WASHINGTON, DC – Hispanic Access Foundation published ads today in the DC market to highlight the impact the Land and Water Conservation Fund has had on Latino and urban communities throughout the United States and emphasizes why Congress needs to permanently reauthorize and fully fund the program before Congress adjourns in December.
By: Maite Arce
While the Strip is what comes to mind for many when they think of Las Vegas, Lake Mead has carved out a nice place in Nevada’s tourism economy.
People visit and have moved to our beautiful state of Colorado for the outdoors and the clean, fresh mountain air that accompanies it. I would love to keep our state beautiful, pristine, and appealing for both visitors and residents.
LOS ANGELES – 94 Latinos from Fontana and Santa Ana, 61 youth and 33 parents from Por la Creación Faith-based Alliance, and a total of over 600 youth attracted by the Dan Hernandez Youth Foundation, took to rods and reels this past Saturday for a freshwater fishing experience at El Dorado Regional Park.
DENVER – Today, the Environmental Protection Agency held its first and only public hearing on the agency’s proposal to weaken the New Source Performance Standards, which have been in place for almost a year and are helping protect communities living near oil and gas development from harmful pollution.
WASHINGTON – Maite Arce, President and CEO of the Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to weaken the New Source Performance Standards, which have been in place and working for almost a year, strong and in effect to protect communities living near oil and gas development from harmful pollution.
By: Edgar Medina
WASHINGTON – Maite Arce, president and CEO of Hispanic Access Foundation, released the following statement in response to a peer-reviewed journal article that raises serious concerns about the Cadiz Water Project, a plan that would send water to Los Angeles and Orange counties by pumping groundwater from underneath a national park, nationa
With only days remaining in the public comment period for the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed rule to eliminate the Clean Power Plan, Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) is calling on Latinos across the nation to give input on this proposed rollback.
Having spent my entire life in California, it would be easy to take our beaches, forests and one of a kind national parks for granted. Especially when you consider that for many of us, we are only two hours or less away from all three landscapes. In a typical day, we could stroll down the coast and then hike into the redwood forest.