By Patrick Nolan / Executive Director, Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks, and Maite Arce / President & CEO, Hispanic Access Foundation
Highlights need for Congress to reauthorize the Fund before it expires at the end of September
By: Camalot Todd
The Land and Water Conservation Fund, which will expire Sept. 30 unless Congress renews it, is responsible for funding more than 300 projects in Nevada including Valley of Fire, Lake Tahoe, Floyd Lamb State Park, Spring Mountain Ranch and more.
The Canyon inside Westfield Valencia Town Center is planning to screen the short film “Land, Water y Comunidad” on Monday evening.
By: Kelly Vera
By: Kellie Lunney
Permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund so far has eluded supporters of the popular, bipartisan program. But as LWCF's current Sept. 30 sunset date approaches, two forces in particular are aligning to make that wish a reality: the calendar and a determined Senate Republican.
By: Óscar Hernández
By: Gabrielle Perez
Highlights Need for Congress to Reauthorize the Fund before It Expires in Sept.
By: Esmeralda Aguilar