en el Living Lab and Learning Center localizado en 1137 N. Dodge Blvd.

Horario:
8am   - Explore las actividades
9am   - Hora de cuentos 
10am - Explore las actividades

Pedimos que todos los adultos sin vacuna usen máscaras. Se recomienda registro pero no es obligatorio. 

www.watershedmg.org/family

Sponsor(s):

Watershed Management Group
Location:
Living Lab and Learning Center
1137 N. Dodge Blvd.,Tucson,AZ,85716


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 18, 2021
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Story Time - Hora de cuentos bilingües

Join us in the shade for our bilingual story time on Saturday July 17th @ 9:00 a.m.! We will read The Very Hungry Caterpillar in English and Spanish, sing songs, and make a craft to take home. Watershed Management Group is hosting Family Saturdays every third Saturday of the month at the Living Lab and Learning Center located at 1137 N. Dodge Blvd from 8a.m. - 11a.m..

Schedule:
8am   - Explore the activities
9am   - Storytime 
10am - Explore the activities

We encourage masks for adults who are not vaccinated. Registration encouraged, walk - ins welcome. 

www.watershedmg.org/family

--español--
¡Únase a nosotros en la sombra para nuestra hora de cuentos bilingües el sábado 17 de julio a las 9:00 a.m.! Leeremos La Oruga Muy Hambrienta en inglés y español, cantaremos canciones y haremos un proyecto de arte para llevar a casa. Watershed Management Group está organizando sábados familiares cada tercer sábado del mes en el Living Lab and Learning Center localizado en 1137 N. Dodge Blvd.

Horario:
8am   - Explore las actividades
9am   - Hora de cuentos 
10am - Explore las actividades

Pedimos que todos los adultos sin vacuna usen máscaras. Se recomienda registro pero no es obligatorio. 

www.watershedmg.org/family

Location:
Living Lab and Learning Center
1137 N. Dodge Blvd.,Tucson,AZ,85716


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 18, 2021
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Arizona
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07/17/2021

Yes
July 18, 2018 | Maryland

Bilingual Storytime

Join Montgomery Parks and Montgomery County Councilmember Nancy Navarro for a special nature-themed bilingual story time.

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery Parks

Location:
Brookside Nature Center
1400 Glenallan Avenue,Wheaton,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 18, 2018 - July 18, 2018
10:00am - 11:00am

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Storytime

Join Montgomery Parks and Montgomery County Councilmember Nancy Navarro for a special nature-themed bilingual story time.

Location:
Brookside Nature Center
1400 Glenallan Avenue,Wheaton,MD,20902


Date & time:
July 18, 2018 - July 18, 2018
10:00am - 11:00am

Maryland
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07/18/2018

Yes
July 15, 2019 | New Mexico

Bilingual Sunset Stroll at Dripping Springs Natural Area

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we will be hosting a sunset hike at Dripping Springs Natural Area. We will learn about the history and the natural environment of this beautiful place as the full moon of the month rises behind the Organ Mountains. Come prepared for a 3 mile hike and bring flashlights that have red light capability.

Please RSVP at grecia@nmwild.org

En honor a la Semana de la Conservación Latina, nos complace invitarlos a un excursión guiada en Dripping Springs. Aprenderemos sobre la historia y el entorno natural de este hermoso lugar. Estaremos en el sendero durante la puesta del sol y a la salida de la luna detrás de las Montañas de los Organos. Vengan preparados para una caminata de 3 millas y traigan linternas que tengan capacidad de luz roja. Sera divertido para toda la familia principiantes porque estaremos al aire libre.

Porfavor de registrarse con grecia@nmwild.org

Sponsor(s):

New Mexico Wild and the Bureau of Land Management- Las Cruces District Office

Location:
Dripping Springs Natural Area
15000 Dripping Springs Rd.,Las Cruces,NM,88011


Date & time:
July 15, 2019 - July 15, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Sunset Stroll at Dripping Springs Natural Area

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we will be hosting a sunset hike at Dripping Springs Natural Area. We will learn about the history and the natural environment of this beautiful place as the full moon of the month rises behind the Organ Mountains. Come prepared for a 3 mile hike and bring flashlights that have red light capability.

Please RSVP at grecia@nmwild.org

En honor a la Semana de la Conservación Latina, nos complace invitarlos a un excursión guiada en Dripping Springs. Aprenderemos sobre la historia y el entorno natural de este hermoso lugar. Estaremos en el sendero durante la puesta del sol y a la salida de la luna detrás de las Montañas de los Organos. Vengan preparados para una caminata de 3 millas y traigan linternas que tengan capacidad de luz roja. Sera divertido para toda la familia principiantes porque estaremos al aire libre.

Porfavor de registrarse con grecia@nmwild.org

Location:
Dripping Springs Natural Area
15000 Dripping Springs Rd.,Las Cruces,NM,88011


Date & time:
July 15, 2019 - July 15, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

New Mexico
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07/15/2019

Yes
July 15, 2017 | California

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour starting at 9:30 a.m. of Block 14 and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Sponsor(s):

Manzanar History Association, National Park Service, Hispanic access Foundation, Latino Heritage Internship Program
Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour starting at 9:30 a.m. of Block 14 and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/15/2017

Yes
July 18, 2017 | California

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour of Block 14 starting at 9:30 a.m. and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Sponsor(s):

Manzanar History Association, National Park Service, Hispanic access Foundation, Latino Heritage Internship Program
Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 18, 2017 - July 18, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour of Block 14 starting at 9:30 a.m. and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 18, 2017 - July 18, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

California
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07/18/2017

Yes
July 20, 2017 | California

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour of the Japanese gardens starting at 9:30 a.m. and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Sponsor(s):

Manzanar History Association, National Park Service, Hispanic access Foundation, Latino Heritage Internship Program
Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 20, 2017 - July 20, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour of the Japanese gardens starting at 9:30 a.m. and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 20, 2017 - July 20, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

California
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2017

Yes
July 22, 2017 | California

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour of the Japanese gardens starting at 9:30 a.m. and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Sponsor(s):

Manzanar History Association, National Park Service, Hispanic access Foundation, Latino Heritage Internship Program
Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Tour Programs at Manzanar National Historic Site: "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía"

Manzanar will host four days of bilingual tours and film screenings during Latino Conservation Week. The special events titled "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" will highlight inspiring stories about some of the people at Manzanar whose courage and resilience helped them navigate through a difficult time in our nation’s history. One of the featured stories will be of Ralph Lazo, a 16-year-old Mexican-American who chose to live within Manzanar’s barbed wire to be with his friends. His story is told in Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, produced by Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (NCRR) and Visual Communications in 2004.

Rocio Gomez, a Latino Heritage intern, will lead the "Echoes of Resilience/Voces de Valentía" site tour of the Japanese gardens starting at 9:30 a.m. and introduce the film Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story at 12:30 p.m.

These special events are free and open to the public. Visitors interested in the walking tours should meet in the Visitor Center lobby shortly before 9:30 a.m. to sign up. The first ten visitors to sign up for each bilingual tour will receive a Manzanar souvenir water bottle.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. There are no food services at Manzanar; bring snacks and water. There will be places to refill water bottles on the tour.

Location:
Manzanar National Historic Site
Manzanar National Historic Site,Manzanar Reward Rd, California,Manzanar,CA,93526


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

California
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07/22/2017

Yes
July 25, 2021 | Colorado

Bilingual Yoga & Birding

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED **Registration Closes on Saturday, July 24th,12pm MST** Space is limited! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lo-colorado-latino-conservation-week-bilingual-yoga-and-birding-tickets-163776617271 

This event is free and park entrance will be waived for participants. Must be 18 and older to participate.

Starting at 6:30pm, we will be taking an easy 30-minute walk to the Boardwalk Gazebo at Barr Lake where we will learn how to identify and observe waterfowl, birds of prey, and ecosystems that inhabit healthy bird populations. Latino Outdoors volunteer Rosie Sanchez, who is a birder of 14 years, and a bilingual outdoor educator provided by the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies in partnership with Barr Lake will be leading and helping participants with bird identification. We will provide binoculars, but you are welcome to bring your own!

We'll conclude our walk at the Boardwalk Gazebo with a 45 minute beginner-level bilingual yoga class taught by Diana Campos, who received yoga certification and training as part of the Latino Outdoors Colorado Leadership Development Program funded by REI. This yoga practice will feature bird call identification during the practice.

Required:

  • Face mask
  • Comfy shoes and clothes
  • Anti-mosquito spray or other products
  • Yoga mat (and yoga props if you'd like)

Suggested Additional Packing List:

  • Backpack or daypack
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Layers/rain jacket

About the Trail

Distance: 1.3 miles to Gazebo Boardwalk, ride back to parking lot in golf carts

Elevation Gain: 0 ft

Max Elevation: 5,130 ft

Skill Level: Easy

Trail Use: Foot, horse, mountain bike

Facilities/Restrooms: None, Nature Center will be closed

Terrain Description: Flat, non-paved wide trail

Trail/Condition Hazards: Mosquitos during evening

 

!Acompaña a Latino Outdoors Colorado para una noche de práctica de yoga bilingüe (español / inglés) para observar aves para cerrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina 2021!

SE REQUIERE INSCRIPCIÓN ** La inscripción cierra el sábado 24 de julio a las 12 p.m. MST ** !Cupo es limitado!

Este evento es gratuito y no se cobrará la entrada al parque para los participantes. Debe tener 18 años o más para participar.

A partir de las 6:30 pm, realizaremos una caminata fácil de 30 minutos hasta el Boardwalk Gazebo en Barr Lake, donde aprenderemos a identificar y observar aves acuáticas, aves rapaces y ecosistemas que habitan en poblaciones saludables de aves. La voluntaria de Latino Outdoors Rosie Sánchez, quien es una observadora de aves de 14 años, y una educadora bilingüe al aire libre proporcionada por Bird Conservancy of the Rockies en asociación con Barr Lake, liderará y ayudará a los participantes con la identificación de aves. Le proporcionaremos binoculares, ¡pero puede traer los suyos!

Concluiremos nuestra caminata en el Boardwalk Gazebo con una clase de yoga bilingüe para principiantes de 45 minutos impartida por Diana Campos, quien recibió la certificación y capacitación de yoga como parte del Programa de Desarrollo de Liderazgo Latino Outdoors Colorado financiado por REI. Esta práctica de yoga contará con la identificación del canto de los pájaros durante la práctica.

Requerido:

  • Mascarilla
  • Zapatos y ropa cómodos
  • Spray anti-mosquitos u otros productos
  • Esterilla de yoga (y accesorios de yoga si lo desea)

Lista de empaque adicional sugerida:

  • Mochila
  • Agua
  • Aperitivos
  • Capas / chaqueta impermeable

Sobre el sendero

Distancia: 1.3 millas hasta el paseo marítimo Gazebo, viaje de regreso al estacionamiento en carritos de golf

Ganancia de elevación: 0 pies

Elevación máxima: 5,130 pies

Nivel de habilidad: Fácil

Uso del sendero: a pie, a caballo, en bicicleta de montaña

Instalaciones / baños: ninguno, el centro de la naturaleza estará cerrado

Descripción del terreno: Sendero ancho plano y no pavimentado

Peligros del sendero / condición: mosquitos durante la noche

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors CO
Location:
Barr Lake State Park
13401 Picadilly Rd Brighton, CO 80603,Brighton,CO,80603


Date & time:
July 25, 2021 - July 25, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Yoga & Birding

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED **Registration Closes on Saturday, July 24th,12pm MST** Space is limited! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lo-colorado-latino-conservation-week-bilingual-yoga-and-birding-tickets-163776617271 

This event is free and park entrance will be waived for participants. Must be 18 and older to participate.

Starting at 6:30pm, we will be taking an easy 30-minute walk to the Boardwalk Gazebo at Barr Lake where we will learn how to identify and observe waterfowl, birds of prey, and ecosystems that inhabit healthy bird populations. Latino Outdoors volunteer Rosie Sanchez, who is a birder of 14 years, and a bilingual outdoor educator provided by the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies in partnership with Barr Lake will be leading and helping participants with bird identification. We will provide binoculars, but you are welcome to bring your own!

