Blog


02 August 2021

Building Confidence and Becoming a Leader

I’m writing this post a few weeks after my Latino Conservation Week event which happened on July 24th, which I’d say was a pretty big success. For my event I put together a clean-up event…
Read more...
30 July 2021

Latino Conservation Week and Making Awesome Connections!

Our Latino Conservation Week event at the Refuge was a lot of fun! We talked about the different species of pollinators that live at Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge, focusing especially on monarch butterflies. We ended…
Read more...
23 July 2021

My Latino Conservation Week Event

On July 21, 2021, I held my first ever community event for Latino Conservation Week as a Hispanic Access Foundation Community Outreach intern. The event was a park clean up in my local park, Phil…
Read more...
14 July 2021

Operación Polinización and Other Fun Projects

Since my last blog, it’s been an amazing few weeks! I have been very focused on translating fishing, hunting, and refuge information brochures as well as trail signs and reformatting them to have them ready…
Read more...
10 July 2021

Seeing For The First Time

My last few weeks have been focused on a new task- summer camp! John Heinz put on two weeks of summer camp and I was delighted to be part of the team working with those…
Read more...
08 July 2021

A Day at the Beach

For the first month of my internship with US Fish and Wildlife, I will be working closely with MERITO (Multicultural Education for Resources Issues Threatening Oceans). They are doing beach camps for the month of…
Read more...



MANO Project
is an initiative of Hispanic 
Access Foundation.

E: info@hispanicaccess.org
P: (202) 640-4342