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27 July 2022

EIN PRESSWIRE: Latino Conservation Week Activities

Pennsylvania Parks and Forests, through partnerships with others, will offer opportunities to learn more about the outdoors during Latino Conservation Week. CAMP HILL, PENNSYLVANIA, THE UNITED STATES, July 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Pennsylvania Parks…
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22 July 2022

THE SACRAMENTO BEE: California Parks Want to Bring More Latino Visitors Outdoors. Here’s Their Plan

Amado Castillo felt privileged every time his parents drove him from their South Central Los Angeles home to visit natural wonders in Yosemite and Sequoia national parks.
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22 July 2022

MOMS CLEAN AIR FORCE: Latino Conservation Week: Moms Fight for Clean Air

Latinos play an important role as stewards of our land, water, and air as it is naturally a part of our culture. During Latino Conservation Week and every week, EcoMadres encourages the Latino community to…
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22 July 2022

NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION: Latino Conservation Week 2022

What is Latino Conservation Week?From July 16 to July 24, communities throughout the country will enjoy and connect with the great outdoors during the 9th annual Latino Conservation Week (LCW), an initiative of the Hispanic…
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22 July 2022

FRONT PAGE LIVE: Conservation Meets Rumba on Capitol Hill

On July 20, four national conservation organizations convened a Congressional Briefing to bring attention to the vagaries of climate change as part of Latino Conservation Week. The event, hosted by Congresswoman Nanette Barragan, and created…
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22 July 2022

SIERRA CLUB: People of Public Lands: Ramon Cruz

In celebration of Latino Conservation Week, today's People of Public Lands feature is Sierra Club President Ramón Cruz. Cruz is an environmental policy and advocacy expert and has served as the president of Sierra Club…
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