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28 July 2022

WE LIKE LA: 10 Things to do For This Saturday in L.A. [7-16-2022]

Ok… let’s see about finding you some Saturday to-dos. Below you’ll find our top three picks for today (July 16) in Los Angeles, followed by a bullet list of seven other quick ideas to consider.…
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28 July 2022

SAN ANTONIO CURRENT: Morning Acequia Hike Along San Juan Acequia

As part of Latino Conservation Week, join in for Morning Acequia Hike Along the San Juan Acequia! Saturday, July 16th, from 8am to 11am. Meet at Padre Park- 6515 Padre Dr. San Antonio, Texas 78214.…
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28 July 2022

LOS ALAMOS DAILY POST: National Park Foundation on Latino Conservation Week

National Park Foundation News: It’s the perfect opportunity to explore—either virtually or in-person—one of the many parks that protect and interpret nationally significant places and stories connected with Latino heritage.
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28 July 2022

MONTGOMERY MUNICIPAL CABLE: Celebrate The 9th Annual Latino Conservation Week July 16-24! / ¡Celebre la 9th Semana Anual de la Conservación Latina Del 16 al 24 de Julio!

Montgomery Parks is hosting a series of free special events and programs as part of the 9th Annual Latino Conservation Week, July 16-24, 2022 Watch Valeria Espinoza a Volunteer Service Coordinator at Montgomery Parks talk all…
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28 July 2022

HAPPENINGNEXT: Latino Outdoors NYC | Latino Conservation Week Mega Event

Our MEGA Latino Conservation Week event with TNC ! FREE transportation from Times Square and back, snacks, BBQ party, and swag!
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28 July 2022

HECHO: HECHO Celebrates Latino Conservation Week With The Community

This year’s Latino Conservation Week just came to an end, and the HECHO team is reflecting on all of the events, stories, and people we experienced during this time with our community.  
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