We'll conclude our walk at the Boardwalk Gazebo with a 45 minute beginner-level bilingual yoga class taught by Diana Campos, who received yoga certification and training as part of the Latino Outdoors Colorado Leadership Development Program funded by REI. This yoga practice will feature bird call identification during the practice.

Required:

  • Face mask
  • Comfy shoes and clothes
  • Anti-mosquito spray or other products
  • Yoga mat (and yoga props if you'd like)

Suggested Additional Packing List:

  • Backpack or daypack
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Layers/rain jacket

About the Trail

Distance: 1.3 miles to Gazebo Boardwalk, ride back to parking lot in golf carts

Elevation Gain: 0 ft

Max Elevation: 5,130 ft

Skill Level: Easy

Trail Use: Foot, horse, mountain bike

Facilities/Restrooms: None, Nature Center will be closed

Terrain Description: Flat, non-paved wide trail

Trail/Condition Hazards: Mosquitos during evening

 

!Acompaña a Latino Outdoors Colorado para una noche de práctica de yoga bilingüe (español / inglés) para observar aves para cerrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina 2021!

SE REQUIERE INSCRIPCIÓN ** La inscripción cierra el sábado 24 de julio a las 12 p.m. MST ** !Cupo es limitado!

Este evento es gratuito y no se cobrará la entrada al parque para los participantes. Debe tener 18 años o más para participar.

A partir de las 6:30 pm, realizaremos una caminata fácil de 30 minutos hasta el Boardwalk Gazebo en Barr Lake, donde aprenderemos a identificar y observar aves acuáticas, aves rapaces y ecosistemas que habitan en poblaciones saludables de aves. La voluntaria de Latino Outdoors Rosie Sánchez, quien es una observadora de aves de 14 años, y una educadora bilingüe al aire libre proporcionada por Bird Conservancy of the Rockies en asociación con Barr Lake, liderará y ayudará a los participantes con la identificación de aves. Le proporcionaremos binoculares, ¡pero puede traer los suyos!

Concluiremos nuestra caminata en el Boardwalk Gazebo con una clase de yoga bilingüe para principiantes de 45 minutos impartida por Diana Campos, quien recibió la certificación y capacitación de yoga como parte del Programa de Desarrollo de Liderazgo Latino Outdoors Colorado financiado por REI. Esta práctica de yoga contará con la identificación del canto de los pájaros durante la práctica.

Requerido:

  • Mascarilla
  • Zapatos y ropa cómodos
  • Spray anti-mosquitos u otros productos
  • Esterilla de yoga (y accesorios de yoga si lo desea)

Lista de empaque adicional sugerida:

  • Mochila
  • Agua
  • Aperitivos
  • Capas / chaqueta impermeable

Sobre el sendero

Distancia: 1.3 millas hasta el paseo marítimo Gazebo, viaje de regreso al estacionamiento en carritos de golf

Ganancia de elevación: 0 pies

Elevación máxima: 5,130 pies

Nivel de habilidad: Fácil

Uso del sendero: a pie, a caballo, en bicicleta de montaña

Instalaciones / baños: ninguno, el centro de la naturaleza estará cerrado

Descripción del terreno: Sendero ancho plano y no pavimentado

Peligros del sendero / condición: mosquitos durante la noche

Location:
Barr Lake State Park
13401 Picadilly Rd Brighton, CO 80603,Brighton,CO,80603


Date & time:
July 25, 2021 - July 25, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/25/2021

Yes
July 13, 2019 | Colorado

Bilingual Yoga Class

Take a break from work and escape with the Mexican Cultural Center in this exciting collaboration with the Denver Botanic Gardens. We will be hosting a relaxing FREE bilingual yoga class taught by Noemi Nunez. Be sure to reserve your spot as spaces are limited and filling up quickly!28 mats will be provided on a first come, first served basis

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-bilingual-yoga-class-at-mexican-cultural-center-tickets-64643398144?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR065_GGXgyt3vS74Och-ZFO8ttq1PdTbwl8qyGdWO1uyvbLYW24jSKsDdw

Sponsor(s):

Mexican Cultural Center, Denver Botanic Gardens

Location:
Mexican Cultural Center
5350 Leetsdale Drive, #200w,Denver,CO,80246


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Full Event Details | Directions

Bilingual Yoga Class

Take a break from work and escape with the Mexican Cultural Center in this exciting collaboration with the Denver Botanic Gardens. We will be hosting a relaxing FREE bilingual yoga class taught by Noemi Nunez. Be sure to reserve your spot as spaces are limited and filling up quickly!28 mats will be provided on a first come, first served basis

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-bilingual-yoga-class-at-mexican-cultural-center-tickets-64643398144?aff=efbeventtix&fbclid=IwAR065_GGXgyt3vS74Och-ZFO8ttq1PdTbwl8qyGdWO1uyvbLYW24jSKsDdw

Location:
Mexican Cultural Center
5350 Leetsdale Drive, #200w,Denver,CO,80246


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Colorado
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07/13/2019

Yes
August 10, 2018 | California

Bingo del Medio Ambiente

Join us for a Bilingual Bingo game about the different species and biodiversity that you could find in Cedar Grove, Kings Canyon National Park.

Sponsor(s):

NPS, HAF

Location:
Cedar Grove Visitor Center, Kings Canyon National Park
On Highway 180, 30 miles (48 km) east of Grant Grove. Next to Sentinel Campground,Cedar Grove,CA,93633


Date & time:
August 10, 2018 - August 10, 2018
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bingo del Medio Ambiente

Join us for a Bilingual Bingo game about the different species and biodiversity that you could find in Cedar Grove, Kings Canyon National Park.

Location:
Cedar Grove Visitor Center, Kings Canyon National Park
On Highway 180, 30 miles (48 km) east of Grant Grove. Next to Sentinel Campground,Cedar Grove,CA,93633


Date & time:
August 10, 2018 - August 10, 2018
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

California
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08/10/2018

Yes
July 13, 2019 | New Mexico

Bio Blitz at La Mancha Wetland

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we’re having a BioBlitz at La Mancha Wetland!

What’s a bio blitz, you ask? Basically, it’s a way that regular people and kids can participate in real science, by taking pictures of different plants and animals that we can use later to collect real data about a special place. So bring the whole family and come on out to the pond for a fun-filled afternoon!

Find more details at our event page here: www.wildmesquite.org/node/1284

Sponsor(s):

Southwest Environmental Center

Location:
La Mancha Wetland
south of the Interstate 10 Rio Grande bridge,Las Cruces,NM,88005


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
6:00pm - 8:30pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bio Blitz at La Mancha Wetland

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we’re having a BioBlitz at La Mancha Wetland!

What’s a bio blitz, you ask? Basically, it’s a way that regular people and kids can participate in real science, by taking pictures of different plants and animals that we can use later to collect real data about a special place. So bring the whole family and come on out to the pond for a fun-filled afternoon!

Find more details at our event page here: www.wildmesquite.org/node/1284

Location:
La Mancha Wetland
south of the Interstate 10 Rio Grande bridge,Las Cruces,NM,88005


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
6:00pm - 8:30pm

New Mexico
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07/13/2019

Yes
July 13, 2019 | Nebraska

BioBlitz on the Prairie

Birds, Bugs, and Blooms, oh my! Join us for this family-fun event, a great way to
experience one of the properties of the amazing Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch.
A Bioblitz is an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living
species within a designated area, so we’ll be counting as many living things in 3 hours as we
can! We’ll have four teams counting: a bird team, insect team, plants team, and stream &
everything else team. A special bird banding demonstration will start off the day! See the
schedule below, water and snacks will be available. Bring your own water bottle to refill.
Registration for the bioblitz is preferred by emailing Jason at scp@audubon.org.
- 7:00 - 8:30 AM BIRD BANDING Demonstration
- 8:30 - 9:00 AM CHECK-IN, Intro, Team Assignments
- 9:00 - 12:00 PM BIOBLITZING and tallying up species.
Denton Prairie, corner of Cass & W 2nd St, in Denton. Parking is at the Denton
Community Center: 7115 Lancaster Ave, by the park, and walk 2 blocks southwest.

Sponsor(s):

Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Lincoln Parks and Recreation

Location:
Spring Creek Audubon Center
enton Prairie, corner of Cass & W 2nd St, in Denton. Parking is at the Denton Community Center: 7115 Lancaster Ave, by the park, and walk 2 blocks southwest.,Denton,NE,68339


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
7:00 - 1:00

Full Event Details | Directions

BioBlitz on the Prairie

Birds, Bugs, and Blooms, oh my! Join us for this family-fun event, a great way to
experience one of the properties of the amazing Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch.
A Bioblitz is an intense period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living
species within a designated area, so we’ll be counting as many living things in 3 hours as we
can! We’ll have four teams counting: a bird team, insect team, plants team, and stream &
everything else team. A special bird banding demonstration will start off the day! See the
schedule below, water and snacks will be available. Bring your own water bottle to refill.
Registration for the bioblitz is preferred by emailing Jason at scp@audubon.org.
- 7:00 - 8:30 AM BIRD BANDING Demonstration
- 8:30 - 9:00 AM CHECK-IN, Intro, Team Assignments
- 9:00 - 12:00 PM BIOBLITZING and tallying up species.
Denton Prairie, corner of Cass & W 2nd St, in Denton. Parking is at the Denton
Community Center: 7115 Lancaster Ave, by the park, and walk 2 blocks southwest.

Location:
Spring Creek Audubon Center
enton Prairie, corner of Cass & W 2nd St, in Denton. Parking is at the Denton Community Center: 7115 Lancaster Ave, by the park, and walk 2 blocks southwest.,Denton,NE,68339


Date & time:
July 13, 2019 - July 13, 2019
7:00 - 1:00

Nebraska
Full Event Details | Directions

07/13/2019

Yes
July 20, 2019 | California

Bioblitz! with Environmental Volunteers and Latino Outdoors

Adventurers, Explorers and Citizen Scientists, come enjoy a BioBlitz in the Palo Alto Baylands.

On Saturday, July 20th from 10 am -1 pm, Latino Outdoors and Environmental Volunteers will be hosting this engaging event to learn a new skill and discover the beauty of slowing down to look around. During this activity you will observe the biodiversity of an ecosystem teeming with life! Our guides will be with groups as we take a closer look around us. Using iNaturalist, we will be photographing the different plants, animals and insects encountered within our time together. The ultimate goal being creating a digital snapshot on what was alive and observed that day.

Our day will start at 10 with an intro & overview of the day, then out in the field from 10:30 to 12:30 with a recap ending us out by 1 pm.

The BioBlitz is open to all ages, please be sure to bring layered clothing with sun protection, preffered food and containers for water. Four-legged friends will have to stay home for this one!Snacks will be available throughout the day for particpants to restock and fuel up!

Enviormental Volunteers will also have iPads available to particpants who do not have smart phones.We look forward to exploring with you, reach out with any questions to Jennifer@latinooutdoors.org!

Aventureros, exploradores y científicos ciudadanos, venga a disfrutar un BioBlitz en Palo Alto Baylands.

El sábado 20 de julio, de 10 am a 1 pm, Latino Outdoors y Environmental Volunteers organizarán este evento atractivo para aprender una nueva habilidad y descubrir la belleza de andar mas despacio para mirar alrededor.¡Durante esta actividad observarás la biodiversidad de un ecosistema repleto de vida!Nuestros guías estarán con grupos mientras observamos más de cerca a nuestro alrededor. Usando iNaturalist, fotografiaremos las diferentes plantas, animales e insectos encontrados en nuestro tiempo juntos. El objetivo final es crear una instantánea digital de lo que estaba vivo y observado ese día.

