686 New Mexicans Ask Congressman Steve Pearce to Step Up for Public Lands and Renewable Energy


The Step Up Steve coalition today released a letter to Congressman Steve Pearce from 686 New Mexicans asking him to take specific policy...

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BAKERSFIELD Community Voices: Community Voices: National parks on public lands facing relentless attacks in Washington


National parks and monuments on public lands in our state and across the nation help to define who we are as Californians, and as ...

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TEEN VOGUE: How Latinx Teens are Connecting With Nature at America's National Monuments


In this reported piece, writer Emily Hernandez traveled to New Mexico with Hispanic Access Foundation to the Organ Mountains–Desert...

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Partnership Set to Recruit the U.S. Forest Service’s Next Generation of Stewards


Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) announced a new partnership and the launch of the recruitment...

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THE DEBATE FORUM: With Hurricanes Providing Fresh Examples of Needs, Panel is Asked What Trump Can Do to Foster Environmental Justice

10.20.17 by permission from The Environmental Forum®, Nov/Dec. 2017

Natural disasters and human disasters both...

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THE PRESS ENTERPRISE: Riverside’s Trujillo Adobe among top 10 Latino historical sites needing preservation


Riverside’s Trujillo Adobe is second on a list of the Top 10 Latino historical sites in need of protection in the United States,...

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ARCE: Rep. Bishop’s Bill Would Gut Antiquities Act, Jeopardize Nation’s Public Lands


Following the introduction of Rep. Rob Bishop’s (R-UT) bill H.R. 3990, which would set cap sizes on monuments, give the president...

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