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28 July 2022

HAPPENINGNEXT: Naturaleza y Comunidad

Come learn how to use iNaturalist and participate in conservation anywhere! About this Event Title: Naturaleza y Comunidad: Intro to iNaturalist & Nature ID Where: Springfield Armory National Historic Site When: July 17, 2022, 12…
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28 July 2022

THE CAPE COLLECTION: Hispanic Access Foundation Interns Kick Off Summer With The Service | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

It’s Latino Conservation Week! This week is a chance to celebrate the Latinx community’s commitment to protecting our land and waters, raise awareness on important conservation issues, and empower a new and diverse generation of…
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28 July 2022

ORLANDO SENTINEL: Local Leaders Urge Desantis to Declare Climate Emergency in Florida

Community leaders urged Gov. Ron Desantis Monday to declare a state of climate emergency immediately in Florida citing a recent report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that mentioned Florida is…
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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. Here are just a few…
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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…
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09 March 2018

NATIONAL TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION: From Artwork to Farm Work: Historic Latino Sites in California

The places that represent Latino and Hispanic history are incredibly varied—architecturally, geographically, and in terms of their impact on American society. Some sites were integral to the 20th-century farm workers’ movement, while others represent religious…
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