Nuestro día comenzará a las 10 con una introducción y una visión general del día, luego saldrá al campo de 10:30 a 12:30 con un resumen que terminará a las 1 pm.El BioBlitz está abierto a todas las edades, por favor asegúrese de llevar ropa en capas con protección solar, alimentos preferidos y recipientes para agua. ¡Los amigos de cuatro patas tendrán que quedarse en casa para esta!

¡Habrá bocadillos disponibles durante todo el día para que los participantes puedan reponer y cargar combustible! Enviormental Volunteers también tendrán iPads disponibles para los participantes que no tengan teléfonos inteligentes.

¡Esperamos explorar con ustedes!Hace preguntas a Jennifer@latinooutdoors.org!

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, Environmental Volunteers

Location:
Environmental Volunteers Ecocenter
2560 Embarcadero Road,Palo Alto,CA,94303


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
10:00 am - 1:00pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bioblitz! with Environmental Volunteers and Latino Outdoors

Adventurers, Explorers and Citizen Scientists, come enjoy a BioBlitz in the Palo Alto Baylands.

On Saturday, July 20th from 10 am -1 pm, Latino Outdoors and Environmental Volunteers will be hosting this engaging event to learn a new skill and discover the beauty of slowing down to look around. During this activity you will observe the biodiversity of an ecosystem teeming with life! Our guides will be with groups as we take a closer look around us. Using iNaturalist, we will be photographing the different plants, animals and insects encountered within our time together. The ultimate goal being creating a digital snapshot on what was alive and observed that day.

Our day will start at 10 with an intro & overview of the day, then out in the field from 10:30 to 12:30 with a recap ending us out by 1 pm.

The BioBlitz is open to all ages, please be sure to bring layered clothing with sun protection, preffered food and containers for water. Four-legged friends will have to stay home for this one!Snacks will be available throughout the day for particpants to restock and fuel up!

Enviormental Volunteers will also have iPads available to particpants who do not have smart phones.We look forward to exploring with you, reach out with any questions to Jennifer@latinooutdoors.org!

Aventureros, exploradores y científicos ciudadanos, venga a disfrutar un BioBlitz en Palo Alto Baylands.

El sábado 20 de julio, de 10 am a 1 pm, Latino Outdoors y Environmental Volunteers organizarán este evento atractivo para aprender una nueva habilidad y descubrir la belleza de andar mas despacio para mirar alrededor.¡Durante esta actividad observarás la biodiversidad de un ecosistema repleto de vida!Nuestros guías estarán con grupos mientras observamos más de cerca a nuestro alrededor. Usando iNaturalist, fotografiaremos las diferentes plantas, animales e insectos encontrados en nuestro tiempo juntos. El objetivo final es crear una instantánea digital de lo que estaba vivo y observado ese día.

Nuestro día comenzará a las 10 con una introducción y una visión general del día, luego saldrá al campo de 10:30 a 12:30 con un resumen que terminará a las 1 pm.El BioBlitz está abierto a todas las edades, por favor asegúrese de llevar ropa en capas con protección solar, alimentos preferidos y recipientes para agua. ¡Los amigos de cuatro patas tendrán que quedarse en casa para esta!

¡Habrá bocadillos disponibles durante todo el día para que los participantes puedan reponer y cargar combustible! Enviormental Volunteers también tendrán iPads disponibles para los participantes que no tengan teléfonos inteligentes.

¡Esperamos explorar con ustedes!Hace preguntas a Jennifer@latinooutdoors.org!

Location:
Environmental Volunteers Ecocenter
2560 Embarcadero Road,Palo Alto,CA,94303


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
10:00 am - 1:00pm

California
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07/20/2019

Yes
July 16, 2022 | Texas

Bird Banding at Gulf Coast Bird Observatory

You are invited to join us for our monthly bird banding program at the GCBO headquarters in Lake Jackson on the third Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Licensed bird banders and GCBO Research Associates Robert and Kay Lookingbill  band at the sanctuary on a regular basis. Birds are captured for banding in very fine nylon nets known as “mist nets” because they are almost invisible in the environment. Captured birds are weighed and measured and their species, sex, and age are recorded. Each is fitted with an aluminum leg band with a unique number provided by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and released unharmed. If the bird is captured again, the band provides the link to retrieve this history, which then provides important information on the routes used by migrating birds, their longevity, and general physical condition.

The purpose of the project is to establish baseline data for the GCBO property on both resident and migratory bird populations. About half of the 34-acre headquarters tract is old growth Columbia Bottomland hardwood forest. The remaining acreage is partially cleared woodland with the larger trees remaining, the new constructed wetland, and the edges of Buffalo Camp Bayou. Banding will allow us to obtain information about the physical condition of migrants at this intermediate location between the coast and the bottomland forests lying well inland. Both coastal woodlots and inland bottomland forests are known to be extremely important stopover habitats for nearctic-neotropical migrants that move through the Gulf of Mexico region. Birds that are captured for banding can provide valuable information about their relative physical condition. Fat deposits, which provide the fuel necessary for the arduous undertaking of the twice annual travel of hundreds to thousands of miles, can be estimated by examining handheld birds. Recently arrived migrants generally exhibit little or no fat, as their fuel “tank” is depleted by the long flights they have just finished. The importance of stopover habitat to migrants is that it provides them with both shelter and a source of rapid replenishment of the fat reserves necessary to continue migration. In addition, bird banding is an excellent form of public outreach and education.

Along with providing valuable data for conservation, banding is also a great way for the public to see birds up close! Come by to watch the banding process, learn about the birds, and get outside!

Sponsor(s):

Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Location:
Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
299 HWY 332 W,LAKE JACKSON,TX,77566


Date & time:
July 16, 2022 - July 16, 2022
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bird Banding at Gulf Coast Bird Observatory

You are invited to join us for our monthly bird banding program at the GCBO headquarters in Lake Jackson on the third Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Licensed bird banders and GCBO Research Associates Robert and Kay Lookingbill  band at the sanctuary on a regular basis. Birds are captured for banding in very fine nylon nets known as “mist nets” because they are almost invisible in the environment. Captured birds are weighed and measured and their species, sex, and age are recorded. Each is fitted with an aluminum leg band with a unique number provided by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and released unharmed. If the bird is captured again, the band provides the link to retrieve this history, which then provides important information on the routes used by migrating birds, their longevity, and general physical condition.

The purpose of the project is to establish baseline data for the GCBO property on both resident and migratory bird populations. About half of the 34-acre headquarters tract is old growth Columbia Bottomland hardwood forest. The remaining acreage is partially cleared woodland with the larger trees remaining, the new constructed wetland, and the edges of Buffalo Camp Bayou. Banding will allow us to obtain information about the physical condition of migrants at this intermediate location between the coast and the bottomland forests lying well inland. Both coastal woodlots and inland bottomland forests are known to be extremely important stopover habitats for nearctic-neotropical migrants that move through the Gulf of Mexico region. Birds that are captured for banding can provide valuable information about their relative physical condition. Fat deposits, which provide the fuel necessary for the arduous undertaking of the twice annual travel of hundreds to thousands of miles, can be estimated by examining handheld birds. Recently arrived migrants generally exhibit little or no fat, as their fuel “tank” is depleted by the long flights they have just finished. The importance of stopover habitat to migrants is that it provides them with both shelter and a source of rapid replenishment of the fat reserves necessary to continue migration. In addition, bird banding is an excellent form of public outreach and education.

Along with providing valuable data for conservation, banding is also a great way for the public to see birds up close! Come by to watch the banding process, learn about the birds, and get outside!

Location:
Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
299 HWY 332 W,LAKE JACKSON,TX,77566


Date & time:
July 16, 2022 - July 16, 2022
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/16/2022

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Maryland

Bird Fest at Patuxent Refuge

Join us for a morning filled with activities, art, and crafts about migratory birds! 

Many family activities:

• Discover how wings work
• Bird Art and Crafts
• Learn to identify birds
• Bird Hurdles Obstacle Course
• Bonus 9am Early ‘bird’ walk (pre-register)

Sponsor(s):

Latino Outdoors, National Wildlife Refuge System, USGS
Location:
Patuxent Refuge National Wildlife Visitor Center
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop,Laurel,MD,20708


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2021
10:00 am ET - 12:00 pm ET

Full Event Details | Directions

Bird Fest at Patuxent Refuge

Join us for a morning filled with activities, art, and crafts about migratory birds! 

Many family activities:

• Discover how wings work
• Bird Art and Crafts
• Learn to identify birds
• Bird Hurdles Obstacle Course
• Bonus 9am Early ‘bird’ walk (pre-register)

Location:
Patuxent Refuge National Wildlife Visitor Center
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop,Laurel,MD,20708


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2021
10:00 am ET - 12:00 pm ET

Maryland
Full Event Details | Directions

07/17/2021

Yes
July 20, 2019 | Georgia

Bird Walk at Blue Heron Nature Preserve

Birding Focus: Discover the urban bird habitat at Blue Heron Nature Preserve, the home base for Atlanta Audubon Society. The focus will be migratory species and year-round residents including songbirds, woodpeckers, and waterfowl.

This is an excellent field trip for beginning birders. Families are welcomed. Binoculars will be available on site to borrow.

Sponsor(s):

Atlanta Audubon Society

Location:
Blue Heron Nature Preserve
4055 Roswell Road, NE,Atlanta,GA,30342


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bird Walk at Blue Heron Nature Preserve

Birding Focus: Discover the urban bird habitat at Blue Heron Nature Preserve, the home base for Atlanta Audubon Society. The focus will be migratory species and year-round residents including songbirds, woodpeckers, and waterfowl.

This is an excellent field trip for beginning birders. Families are welcomed. Binoculars will be available on site to borrow.

Location:
Blue Heron Nature Preserve
4055 Roswell Road, NE,Atlanta,GA,30342


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Georgia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2019

Yes
July 22, 2017 | Georgia

Bird Walk at Constitution Lakes

Field Trip: Constitution Lakes
Saturday 7/22 8:00 AM
Constitution Lakes, (DeKalb County)

Co-sponsored by Friends of Constitution Lakes

Leaders: Joy Carter and Sheila Stevens
Cell contact morning of walk: 404.822.0030 (Joy)

Birding Focus: We'll look for summer breeding birds. The site consists of open water, wetlands, and woodlands. Herons and egrets are often seen here. The site is also very good for woodpeckers. The trail is either paved or dirt and mostly gentle terrain. Waterproof shoes or boots are recommended if it has recently rained. Insect repellent is recommended. There are no restrooms so be sure to prepare ahead of time.

Directions and Parking: Google these coordinates for map or program your GPS: 33.68306, -84.34740. From I-20 take Exit 60 and go south on Moreland Ave. Drive 4.3 miles to intersection with S. River Industrial Blvd. SE and take a left turn. Take a slight right into the park, marked by a DeKalb County parks sign. The parking lot will be all the way at the end of this road. Meet in the gravel parking loop at the end of this driveway. Do not bring any valuables that you do not plan to carry with you.

Sponsor(s):

Atlanta Audubon Society and Friends of Constitution Lakes
Location:
Constitution Lakes
S. River Industrial Blvd. SE,Atlanta,GA,30316


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bird Walk at Constitution Lakes

Field Trip: Constitution Lakes
Saturday 7/22 8:00 AM
Constitution Lakes, (DeKalb County)

Co-sponsored by Friends of Constitution Lakes

Leaders: Joy Carter and Sheila Stevens
Cell contact morning of walk: 404.822.0030 (Joy)

Birding Focus: We'll look for summer breeding birds. The site consists of open water, wetlands, and woodlands. Herons and egrets are often seen here. The site is also very good for woodpeckers. The trail is either paved or dirt and mostly gentle terrain. Waterproof shoes or boots are recommended if it has recently rained. Insect repellent is recommended. There are no restrooms so be sure to prepare ahead of time.

Directions and Parking: Google these coordinates for map or program your GPS: 33.68306, -84.34740. From I-20 take Exit 60 and go south on Moreland Ave. Drive 4.3 miles to intersection with S. River Industrial Blvd. SE and take a left turn. Take a slight right into the park, marked by a DeKalb County parks sign. The parking lot will be all the way at the end of this road. Meet in the gravel parking loop at the end of this driveway. Do not bring any valuables that you do not plan to carry with you.

