News & Blogs


16 July 2016

Community Outreach Meets Program Development at John Heinz Refuge

The Service is joining Hispanic Access Foundation in celebrating Latino Conservation Week from July 16-24 as a demonstration of Latino commitment to conservation and the permanent protection of our land, water, and air. Events across…
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16 July 2016

Nia Edwards Ties Baltimore Latinos to Resources at Masonville Cove

In the early 2000s, there was a need to clean up the Baltimore Harbor and dredge material (wood, mud, silt, sand, shell, and debris) from the seafloor. From that project and a robust coalition of…
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29 January 2016

BAY JOURNAL: US Fish and Wildlife Service creates urban internships

In an effort to diversify both the staff and visitors to national wildlife refuges, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has partnered with the Hispanic Access Foundation to fund seven internship positions this summer. The…
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14 December 2015

New partnership invests in jobs for Latino youth at Northeast wildlife refuges

To introduce diverse youth to careers in natural resource conservation, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Hispanic Access Foundation are announcing a new partnership that will hire college students at national wildlife refuges…
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20 March 2015

HAF Announces New Internship Program with National Park Service

Hispanic Access Foundation is pleased to announce its 2015 Latino Heritage Internship Program in partnership with the National Park Service. This program is designed to engage the next generation of conservation stewards and raise awareness…
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