Outdoors

LO February Survey Raffle Prize Rules

Latino Outdoors Prize basket Raffle (Para Español sigua hasta abajo de la pagina.) Latino Outdoors in partnership with University of Wyoming is launching a study to evaluation the Mission Statement and Organizational Efficiency. An on the web survey hyperlink through e-mail will be sent using a Latino Outdoors maintained e mail list-serve and will be shared via two Latino Outdoors social ...

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Public lands should be challenged with equity of access for all

BY MICHAEL J. BEAN AND JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ, OPINION CONTRIBUTORS – 01/12/17 03:40 PM EST This report was  originally published in The Hill.  All through history, our public lands — like national parks, forests, monuments and other areas – have played an essential function as portion of America’s identity. The word public is meant to anxiety the concept of accessibility and connection ...

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¡Estamos Aquí! Opening America’s Public Lands and Green Spaces

By José G. González This write-up was initially published in Huffington Post In their heart of hearts, Latinos are conservationists and environmentalists. Polls show that environmental issues are close to the leading of Latinos’ greatest concerns, and they strongly favor protecting the nation’s public lands. Yet, numbers show only about 1 in 10 national park guests are Hispanic. As we near ...

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Parques Para Todos: Pa’Delante In 2017

It is clear that 2016 was the year of the park. The nation’s treasured spaces celebrated their centennial, raising awareness about the need to preserve our public spaces and expand opportunities to access for all Americans. In California, cities across the state voted to invest in expanding the amount of green space in their communities. We hope that the momentum ...

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Why We Need a National Monument Designation

By Miché Lozano My first go to to the Canyon 18 years old When I turned 18 years old I asked my loved ones to take me to the Grand Canyon for the very first time. I had usually wanted to go to, but despite living in the very same state as the Grand Canyon, traveling was an expense that ...

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Why We Require a National Monument Designation

By Miché Lozano My first visit to the Canyon 18 years old When I turned 18 years old I asked my loved ones to take me to the Grand Canyon for the first time. I had usually wanted to go to, but in spite of living in the very same state as the Grand Canyon, traveling was an expense that ...

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Why We Require a National Monument Designation

By Miché Lozano My 1st visit to the Canyon 18 years old When I turned 18 years old I asked my family to take me to the Grand Canyon for the first time. I had often wanted to go to, but despite living in the exact same state as the Grand Canyon, traveling was an expense that my household could ...

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Why We Require a National Monument Designation

By Miché Lozano My first pay a visit to to the Canyon 18 years old When I turned 18 years old I asked my household to take me to the Grand Canyon for the 1st time. I had often wanted to check out, but in spite of living in the same state as the Grand Canyon, traveling was an expense ...

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Why We Require a National Monument Designation

By Miché Lozano My 1st check out to the Canyon 18 years old When I turned 18 years old I asked my household to take me to the Grand Canyon for the initial time. I had usually wanted to go to, but regardless of living in the very same state as the Grand Canyon, traveling was an expense that my ...

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Why We Want a National Monument Designation

By Miché Lozano My 1st check out to the Canyon 18 years old When I turned 18 years old I asked my family members to take me to the Grand Canyon for the very first time. I had always wanted to visit, but regardless of living in the identical state as the Grand Canyon, traveling was an expense that my ...

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