Location:
Constitution Lakes
S. River Industrial Blvd. SE,Atlanta,GA,30316


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Georgia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/22/2017

Yes
July 20, 2019 | Georgia

Bird Walk at Morningside Nature Preserve

Birding Focus: We will look for seasonal migrants and resident species. Morningside Nature Preserve is a 33-acre preserve easily accessible from I-85 near Cheshire Bridge Road. The preserve straddles South Fork Peachtree Creek and provides good habitat for both shrubland birds in its power corridor as well as woodland species along the trails.

The duration of the walk will be three hours with about two to three miles of walking, including a steep hill and a few flights of stairs. Note: There are no bathrooms on our route so go easy on the coffee.

For more information and directions, please visit https://www.atlantaaudubon.org/field-trips.html.

Sponsor(s):

Atlanta Audubon Society

Location:
Morningside Nature Preserve
2020 Lenox Rd NE,Atlanta,GA,30324


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bird Walk at Morningside Nature Preserve

Birding Focus: We will look for seasonal migrants and resident species. Morningside Nature Preserve is a 33-acre preserve easily accessible from I-85 near Cheshire Bridge Road. The preserve straddles South Fork Peachtree Creek and provides good habitat for both shrubland birds in its power corridor as well as woodland species along the trails.

The duration of the walk will be three hours with about two to three miles of walking, including a steep hill and a few flights of stairs. Note: There are no bathrooms on our route so go easy on the coffee.

For more information and directions, please visit https://www.atlantaaudubon.org/field-trips.html.

Location:
Morningside Nature Preserve
2020 Lenox Rd NE,Atlanta,GA,30324


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Georgia
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2019

Yes
July 20, 2019 | Texas

Birding Bus Tour (in Spanish!) /Tour de aves para principiantes (en Español)

Join Master Naturalist and the Arroyo Colorado Audubon's President, Alicia Cavasos, for a guided birding bus tour around Laguna Atascosa, in Spanish! No birding experience required, but bring your enthusiasm, water, and binoculars if you have them!

Registration is required. We will be meeting at the Visitor Center. Tour starts at 8am and runs till 11ish, but please arrive 10 minutes early to check in. There is no added fee, but you will have to pay the $3.00 per vehicle admission fee.

In the case of inclement weather, we will meeting at another location. You will be notified via email.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/latino-conservation-week-beginner-bird-bus-tour-in-spanish-tickets-64327243517

#LCW2019

Questions? Please call (956) 245-3592

Paras preguntas español, llama (956) 245-1101

Sponsor(s):

Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge

Location:
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center,Los Fresnos,TX,78566


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
8am - 11am

Full Event Details | Directions

Birding Bus Tour (in Spanish!) /Tour de aves para principiantes (en Español)

Join Master Naturalist and the Arroyo Colorado Audubon's President, Alicia Cavasos, for a guided birding bus tour around Laguna Atascosa, in Spanish! No birding experience required, but bring your enthusiasm, water, and binoculars if you have them!

Registration is required. We will be meeting at the Visitor Center. Tour starts at 8am and runs till 11ish, but please arrive 10 minutes early to check in. There is no added fee, but you will have to pay the $3.00 per vehicle admission fee.

In the case of inclement weather, we will meeting at another location. You will be notified via email.

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/latino-conservation-week-beginner-bird-bus-tour-in-spanish-tickets-64327243517

#LCW2019

Questions? Please call (956) 245-3592

Paras preguntas español, llama (956) 245-1101

Location:
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center,Los Fresnos,TX,78566


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
8am - 11am

Texas
Full Event Details | Directions

07/20/2019

Yes
July 23, 2021 | California

Birding Day/ Caminata de Aves

Friday, July 23 | 8:30 - 2:00 pm

Celebrate the importance of conservation with our Bilingual Birding Day! Join us in the morning for a guided bird walk into our educational riparian areas, and grab a Whitewater bird book in English or Spanish to complete with your family. The bird walk begins at 8:30 am in our parking lot. No sign up required. For Bird Book and activity supplies stop by our Trail Exploration table at the trailhead between 8:30 am and 2 pm.

 

¡Celebra la importancia de la conservación con nuestra Caminata de Aves Bilingües! Unase con nosotros en la mañana para una caminata de aves guiada en nuestro  sendero educativo y toma un libro de aves en inglés o español para completar con tu familia. La caminata comenzará a las 8:30 am en nuestro estacionamiento. No es necesario registrarse. Para un Libro de Aves y suministros para actividades pase por nuestra mesa de exploración de senderos junto al comienzo del sendero de 8:30 am a 2 pm.

Sponsor(s):

The Wildlands Conservancy
Location:
Whitewater Preserve
9160 Whitewater Canyon Rd.,Whitewater,CA,92282


Date & time:
July 23, 2021 - July 23, 2021
8:30a - 2p

Full Event Details | Directions

Birding Day/ Caminata de Aves

Friday, July 23 | 8:30 - 2:00 pm

Celebrate the importance of conservation with our Bilingual Birding Day! Join us in the morning for a guided bird walk into our educational riparian areas, and grab a Whitewater bird book in English or Spanish to complete with your family. The bird walk begins at 8:30 am in our parking lot. No sign up required. For Bird Book and activity supplies stop by our Trail Exploration table at the trailhead between 8:30 am and 2 pm.

 

¡Celebra la importancia de la conservación con nuestra Caminata de Aves Bilingües! Unase con nosotros en la mañana para una caminata de aves guiada en nuestro  sendero educativo y toma un libro de aves en inglés o español para completar con tu familia. La caminata comenzará a las 8:30 am en nuestro estacionamiento. No es necesario registrarse. Para un Libro de Aves y suministros para actividades pase por nuestra mesa de exploración de senderos junto al comienzo del sendero de 8:30 am a 2 pm.

Location:
Whitewater Preserve
9160 Whitewater Canyon Rd.,Whitewater,CA,92282


Date & time:
July 23, 2021 - July 23, 2021
8:30a - 2p

California
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07/23/2021

Yes
July 19, 2019 | Nebraska

Birding On The Prairie

The program consists of a birding activity in the prairie, a short talk about the importance of the conservation of natural resources and the protection of our birds, and a bilingual tour through our site.

Sponsor(s):

Latino Heritage Program

Location:
Homestead National Monument of America
8523 W State hwy 4,Beatrice,NE,68310


Date & time:
July 19, 2019 - July 19, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00

Full Event Details | Directions

Birding On The Prairie

The program consists of a birding activity in the prairie, a short talk about the importance of the conservation of natural resources and the protection of our birds, and a bilingual tour through our site.

Location:
Homestead National Monument of America
8523 W State hwy 4,Beatrice,NE,68310


Date & time:
July 19, 2019 - July 19, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00

Nebraska
Full Event Details | Directions

07/19/2019

Yes
July 15, 2017 | Arizona

Birding with a Purpose: Sweetwater Wetlands Monarch Waystation Planting

We’ll begin this special restoration field trip with an easy, early morning walk around the wetlands followed by planting special native plants for a Monarch Waystation. All of the plants will be donated by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and we will work with Tucson Water as we partner together to enhance the opportunities at Sweetwater for butterflies and hummingbirds. You can take this opportunity to learn how to bring this habitat to your own home! Be prepared to get dirty and it could be hot. Bring gardening gloves, lots of water, and your binoculars! Planting will begin about 7:30 a.m. Limit to 15 participants. Please register for this trip here: https://www.z2systems.com/np/clients/tas/eventRegistration.jsp?event=4186&

Sponsor(s):

Tucson Audubon Society, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson Water
Location:
Sweetwater Wetlands Park
2511 W Sweetwater Dr.,Tucson,AZ,85745


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
6am - 10am

Full Event Details | Directions

Birding with a Purpose: Sweetwater Wetlands Monarch Waystation Planting

We’ll begin this special restoration field trip with an easy, early morning walk around the wetlands followed by planting special native plants for a Monarch Waystation. All of the plants will be donated by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum and we will work with Tucson Water as we partner together to enhance the opportunities at Sweetwater for butterflies and hummingbirds. You can take this opportunity to learn how to bring this habitat to your own home! Be prepared to get dirty and it could be hot. Bring gardening gloves, lots of water, and your binoculars! Planting will begin about 7:30 a.m. Limit to 15 participants. Please register for this trip here: https://www.z2systems.com/np/clients/tas/eventRegistration.jsp?event=4186&
Location:
Sweetwater Wetlands Park
2511 W Sweetwater Dr.,Tucson,AZ,85745


Date & time:
July 15, 2017 - July 15, 2017
6am - 10am

Arizona
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07/15/2017

Yes
July 14, 2019 | Pennsylvania

Birds & Brews

Stop by the Kell Visitor Center between 9AM and 12PM to sample some bird friendly coffee. Start off Latino Conservation Week by learning how farming this delicious coffee in South America contributes to conservation efforts that affect our own backyard birds.

Sponsor(s):

Keystone State Park

Location:
Kell Visitor Center @ Keystone State Park
1150 Keystone Park Road,Derry,PA,15627


Date & time:
July 14, 2019 - July 14, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Birds & Brews

Stop by the Kell Visitor Center between 9AM and 12PM to sample some bird friendly coffee. Start off Latino Conservation Week by learning how farming this delicious coffee in South America contributes to conservation efforts that affect our own backyard birds.

Location:
Kell Visitor Center @ Keystone State Park
1150 Keystone Park Road,Derry,PA,15627


Date & time:
July 14, 2019 - July 14, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Pennsylvania
Full Event Details | Directions

07/14/2019

Yes
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

Full Event Details | Directions

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
Full Event Details | Directions

07/24/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 12, 2019 | Colorado

Boys and Girls Club Leave No Trace Lesson and Hike

The Boys and Girls Club of La Plata County will be learning an important lesson in Leave No Trace which promotes the idea of being good stewards of the land. After the short lesson, the kids will then be led on a hike to practice these guidelines and enjoy a beautiful day in nature.

Sponsor(s):

Boys and Girls Club

Location:
Boys and Girls Club
2750 Main Ave,Durango,CO,83101


Date & time:
July 12, 2019 - July 12, 2019
9:30am - 11:30am

Full Event Details | Directions

Boys and Girls Club Leave No Trace Lesson and Hike

The Boys and Girls Club of La Plata County will be learning an important lesson in Leave No Trace which promotes the idea of being good stewards of the land. After the short lesson, the kids will then be led on a hike to practice these guidelines and enjoy a beautiful day in nature.

Location:
Boys and Girls Club
2750 Main Ave,Durango,CO,83101


Date & time:
July 12, 2019 - July 12, 2019
9:30am - 11:30am

Colorado
Full Event Details | Directions

07/12/2019

No
July 18, 2021 | Pennsylvania

Bridge the Gap: Pond Paddle at Pocono Environmental Education Center

Join PEEC for a paddle around our ponds! Beginners are welcome - they teach you everything you need to know! Dress appropriately - you may get wet. Call in advance to reserve a boat.

Sponsor(s):

National Park Service
Location:
Pocono Environmental Education Center
538 Emery Rd, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328,Ferry,PA,18328


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
10AM - 12PM

Full Event Details | Directions

Bridge the Gap: Pond Paddle at Pocono Environmental Education Center

Join PEEC for a paddle around our ponds! Beginners are welcome - they teach you everything you need to know! Dress appropriately - you may get wet. Call in advance to reserve a boat.

Location:
Pocono Environmental Education Center
538 Emery Rd, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328,Ferry,PA,18328


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
10AM - 12PM

Pennsylvania
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07/18/2021

Yes
July 19, 2017 | District of Columbia

Bringing National Parks to Columbia Heights Farmers Market

Columbia Heights was one of the first Latino neighborhoods in the District of Columbia. The National Park Service, Latin American Youth Center, and Hispanic Access Foundation have come together to celebrate Latino Conservation Week. We'll have a table at the Farmer's Market where we will have an activity for Junior Rangers to earn badges, we'll be sharing the Park Rx, NPS program in which NPS partners with health care providers and others to reduce chronic disease, increase health, and foster stewardship of our public lands by enabling doctors to educate their patients about healthy recreation and prescribe nature interactions as part of overall healthcare.

