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22 July 2022

GREEN 2.0: Learning About Nature Comes in Many Forms

Growing up, each year, I would look forward to one day out of the whole year. Just one day may sound odd but this day brought me the most joy. It was the only day…
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22 July 2022

COLORADO NEWSLINE: A Step Forward for Environmental Justice in Colorado

This week — July 16-24 — is recognized locally and nationally as Latino Conservation Week.
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22 July 2022

DEFENDERS OF WILDLIFE: New Wildlife Refuge in Southern California Would Promise Equitable Access to Disappearing Nature

If you have ever been to Western Riverside County in Southern California, you might not believe that a plan to create a refuge for wildlife could be possible in this rapidly developing area. Hispanic Access…
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21 July 2022

PATCH: Celebrate Latino Conservation Week at the Santa Monica Mountains

Latino Conservation Week is almost over, but there are still plenty of opportunities to celebrate around Los Angeles.
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21 July 2022

CESAR CHAVEZ FOUNDATION: Latino Conservation Week: An Interview with Andres Chavez

In honor of Latino Conservation Week, we sat down with the National Chavez Center’s (NCC) Executive Director Andres Chavez to learn about the NCC’s role in preserving the legacy of Cesar Chavez and the importance…
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21 July 2022

NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES: Latino Conservation Week

July 14-22 marks Latino Conservation Week, a time to support the Latinx community getting into the outdoors and participating in activities to protect our natural resources. To celebrate this week, we're highlighting four current and…
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