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23 May 2018

I'm 3 Months into my Hispanic Access Foundation Resource Assistant Fellowship - Here's What I Learned

Before finding the Hispanic Access Foundation and the fellowships they offer through the US Forest Service, I was hopelessly searching for a job like the one I do now. I knew I wanted to help…
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22 May 2018

The Power of Connection

When I found yoga a few years ago, I embarked on a journey, determined to find and establish a secure mind-body connection within myself. Slowly, with each practice, the importance and the power behind fueling…
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19 July 2017

New Haven Connects with Nature

Today, Ivette López, Hispanic Access Foundation Intern, shares her experiences at Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge as she strives to connect communities to the natural world. Over the last few months, I have been…
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19 July 2017

Celebrate Latino Conservation Week

By Kelsey Mackey A passion for conservation is a universal concept shared by people of all countries, cultures, and ethnicities. For many, caring for the environment is motivated by personal experiences and an appreciation for…
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19 July 2017

The internship of opportunities

Hispanic Access Foundation Intern, Kelsey Mackey, does it all through outreach and environmental education with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Be sure to join us all summer as we hear from our interns about…
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17 July 2017

Refuge Reflections

Ariel Martinez, Hispanic Access Foundation Intern, returns for a second summer to fulfill her mission of connecting communities to the outdoors. My name is Ariel Martinez and this is my second summer working on a…
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