Sponsor(s):

Latin American Youth Center, National Park Service, Hispanic Access Foundation
Location:
Columbia Heights Farmer's Market


Date & time:
July 19, 2017 - July 19, 2017
4 pm - 7 pm

Full Event Details | Directions

Bringing National Parks to Columbia Heights Farmers Market

Columbia Heights was one of the first Latino neighborhoods in the District of Columbia. The National Park Service, Latin American Youth Center, and Hispanic Access Foundation have come together to celebrate Latino Conservation Week. We'll have a table at the Farmer's Market where we will have an activity for Junior Rangers to earn badges, we'll be sharing the Park Rx, NPS program in which NPS partners with health care providers and others to reduce chronic disease, increase health, and foster stewardship of our public lands by enabling doctors to educate their patients about healthy recreation and prescribe nature interactions as part of overall healthcare.

Location:
Columbia Heights Farmer's Market


Date & time:
July 19, 2017 - July 19, 2017
4 pm - 7 pm

District of Columbia
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07/19/2017

Yes
July 23, 2019 | Colorado

Brown Girls Climb July Meet-up

We're meeting up in July with our good friends at Earth Treks in Englewood!

Brown Girls Climb has a partnership with Earth Treks, so when you arrive say that you are with the Brown Girls Climb meetup - the one day pass, rental harness, and shoes are all included with a discounted day pass of $17.

What happens at a BGC Meetup? Many wonderful things. Our meet-ups are a space for self-identified women and girls of color to engage in climbing. We also work on skills to help enhance your climbing and climbing experience, while also creating a safe space and building a strong community.

What to expect/Need to know:

-Make sure all Earth Treks and BGC waivers are signed.

-RSVP on the FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/379784429557943/

-Introductions

-Stretching

-CLIMB ON!

-Skill: Celebrate Latino Conservation Week

*non Latinx identifying folks are welcome as well. All ages, abilities, and experiences in climbing are welcome*.

All minors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Please make sure you fill out all waivers beforehand or arrive early to fill it out in person. Everyone who attends our meet-ups must also fill out a BGC waiver and survey. This form helps us provide better care to each one of our participants!

BGC Waiver:https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/w/5b0db22a7b82d/web/?fbclid=IwAR0lyj1whTLDPYSDKJurHYlCayxHpCLZfwc_xggHR8ZUPUPrVywDRwBMpwI

GYM waiver:https://app.rockgympro.com/booking/f/0c0c625b963c46f3a0873e03e2ffa5e5See you all soon!

Sponsor(s):

Colorado Brown Girls Climb

Location:
Earth Treks Englewood
1050 W. Hampden Ave. ,Englewood,CO,80110


Date & time:
July 23, 2019 - July 23, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Brown Girls Climb July Meet-up

We're meeting up in July with our good friends at Earth Treks in Englewood!

Brown Girls Climb has a partnership with Earth Treks, so when you arrive say that you are with the Brown Girls Climb meetup - the one day pass, rental harness, and shoes are all included with a discounted day pass of $17.

What happens at a BGC Meetup? Many wonderful things. Our meet-ups are a space for self-identified women and girls of color to engage in climbing. We also work on skills to help enhance your climbing and climbing experience, while also creating a safe space and building a strong community.

What to expect/Need to know:

-Make sure all Earth Treks and BGC waivers are signed.

-RSVP on the FB invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/379784429557943/

-Introductions

-Stretching

-CLIMB ON!

-Skill: Celebrate Latino Conservation Week

*non Latinx identifying folks are welcome as well. All ages, abilities, and experiences in climbing are welcome*.

All minors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Please make sure you fill out all waivers beforehand or arrive early to fill it out in person. Everyone who attends our meet-ups must also fill out a BGC waiver and survey. This form helps us provide better care to each one of our participants!

BGC Waiver:https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/w/5b0db22a7b82d/web/?fbclid=IwAR0lyj1whTLDPYSDKJurHYlCayxHpCLZfwc_xggHR8ZUPUPrVywDRwBMpwI

GYM waiver:https://app.rockgympro.com/booking/f/0c0c625b963c46f3a0873e03e2ffa5e5See you all soon!

Location:
Earth Treks Englewood
1050 W. Hampden Ave. ,Englewood,CO,80110


Date & time:
July 23, 2019 - July 23, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Colorado
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07/23/2019

Yes
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 21, 2021 | Pennsylvania

Bug Survey Activity with Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha

Refuge staff will be going to visit Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha's campus in Philadelphia and doing some bug programming. We will be bringing out sweep nets, bug boxes, and bug identifying pamphlets so the kids can have an amazing experience looking at bugs up close! 

Sponsor(s):

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha
Location:
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge
8601 Lindbergh Blvd.,Philadelphia,PA,19153


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
12:30PM - 1:30 PM

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Bug Survey Activity with Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha

Refuge staff will be going to visit Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha's campus in Philadelphia and doing some bug programming. We will be bringing out sweep nets, bug boxes, and bug identifying pamphlets so the kids can have an amazing experience looking at bugs up close! 

Location:
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge
8601 Lindbergh Blvd.,Philadelphia,PA,19153


Date & time:
July 21, 2021 - July 21, 2021
12:30PM - 1:30 PM

Pennsylvania
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07/21/2021

No
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 16, 2018 | Maryland

C&O Canal Day

A fun day of outdoor recreation (and a few indoor) activities designed for our latinx Canal For All partner youth groups ages ~10-18+ to celebrate Latino Conservation Week.

Sponsor(s):

C&O Canal Trust,L.L.Bean

Location:
Great Falls
11710 MacArthur Blvd,Potomac,MD,20854


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018
12:00 - 3:00

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C&O Canal Day

A fun day of outdoor recreation (and a few indoor) activities designed for our latinx Canal For All partner youth groups ages ~10-18+ to celebrate Latino Conservation Week.

Location:
Great Falls
11710 MacArthur Blvd,Potomac,MD,20854


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018
12:00 - 3:00

Maryland
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07/16/2018

Yes
July 16, 2021 | Nevada

Cafe con Conchas

ACOMPAÑANOS!!! A una platica con @maketheroadnv y @planevada sobre la celebracion de la semana de conservacion Latinx que es celebrada del 17 al 25 de Julio.

Aprende de que trata esta semana, como crear un espacio MAS inclusivo, y como participar.

@ChispaNV on Facebook Live

Sponsor(s):

Chispa NV

Location:
Facebook
@ChispaNV,N/A,NV,N/A


Date & time:
July 16, 2021 - July 16, 2021
6:00 pm PT - 7:00 pm PT

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Cafe con Conchas

ACOMPAÑANOS!!! A una platica con @maketheroadnv y @planevada sobre la celebracion de la semana de conservacion Latinx que es celebrada del 17 al 25 de Julio.

Aprende de que trata esta semana, como crear un espacio MAS inclusivo, y como participar.

@ChispaNV on Facebook Live

Location:
Facebook
@ChispaNV,N/A,NV,N/A


Date & time:
July 16, 2021 - July 16, 2021
6:00 pm PT - 7:00 pm PT

Nevada
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07/16/2021

Yes
Inperson
July 17, 2019 | Ohio

Camina con comunidad latina

Our friends at the Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park and I personally invite you to be our guests and join us for “Camina con communidad Latinx” on Wednesday July 17th from 12pm to 2pm at Brandywine Falls located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. We guarantee this to be day of fun and relaxation as you experience the beauty of nature within our community and national park! This is a free event and transportation and lunch will be provided. Call us to day to reserve your spot. First come first serve.

Sponsor(s):

Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Location:
Brandywine Falls
8176 Brandywine Rd,Sagamore Hills,,OH,44067


Date & time:
July 17, 2019 - July 17, 2019
12pm - 2pm

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Camina con comunidad latina

Our friends at the Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park and I personally invite you to be our guests and join us for “Camina con communidad Latinx” on Wednesday July 17th from 12pm to 2pm at Brandywine Falls located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park. We guarantee this to be day of fun and relaxation as you experience the beauty of nature within our community and national park! This is a free event and transportation and lunch will be provided. Call us to day to reserve your spot. First come first serve.

Location:
Brandywine Falls
8176 Brandywine Rd,Sagamore Hills,,OH,44067


Date & time:
July 17, 2019 - July 17, 2019
12pm - 2pm

Ohio
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07/17/2019

Yes
July 24, 2021 | California

Caminata bilingüe en Sugar Pine Point SP/ Bilingual hike in Sugar Pine Point SP

El propósito de este evento está dedicado para las familias latinas en una caminata bilingüe guiada a través de un sendero popular en la tierra ancestral de Washoe, también conocida como Sugar Pine Point State Park. Los participantes pueden esperar que este sendero de 2 millas tome aproximadamente 1,5 a 2 horas con la oportunidad de darse un chapuzón en el Lago Tahoe después.

Por favor traiga zapatos para la caminata, mucha agua, bocadillos y un almuerzo, bloqueador solar, sombrero y un cambio de ropa si planea nadar en el lago después de la caminata.

Nos encontraremos en el estacionamiento de Sugar Pine Point State Park a las 9:15 am para comenzar la caminata a las 9:30 am.

Este evento está abierto al público. Hay una tarifa de $10 por vehículo, por día. Los estacionamientos se llenan temprano, entonces les recomendamos compartir vehículos.

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The purpose of this LCW event is to engage Latinx families in a guided bilingual hike through a popular hiking trail on the ancestral home of the Washoe people, also known as Sugar Pine Point State Park. Participants can expect this easy to moderate 2.0 mile trail to take approximately1.5 to 2.0 hours with an opportunity to take a dip in Lake Tahoe afterwards.

Please bring hiking shoes, plenty of water, snacks and lunch, sunblock, hat and a change of clothes if you plan on taking a swim in the lake after the hike. 

We will meet at the Sugar Pine Point parking lot at 9:15am to begin the hike at 9:30am.

This event is open to the public. There is a $10 day use site fee per vehicle. Parking lots fill up early so carpooling is highly recommended!

Sponsor(s):

California State Parks
Location:
Sugar Pine Point State Park
7360 West Lake Blvd,Tahoma,CA,96142


Date & time:
July 24, 2021 - July 24, 2021
9:30 am - 12:00 pm

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Caminata bilingüe en Sugar Pine Point SP/ Bilingual hike in Sugar Pine Point SP

El propósito de este evento está dedicado para las familias latinas en una caminata bilingüe guiada a través de un sendero popular en la tierra ancestral de Washoe, también conocida como Sugar Pine Point State Park. Los participantes pueden esperar que este sendero de 2 millas tome aproximadamente 1,5 a 2 horas con la oportunidad de darse un chapuzón en el Lago Tahoe después.

Por favor traiga zapatos para la caminata, mucha agua, bocadillos y un almuerzo, bloqueador solar, sombrero y un cambio de ropa si planea nadar en el lago después de la caminata.

Nos encontraremos en el estacionamiento de Sugar Pine Point State Park a las 9:15 am para comenzar la caminata a las 9:30 am.

Este evento está abierto al público. Hay una tarifa de $10 por vehículo, por día. Los estacionamientos se llenan temprano, entonces les recomendamos compartir vehículos.

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The purpose of this LCW event is to engage Latinx families in a guided bilingual hike through a popular hiking trail on the ancestral home of the Washoe people, also known as Sugar Pine Point State Park. Participants can expect this easy to moderate 2.0 mile trail to take approximately1.5 to 2.0 hours with an opportunity to take a dip in Lake Tahoe afterwards.

Please bring hiking shoes, plenty of water, snacks and lunch, sunblock, hat and a change of clothes if you plan on taking a swim in the lake after the hike. 

