WASHINGTON, DC – Thirty-three members of Primaveral Association, a greater DC- metro area Guatemalan Hometown Association, went fishing this past Sunday at Enchanted Pond on the Bureau of Land Management’s Meadowood Special Management Area.
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By: Francisco Hernandez
I joined the U.S. Forest Service Urban Connections team through a stroke of good fortune. The Resource Assistant stationed in Milwaukee before me left to pursue her dream career as a wildlife rehabilitator, leaving an opportunity for me to join the USFS and Hispanic Access Foundation in our effort to connect Latinos to the outdoors.
By: Aurelia Casarrubias
WASHINGTON – On Sunday, Oct. 14, the film “Leche y Miel” (Milk and Honey), produced in partnership with American Rivers, will make its Fourth Annual Official Latino Film and Arts Festival premiere. The festival showcases over 100 short films written, directed and/or produced by U.S.
By: Gabrielle Perez
“Wow! That sounds so cool!” is the usual response I get when I tell people about my internship with the Hispanic Access Foundation and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service. The conversation usually goes something like this:
Person: “What are you doing this summer?”
By: Andrea Kurth
Leadville, CO families celebrated Latino Conservation Week during the Mt. Elbert Family Camping Weekend in July. A coalition of conservation organizations came together to create this opportunity for members of the Leadville community to participate in a multi-generational camping experience and learn the fundamentals of trail building and restoration.
SAN DIEGO – More than 50 San Diego Latino youth and families took rods and reels this past Saturday for a fishing experience on Lake Jennings. The event held by Good Neighbor Project and Hispanic Access Foundation, taught multi-generational families basic fishing instruction, water safety, and hands-on conservation and aquatic stewardship activities.