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100 Years of Public Lands: California Desert Centennial Celebrations
September 13, 2016

Flyer/Handout Press Release Article: Desert communities celebrate Article: Discover family connections Article: Anniversary celebrations Article: Involving Latino youth in preserving desert lands…

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California’s Newest Desert Monuments
September 6, 2016

You could call it a monumental achievement: In February 2016, three new national monuments were created, protecting a combined total of…

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Celebrating Latino Conservation Week
September 6, 2016

This week is the third annual Latino Conservation Week, a chance for Latinos all across the country to demonstrate their passion for…

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CELEBRATING LATINO CONSERVATION WEEK NALC AND COFEM INTERCULTURAL ROUNDTABLE
September 6, 2016

This year marks the third annual Latino Conservation Week, an initiative of the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) to harness the Latino…

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New desert monuments offer chances to explore family roots
September 6, 2016

This Saturday marked the start of Latino Conservation Week, a week dedicated to building awareness among Latino communities of the beautiful…

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Latino Conservation Week
Latino Conservation Week is July 16-24
July 16, 2016

HARNESSING THE LATINO PASSION FOR THE OUTDOORS Flyer/Handout Latino Conservation Week: Disfrutando y Conservando Nuestra Tierra is an initiative of Hispanic…

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Joshua Tree National Park
Third Annual Latino Conservation Week Starts Saturday
July 13, 2016

JOSHUA TREE, Calif. – The third annual Latino Conservation Week starts Saturday and runs through July 23, and its backers want…

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Monumental Birdwatching in the California Desert
July 11, 2016

For the past eight years I’ve lived in a four-stoplight town that is a gateway to Joshua Tree National Park. I…

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Mojave Trails by John Dittli
DANIELLE SEGURA: Economic opportunities will grow the desert
July 8, 2016

Tourism is an important part of the regional economy in the American Southwest. The California desert, for example, welcomed more than…

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