We will meet at the Sugar Pine Point parking lot at 9:15am to begin the hike at 9:30am.

This event is open to the public. There is a $10 day use site fee per vehicle. Parking lots fill up early so carpooling is highly recommended!

Location:
Sugar Pine Point State Park
7360 West Lake Blvd,Tahoma,CA,96142


Date & time:
July 24, 2021 - July 24, 2021
9:30 am - 12:00 pm

California
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07/24/2021

Yes
July 16, 2018 | Maryland

Caminata con las Aves/ Bird walk

Visita Patuxent y aprende sobre las aves que viven en Maryland. Aprende como buscar las aves en el bosque sus canciones y sonidos en esta divertida caminata por el refugio. Binoculares serán proveídos por el refugio. No olvides traer agua, bloqueador solar, y repelente para mosquitos. Para más información y para registrarse llame (301) 497-5768.

Visit Patuxent and learn about the birds that live in the state of Maryland. Learn how to look for birds in the forest their songs and sounds in this fun walk in the refuge. Binoculars will be provided by the refuge. Don’t forget to bring your bottle of water, sunblock, and bug repellent. This event is free but requires registration of participants, to register please call (301) 497-5887.

Sponsor(s):

HAF and USFWS

Location:
National Wildlife Visitor Center at Patuxent Research Refuge
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop,Laurel,MD,20708


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018
9:30 am - 10:30 am

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Caminata con las Aves/ Bird walk

Visita Patuxent y aprende sobre las aves que viven en Maryland. Aprende como buscar las aves en el bosque sus canciones y sonidos en esta divertida caminata por el refugio. Binoculares serán proveídos por el refugio. No olvides traer agua, bloqueador solar, y repelente para mosquitos. Para más información y para registrarse llame (301) 497-5768.

Visit Patuxent and learn about the birds that live in the state of Maryland. Learn how to look for birds in the forest their songs and sounds in this fun walk in the refuge. Binoculars will be provided by the refuge. Don’t forget to bring your bottle of water, sunblock, and bug repellent. This event is free but requires registration of participants, to register please call (301) 497-5887.

Location:
National Wildlife Visitor Center at Patuxent Research Refuge
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop,Laurel,MD,20708


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018
9:30 am - 10:30 am

Maryland
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07/16/2018

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Minnesota

Caminata Familiar con Mujeres Latinas Unidas NM

Únete a nuestra Caminata Familiar con Mujeres Latinas Unidas MN. Un evento para toda la familia.

Registro es necesario:
https://forms.gle/Jp5Few43Xw1mt27B9 

Sponsor(s):

Huellas Latinas, Mujeres Latinas Unidas NM
Location:
Sunnyside Picnic Area
Hyland Lake Park Reserve,Bloomington,MN,55438


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - June 17, 2020
1:00 pm - N/A

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Caminata Familiar con Mujeres Latinas Unidas NM

Únete a nuestra Caminata Familiar con Mujeres Latinas Unidas MN. Un evento para toda la familia.

Registro es necesario:
https://forms.gle/Jp5Few43Xw1mt27B9 

Location:
Sunnyside Picnic Area
Hyland Lake Park Reserve,Bloomington,MN,55438


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - June 17, 2020
1:00 pm - N/A

Minnesota
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07/17/2021

Yes
July 17, 2018 | Maryland

Caminata por la Tarde/Afternoon Hike

Explora el refugio por la tarde. Aprende sobre los animales que viven en el refugio desde lo más grandes hasta los más pequeños frente a frente. No olvides traer agua, bloqueador solar, y repelente para mosquitos. Para más información y para registrarse llame (301) 497-5768.

Explore the refuge during the afternoon. Learn about all the wildlife that lives in the refuge, from the biggest to the smallest. Don’t forget to bring your bottle of water, sunblock, and bug repellent. This event is free but requires registration of participants, to register please call (301) 497-5887.

Sponsor(s):

HAF and USFWS

Location:
National Wildlife Visitor Center at Patuxent Research Refuge
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop,Laurel,MD,20708


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 17, 2018
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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Caminata por la Tarde/Afternoon Hike

Explora el refugio por la tarde. Aprende sobre los animales que viven en el refugio desde lo más grandes hasta los más pequeños frente a frente. No olvides traer agua, bloqueador solar, y repelente para mosquitos. Para más información y para registrarse llame (301) 497-5768.

Explore the refuge during the afternoon. Learn about all the wildlife that lives in the refuge, from the biggest to the smallest. Don’t forget to bring your bottle of water, sunblock, and bug repellent. This event is free but requires registration of participants, to register please call (301) 497-5887.

Location:
National Wildlife Visitor Center at Patuxent Research Refuge
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop,Laurel,MD,20708


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 17, 2018
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Maryland
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07/17/2018

Yes
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

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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
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07/25/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2019 | Maryland

Caminos y Cuentos | Trails & Tales

Cada uno tiene su historia. Usted, yo y hasta la criatura más chiquita y el árbol más enorme. Venga a Meadowside, para una caminata con nuevos amigos, en sol o lluvia. Nos detendremos en el prado para escuchar los cuentos de las naturalistas y contaremos su favorito también. Es un programa de todos idiomas; las experiencias con la naturaleza de todas culturas son bienvenidas.

Each one has its history. You, me and the smallest creature to the biggest tree. Come to Meadowside, rain or sun, for a walk with new friends. We will stop at the ravine or the meadow to listen to a story by a naturalist or your favorite story about nature. This is a multilingual program; all cultures nature stories are welcome

Sponsor(s):

Montgomery Parks

Location:
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane,Rockville,MD,20855


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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Caminos y Cuentos | Trails & Tales

Cada uno tiene su historia. Usted, yo y hasta la criatura más chiquita y el árbol más enorme. Venga a Meadowside, para una caminata con nuevos amigos, en sol o lluvia. Nos detendremos en el prado para escuchar los cuentos de las naturalistas y contaremos su favorito también. Es un programa de todos idiomas; las experiencias con la naturaleza de todas culturas son bienvenidas.

Each one has its history. You, me and the smallest creature to the biggest tree. Come to Meadowside, rain or sun, for a walk with new friends. We will stop at the ravine or the meadow to listen to a story by a naturalist or your favorite story about nature. This is a multilingual program; all cultures nature stories are welcome

Location:
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane,Rockville,MD,20855


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Maryland
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07/20/2019

Yes
July 18, 2017 | Texas

Camp Arrowhead

Kids from 6 to 12 years old are invited to investigate nature, recreation, history and other things that park rangers protect. The 3-day camp will run from 9 am to noon each day on July 18, 19 and 20. Space is limited, so come by the Cultural Center between 10 am and 5 pm any day to fill out a registration form or submit it online at nps.gov/cham/learn/kidsyouth/camp-arrowhead.htm.

Los niños de 6 a 12 años pueden investigar el medioambiente, la recreación, la historia y otros temas que promueven los guardaparques. Este campamento de día corre de las 9 de la mañana a mediodía cada día del 18 al 20 de julio. El cupo es limitado así que visit el Centro Cultural entre las 10 de la mañana y las 5 de la tarde para ingresarse o descargue un formulario de autorización y entréguelo por correo electrónico en la página web: https://www.nps.gov/es-es/cham/learn/kidsyouth/camp-arrowhead.htm

Sponsor(s):

Chamizal National Memorial, National Park Service, Latino Heritage Internship Program
Location:
Chamizal National Memorial
800 S. San Marcial St. ,El Paso ,TX,79905


Date & time:
July 18, 2017 - July 20, 2017
9 am - noon

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Camp Arrowhead

Kids from 6 to 12 years old are invited to investigate nature, recreation, history and other things that park rangers protect. The 3-day camp will run from 9 am to noon each day on July 18, 19 and 20. Space is limited, so come by the Cultural Center between 10 am and 5 pm any day to fill out a registration form or submit it online at nps.gov/cham/learn/kidsyouth/camp-arrowhead.htm.

Los niños de 6 a 12 años pueden investigar el medioambiente, la recreación, la historia y otros temas que promueven los guardaparques. Este campamento de día corre de las 9 de la mañana a mediodía cada día del 18 al 20 de julio. El cupo es limitado así que visit el Centro Cultural entre las 10 de la mañana y las 5 de la tarde para ingresarse o descargue un formulario de autorización y entréguelo por correo electrónico en la página web: https://www.nps.gov/es-es/cham/learn/kidsyouth/camp-arrowhead.htm

Location:
Chamizal National Memorial
800 S. San Marcial St. ,El Paso ,TX,79905


Date & time:
July 18, 2017 - July 20, 2017
9 am - noon

Texas
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07/18/2017

No
July 13, 2018 | Idaho

Campamento Familiar

Families will embark on a three day trip in Idaho to explore the Snake River and Boise National Forest. Through baptisms in the Wild and Scenic River, fishing, camping and hiking activities, families will learn how to enjoy and engage in the proper stewardship of God's creation.

Sponsor(s):

Saron de Rosa, Hispanic Access Foundation

Location:
varied


Date & time:
July 13, 2018 - July 15, 2018
7am - 6pm

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Campamento Familiar

Families will embark on a three day trip in Idaho to explore the Snake River and Boise National Forest. Through baptisms in the Wild and Scenic River, fishing, camping and hiking activities, families will learn how to enjoy and engage in the proper stewardship of God's creation.

Location:
varied


Date & time:
July 13, 2018 - July 15, 2018
7am - 6pm

Idaho
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07/13/2018

No
July 22, 2017 | New Mexico

Camping at Porvenir with s’mores and hot chocolate, and Community Conversation about Hispanic Connections to the Land

Please join us for a fun night of camping with s’mores & hot chocolate (this is open to all, including people who are not spending the night). Participants should bring their own food for dinner & water. Grills and charcoal will be available.

Sponsor(s):

Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting & the Outdoors (HECHO)
Location:
El Porvenir Campground on Hwy 65 -- Look for the HECHO Campsite
15 miles from Las Vegas on Highway 65 and Forest Road 261.,Las Vegas,NM,87701


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 23, 2017
5:00PM - 8:00AM

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Camping at Porvenir with s’mores and hot chocolate, and Community Conversation about Hispanic Connections to the Land

Please join us for a fun night of camping with s’mores & hot chocolate (this is open to all, including people who are not spending the night). Participants should bring their own food for dinner & water. Grills and charcoal will be available.

Location:
El Porvenir Campground on Hwy 65 -- Look for the HECHO Campsite
15 miles from Las Vegas on Highway 65 and Forest Road 261.,Las Vegas,NM,87701


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 23, 2017
5:00PM - 8:00AM

New Mexico
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07/22/2017

Yes
July 12, 2019 | Maryland

Canal Day 2019

The C&O Canal National Historical Park is hosting the second annual Canal Day for the middle school aged youth of Identity, Inc. The Park hopes to inspire conservation and public lands stewardship with a fun and educational day of activities. Groups will rotate through a pollinator workshop, hikes to Great Falls, a bike ride on the towpath, and a bracelet making activity. The participants will have a picnic and get to meet the canal mule.

Sponsor(s):

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park

Location:
C&O Canal National Historical Park -- Great Falls
11710 Macarthur Blvd,Potomac,MD,20854


Date & time:
July 12, 2019 - July 12, 2019
12pm - 4pm

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Canal Day 2019

The C&O Canal National Historical Park is hosting the second annual Canal Day for the middle school aged youth of Identity, Inc. The Park hopes to inspire conservation and public lands stewardship with a fun and educational day of activities. Groups will rotate through a pollinator workshop, hikes to Great Falls, a bike ride on the towpath, and a bracelet making activity. The participants will have a picnic and get to meet the canal mule.

Location:
C&O Canal National Historical Park -- Great Falls
11710 Macarthur Blvd,Potomac,MD,20854


Date & time:
July 12, 2019 - July 12, 2019
12pm - 4pm

Maryland
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07/12/2019

No
July 16, 2018 | Arizona

Canyon Lake Kayaking and Clean up

We are celebrating Latino Conservation Week with a trip to Canyon Lake for a morning of flat-water kayaking, beach games, and swimming, with youth from the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Phoenix and Chispa AZ. We will be cleaning up some trash along the shore of the lake as well to help leave the space in better condition than we find it.

Sponsor(s):

Sierra Club - Our Wild America, Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter, Chispa AZ, and Boys and Girls Club of Greater Phoenix

Location:
Canyon Lake
16802 AZ-88,Apache Junction,AZ,85119


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018
8:30am - 12:00pm

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Canyon Lake Kayaking and Clean up

We are celebrating Latino Conservation Week with a trip to Canyon Lake for a morning of flat-water kayaking, beach games, and swimming, with youth from the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Phoenix and Chispa AZ. We will be cleaning up some trash along the shore of the lake as well to help leave the space in better condition than we find it.

Location:
Canyon Lake
16802 AZ-88,Apache Junction,AZ,85119


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 16, 2018
8:30am - 12:00pm

Arizona
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07/16/2018

No
July 22, 2019 | Arizona

Carne Asada en Mt. Lemmon with Watershed Management Group

Carne asada atop Mt. Lemmon, and discussion of how mountains naturally provide water to the city of Tucson below.

Sponsor(s):

Watershed Management Group, Hispanic Access Foundation, Por La Creacion Faith Based Alliance

Location:
Picnic Area
Mt Lemmon, AZ,Mt Lemmon,AZ,85619


Date & time:
July 22, 2019 - July 22, 2019
11 AM - 3 PM

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Carne Asada en Mt. Lemmon with Watershed Management Group

Carne asada atop Mt. Lemmon, and discussion of how mountains naturally provide water to the city of Tucson below.

Location:
Picnic Area
Mt Lemmon, AZ,Mt Lemmon,AZ,85619


Date & time:
July 22, 2019 - July 22, 2019
11 AM - 3 PM

Arizona
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07/22/2019

No
July 20, 2019 | California

Catch Us! at Salinas River/ Capture una vista de Salinas!

Catch Us! at Salinas River National Wildlife RefugeJoin us in celebrating and wrapping up Latino Conservation Week by learning about Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge. Come get a glimpse of Castroville's neighboring Wildlife Refuge where we will have fun games and activities at Andy Ausonio (Castroville) Library.

Sponsor(s):

U.S Fish and Wildlife Service

Location:
Andy Ausonio Library
11160 Speegle St,Castroville ,CA,95012


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 21, 2019
12 pm - 2 pm

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Catch Us! at Salinas River/ Capture una vista de Salinas!

Catch Us! at Salinas River National Wildlife RefugeJoin us in celebrating and wrapping up Latino Conservation Week by learning about Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge. Come get a glimpse of Castroville's neighboring Wildlife Refuge where we will have fun games and activities at Andy Ausonio (Castroville) Library.

Location:
Andy Ausonio Library
11160 Speegle St,Castroville ,CA,95012


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 21, 2019
12 pm - 2 pm

California
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07/20/2019

Yes
July 20, 2019 | New Jersey

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at Paterson Great Falls!

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park! Join us for a fun afternoon filled with activities like: decorating baseball caps, attend a special Ranger Talk about the history of Negro League Baseball at 12:30PM by the Alexander Hamilton Statue, and go on a Spanish translated tour starting at 2:00PM in the Welcome Center, located at 65 McBride Avenue Extension.

Date: Saturday July 20th, 2019 Time: 12:00PM - 2:30PM Location: Overlook Park, 72 McBride Avenue Extension, Paterson, New Jersey, 07501

Sponsor(s):

Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park

Location:
Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
72 McBride Avenue Extension ,Paterson,NJ,07501


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
12:00PM - 2:30PM

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Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at Paterson Great Falls!

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park! Join us for a fun afternoon filled with activities like: decorating baseball caps, attend a special Ranger Talk about the history of Negro League Baseball at 12:30PM by the Alexander Hamilton Statue, and go on a Spanish translated tour starting at 2:00PM in the Welcome Center, located at 65 McBride Avenue Extension.

Date: Saturday July 20th, 2019 Time: 12:00PM - 2:30PM Location: Overlook Park, 72 McBride Avenue Extension, Paterson, New Jersey, 07501

Location:
Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
72 McBride Avenue Extension ,Paterson,NJ,07501


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
12:00PM - 2:30PM

New Jersey
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07/20/2019

Yes
July 16, 2018 | Arizona

Celebrating Latino Conservation Leaders

Follow along on social media as we feature Latino conservation leaders, their stories, and their connections to the outdoors and stewardship of the land. https://www.facebook.com/hechoonline/

Sponsor(s):

HECHO

Location:
Join us online at HECHO's Facebook Page!
https://www.facebook.com/hechoonline/,All,AZ,N/A


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 20, 2018
12pm PT - 11:59pm

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Celebrating Latino Conservation Leaders

Follow along on social media as we feature Latino conservation leaders, their stories, and their connections to the outdoors and stewardship of the land. https://www.facebook.com/hechoonline/

Location:
Join us online at HECHO's Facebook Page!
https://www.facebook.com/hechoonline/,All,AZ,N/A


Date & time:
July 16, 2018 - July 20, 2018
12pm PT - 11:59pm

Arizona
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07/16/2018

Yes
July 18, 2021 | 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, muy tranquilo. If you have never been there, take this opportunity to check it out. If you are a regular, stop by to chat with our Spanish-speaking ambassadors. 

Sponsor(s):

Orange Audubon Society
Location:
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
2850 Lust Road,Apopka,FL,32703


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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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, muy tranquilo. If you have never been there, take this opportunity to check it out. If you are a regular, stop by to chat with our Spanish-speaking ambassadors. 

Location:
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
2850 Lust Road,Apopka,FL,32703


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Florida
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07/18/2021

Yes
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

Full Event Details | Directions

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
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

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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
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07/23/2020

Yes
Inperson
July 20, 2019 | California

Charla En La Playa

"A community forum and discussion on public lands, conservation, environmental justice, and the Green New Deal." Join local Latinx community leaders to discuss the region’s most pressing environmental issues, explore solutions, and build community. It will be a fun filled beach day spent connecting with our public lands, wellness, and delicious food that includes vegan friendly options.Activities:Familia event Facilitated discussion, Marine life presentation, Bilingual Yoga and Meditation (Bring a mat!), Beach Activities for the kids This is a plastic free event: bring your own cup!

Sponsor(s):

Los Padres ForestWatch Dr. Manuel L. Lopez Garden Food and Water Watch CAUSE UFW Foundation UFCW 770 SEIU 2015 La Casa De La Raza

Location:
Mandalay Beach, Oxnard (Just south of the Embassy Suites) Park on Sunset Ln (free lot), Where sunset Ln intersects Mandalay Beach Rd
Oxnard Shores, Oxnard, CA 93035,Oxnard,CA,93035


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
11am - 2pm

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Charla En La Playa

"A community forum and discussion on public lands, conservation, environmental justice, and the Green New Deal." Join local Latinx community leaders to discuss the region’s most pressing environmental issues, explore solutions, and build community. It will be a fun filled beach day spent connecting with our public lands, wellness, and delicious food that includes vegan friendly options.Activities:Familia event Facilitated discussion, Marine life presentation, Bilingual Yoga and Meditation (Bring a mat!), Beach Activities for the kids This is a plastic free event: bring your own cup!

Location:
Mandalay Beach, Oxnard (Just south of the Embassy Suites) Park on Sunset Ln (free lot), Where sunset Ln intersects Mandalay Beach Rd
Oxnard Shores, Oxnard, CA 93035,Oxnard,CA,93035


Date & time:
July 20, 2019 - July 20, 2019
11am - 2pm

California
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07/20/2019

Yes
July 22, 2017 | Massachusetts

Chelsea Neighborhood Park Hike and Seek Games

Join Outdoors Rx for free summer family fun open to all families with children ages 0-13. Bring your family and friends to PORT Park where we will play nature observation games and then go on a walk to another nearby green space. Outdoors Rx offers free bilingual programs year-round in local urban green spaces to get families spending more time together OUTSIDE. When we spend more time outside, we are healthier, happier, and can connect more with our neighborhood and natural surroundings.

Sponsor(s):

Outdoors Rx, A Free Program of the Appalachian Mountain Club
Location:
PORT Park
99 Marginal Street,Chelsea,MA,02150


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

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Chelsea Neighborhood Park Hike and Seek Games

Join Outdoors Rx for free summer family fun open to all families with children ages 0-13. Bring your family and friends to PORT Park where we will play nature observation games and then go on a walk to another nearby green space. Outdoors Rx offers free bilingual programs year-round in local urban green spaces to get families spending more time together OUTSIDE. When we spend more time outside, we are healthier, happier, and can connect more with our neighborhood and natural surroundings.
Location:
PORT Park
99 Marginal Street,Chelsea,MA,02150


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Massachusetts
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07/22/2017

Yes
July 18, 2017 | New Mexico

Chihuahuan Desert

The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science concerned about environmental issues and as way to promote environmental understanding, during the Latino Week Conservation will be giving tours in the Museum related to their exhibit about The Chihuahuan Desert (this exhibit comprise living animals from the desert), July 18, 19 & 20, at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 1:00, and on Wednesday 19 our curator of living species will give a special class about endangered species of the Chihuahuan Desert at 11:00 am. Please feel free to join us during this week, there is no fee.

Sponsor(s):

Museum of Nature and Science
Location:
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science
411 N. Main St. Las Cruces, NM 88001 575-522-3120,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 18, 2017 - July 20, 2017
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Chihuahuan Desert

The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science concerned about environmental issues and as way to promote environmental understanding, during the Latino Week Conservation will be giving tours in the Museum related to their exhibit about The Chihuahuan Desert (this exhibit comprise living animals from the desert), July 18, 19 & 20, at 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 1:00, and on Wednesday 19 our curator of living species will give a special class about endangered species of the Chihuahuan Desert at 11:00 am. Please feel free to join us during this week, there is no fee.
Location:
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science
411 N. Main St. Las Cruces, NM 88001 575-522-3120,Las Cruces,NM,88001


Date & time:
July 18, 2017 - July 20, 2017
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

New Mexico
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07/18/2017

Yes
July 20, 2017 | Colorado

Cine en el Parque/ Movies at the Park

Una noche de diversión, palomitas GRATIS y una película en el parque para toda la familia.
Bring the family for a evening of FUN, FREE movie and POPOCORN.

Sponsor(s):

El Comercio de Colorado and Hispanic Access Foundation
Location:
Zuni Park
5080 Zuni ,Denver,CO,80221


Date & time:
July 20, 2017 - July 20, 2017
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Cine en el Parque/ Movies at the Park

Una noche de diversión, palomitas GRATIS y una película en el parque para toda la familia.
Bring the family for a evening of FUN, FREE movie and POPOCORN.
Location:
Zuni Park
5080 Zuni ,Denver,CO,80221


Date & time:
July 20, 2017 - July 20, 2017
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Colorado
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07/20/2017

Yes
July 18, 2018 | New Mexico

Clean Buses for Healthy Niños Coalition Rally

This summer, governors from across the country will be meeting at the National Governors Association summer meeting in Santa Fe -- and we’ll be there, too, to remind our state executives that more than 25 million children across the country deserve to breathe clean air as they ride buses to school.

Join the Clean Buses for Healthy Niños coalition as we rally outside the NGA meeting calling on lawmakers to fully fund and implement plans to invest Volkswagen settlement money into zero-emission, electric school buses. Parents, students, activists, and supporters from across the country will be traveling to Santa Fe to share their stories and share with governors why they must act now to ensure our children have healthy futures.

On the way to New Mexico our volunteers and leaders will have the chances to stop and celebrate Latino Conservation week by enjoying the outdoors as our caravans make stops at some of our national parks.

Sponsor(s):

Chispa NV

Location:
various
various,Santa Fe,NM,87501


Date & time:
July 18, 2018 - July 19, 2018
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Clean Buses for Healthy Niños Coalition Rally

This summer, governors from across the country will be meeting at the National Governors Association summer meeting in Santa Fe -- and we’ll be there, too, to remind our state executives that more than 25 million children across the country deserve to breathe clean air as they ride buses to school.

Join the Clean Buses for Healthy Niños coalition as we rally outside the NGA meeting calling on lawmakers to fully fund and implement plans to invest Volkswagen settlement money into zero-emission, electric school buses. Parents, students, activists, and supporters from across the country will be traveling to Santa Fe to share their stories and share with governors why they must act now to ensure our children have healthy futures.

On the way to New Mexico our volunteers and leaders will have the chances to stop and celebrate Latino Conservation week by enjoying the outdoors as our caravans make stops at some of our national parks.

Location:
various
various,Santa Fe,NM,87501


Date & time:
July 18, 2018 - July 19, 2018
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

New Mexico
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07/18/2018

Yes
July 17, 2021 | California

Clean-Up with San Diego River Park Foundation

Join us for a clean-up along the San Diego River! 

River clean-ups are a whole lot of fun but also require a little more a little more 'forca' then your typical beach clean-up.

So are you ready to get a little muddy and maybe a foot wet too? Be sure to join us in celebrating fellow Latinos in the outdoors by participating in our Latino Conservation inspired clean-up! 

When: July 17th (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)

Where: Fashion Valley Mall, San Diego 

To RSVP please email aixa@sandiegoriver.org 

Sponsor(s):

None
Location:
Fashion Valley Mall
RSVP for details ,San Diego ,CA,92108


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2021
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Clean-Up with San Diego River Park Foundation

Join us for a clean-up along the San Diego River! 

River clean-ups are a whole lot of fun but also require a little more a little more 'forca' then your typical beach clean-up.

So are you ready to get a little muddy and maybe a foot wet too? Be sure to join us in celebrating fellow Latinos in the outdoors by participating in our Latino Conservation inspired clean-up! 

When: July 17th (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)

Where: Fashion Valley Mall, San Diego 

To RSVP please email aixa@sandiegoriver.org 

Location:
Fashion Valley Mall
RSVP for details ,San Diego ,CA,92108


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 17, 2021
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

California
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07/17/2021

Yes
July 18, 2021 | Nevada

Cleanup at the Wetlands Park

A number of organizations and phenomenal people are coming together to make sure we can assist in the healing and growth of the few green spaces that Southern Nevada residents have.

We see taking care of the planet being a practice of grounding ourselves, and pursuing stability to our health, households and wallets through the well-being of the environment.

RSVP here: Latinx Conservation Week · Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (mobilize.us)

Un número de organizaciones y gente fenomenal se unirán para asegurarnos de que podamos asistir en sanar y el crecimiento de una de los pocos espacios de naturaleza que tienen los residentes del Sur de Nevada.

Nosotros vemos el cuidar del planeta como una práctica de enseñanza entre comunidad y para alcanzar la estabilidad de nuestra salud, hogar, y carteras a través del bienestar del medio ambiente.

RSVP aquí: Latinx Conservation Week · Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (mobilize.us)

Sponsor(s):

PLAN, Make the Road, Mass Liberation, One APIA, Obodo Collective
Location:
Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89122,Las Vegas,NV,89122


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
9:00am - 12pm

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Cleanup at the Wetlands Park

A number of organizations and phenomenal people are coming together to make sure we can assist in the healing and growth of the few green spaces that Southern Nevada residents have.

We see taking care of the planet being a practice of grounding ourselves, and pursuing stability to our health, households and wallets through the well-being of the environment.

RSVP here: Latinx Conservation Week · Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (mobilize.us)

Un número de organizaciones y gente fenomenal se unirán para asegurarnos de que podamos asistir en sanar y el crecimiento de una de los pocos espacios de naturaleza que tienen los residentes del Sur de Nevada.

Nosotros vemos el cuidar del planeta como una práctica de enseñanza entre comunidad y para alcanzar la estabilidad de nuestra salud, hogar, y carteras a través del bienestar del medio ambiente.

RSVP aquí: Latinx Conservation Week · Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (mobilize.us)

Location:
Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89122,Las Vegas,NV,89122


Date & time:
July 18, 2021 - July 18, 2021
9:00am - 12pm

Nevada
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07/18/2021

Yes
July 17, 2021 | Arizona

Cleanup Your Neighborhood or Local National Forest

Help Hispanic Access Foundation celebrate Latino Conservation Week by cleaning up your neighborhood or local national forest. Pick up trash anytime between July 17th-25th. If participants wish to receive an appreciation package please email Belen.Coronado@usda.gov a photo of your cleanup along with your address. Encourage others to participate by uploading a picture on Instagram using the hashtags #LCWCleanup, #LCW2021, and#LatinoConservationWeek.

Sponsor(s):

US Forest Service, Hispanic Access Foundation, The Outdoor Advocacy Project, Leave No Trace, National Forest Foundation
Location:
Neighborhood or Local National Forest
800 S Sixth St,Williams,AZ,86046


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
12:00am - 11:59pm

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Cleanup Your Neighborhood or Local National Forest

Help Hispanic Access Foundation celebrate Latino Conservation Week by cleaning up your neighborhood or local national forest. Pick up trash anytime between July 17th-25th. If participants wish to receive an appreciation package please email Belen.Coronado@usda.gov a photo of your cleanup along with your address. Encourage others to participate by uploading a picture on Instagram using the hashtags #LCWCleanup, #LCW2021, and#LatinoConservationWeek.

Location:
Neighborhood or Local National Forest
800 S Sixth St,Williams,AZ,86046


Date & time:
July 17, 2021 - July 25, 2021
12:00am - 11:59pm

Arizona
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07/17/2021

Yes
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 22, 2017 | Nevada

Climate Cookout BBQ

Chipsa Nevada and the League of Conservation Voters are teaming up for a Climate Cookout BBQ focusing on the intersectionality of the environmental movement with the Latino community and racial justice.

RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeihnyR2brNeYa9KNEREwXSkoMIqtdZ5vtjAfesEwoX3M2aug/viewform

Sponsor(s):

Chipsa Nevada, The League of Conservation Voters
Location:
Sunset Park
2601 East Sunset Road,Las Vegas,NV,89120


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Climate Cookout BBQ

Chipsa Nevada and the League of Conservation Voters are teaming up for a Climate Cookout BBQ focusing on the intersectionality of the environmental movement with the Latino community and racial justice.

RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeihnyR2brNeYa9KNEREwXSkoMIqtdZ5vtjAfesEwoX3M2aug/viewform
Location:
Sunset Park
2601 East Sunset Road,Las Vegas,NV,89120


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Nevada
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07/22/2017

Yes
July 19, 2019 | Oregon

Climate Justice Leadership Program of Centro Cultural: Kayaking the Tualatin River

On July 19th, members of the Climate Justice Leadership Program of Centro Cultural will enjoy kayaking the Tualatin River by Farmington Paddle Launch while learning about wildlife habitat and native plants.

Sponsor(s):

Metro Parks & Nature; Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District.

Location:
Farmington Paddle
1110 North Adair St,cornelius,OR,97123


Date & time:
July 19, 2019 - July 19, 2019
11:00AM - 2:00PM

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Climate Justice Leadership Program of Centro Cultural: Kayaking the Tualatin River

On July 19th, members of the Climate Justice Leadership Program of Centro Cultural will enjoy kayaking the Tualatin River by Farmington Paddle Launch while learning about wildlife habitat and native plants.

Location:
Farmington Paddle
1110 North Adair St,cornelius,OR,97123


Date & time:
July 19, 2019 - July 19, 2019
11:00AM - 2:00PM

Oregon
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07/19/2019

Yes
July 18, 2019 | Rhode Island

Cobs and Bobbers (Part 1 of a series that will bring kids closer to their natural resources)

We are connecting and building positive relationships between urban youth and the local police department by having police officers teach kids how to fish. Along side the fishing, we will have several different stations that will have activities that will encourage kids to go fishing and enjoy nature after the event. Some of the activities include building a "Soda Can Fishing Reel", "Make Your Own Lures", and "Make Your Own Herbarium".

Sponsor(s):

Providence Police Department, Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, City of Providence Park Department, Providence Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership

Location:
Roger Williams Park
1000 Elmwood Ave,Providence,RI,02907


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
10:00 - 12:00

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Cobs and Bobbers (Part 1 of a series that will bring kids closer to their natural resources)

We are connecting and building positive relationships between urban youth and the local police department by having police officers teach kids how to fish. Along side the fishing, we will have several different stations that will have activities that will encourage kids to go fishing and enjoy nature after the event. Some of the activities include building a "Soda Can Fishing Reel", "Make Your Own Lures", and "Make Your Own Herbarium".

Location:
Roger Williams Park
1000 Elmwood Ave,Providence,RI,02907


Date & time:
July 18, 2019 - July 18, 2019
10:00 - 12:00

Rhode Island
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07/18/2019

Yes
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

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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 | 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 22, 2017 | Arizona

Colorado River Day

Centro de Adoracion will carpool down to Davis Camp, set up camp, hear an informational talk about nature and the importance of taking care of our Colorado river and then play in and along the river.

Sponsor(s):

Centro de Adoracion Familiar
Location:
Davis Camp
2251 AZ-68,Bullhead City,AZ,86429


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
7:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Colorado River Day

Centro de Adoracion will carpool down to Davis Camp, set up camp, hear an informational talk about nature and the importance of taking care of our Colorado river and then play in and along the river.
Location:
Davis Camp
2251 AZ-68,Bullhead City,AZ,86429


Date & time:
July 22, 2017 - July 22, 2017
7:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Arizona
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07/22/2017

Yes
July 17, 2018 | Arizona

Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Milk and Honey. This 14-minute short explores the story of Hispanic farm workers in Yuma, AZ, and their connection with the river that sustains this arid region.

Sponsor(s):

Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, Colorado River State Historic Park

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
11:40 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Milk and Honey. This 14-minute short explores the story of Hispanic farm workers in Yuma, AZ, and their connection with the river that sustains this arid region.

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
11:40 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Arizona
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07/17/2018

Yes
July 17, 2018 | Arizona

Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Milk and Honey. This 14-minute short explores the story of Hispanic farm workers in Yuma, AZ, and their connection with the river that sustains this arid region.

Sponsor(s):

Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, Colorado River State Historic Park

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
2:45 p.m. - 3:05 p.m.

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Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Milk and Honey. This 14-minute short explores the story of Hispanic farm workers in Yuma, AZ, and their connection with the river that sustains this arid region.

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
2:45 p.m. - 3:05 p.m.

Arizona
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07/17/2018

Yes
July 17, 2018 | Arizona

Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Death of a River. This 9-minute short explores the Mexican view of what has happened to the Colorado River, which virtually ends at the U.S.-Mexican border due to the total withdrawal of its waters.

Sponsor(s):

Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, Colorado River State Historic Park

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
12:25 p.m. - 12:35 p.m.

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Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Death of a River. This 9-minute short explores the Mexican view of what has happened to the Colorado River, which virtually ends at the U.S.-Mexican border due to the total withdrawal of its waters.

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
12:25 p.m. - 12:35 p.m.

Arizona
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07/17/2018

Yes
July 17, 2018 | Arizona

Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Death of a River. This 9-minute short explores the Mexican view of what has happened to the Colorado River, which virtually ends at the U.S.-Mexican border due to the total withdrawal of its waters.

Sponsor(s):

Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, Colorado River State Historic Park

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
3:30 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

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Colorado River Theater

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week by learning more about the Colorado River and its life-sustaining waters. The Colorado River State Historic Park will be offering FREE screenings of the short documentary Death of a River. This 9-minute short explores the Mexican view of what has happened to the Colorado River, which virtually ends at the U.S.-Mexican border due to the total withdrawal of its waters.

Location:
Colorado River State Historic Park
201 N. 4th Ave.,Yuma,AZ,85364


Date & time:
July 17, 2018 - July 22, 2018
3:30 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

Arizona
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07/17/2018

Yes