The Intercultural Roundtable will look at the inter-sectionalism between Latino and Native American conservation efforts, featuring leaders and community members from both groups.

The roundtable will foster a deep conversation around access, inclusion, history and cultural heritage. The 60-90 minute panel will be followed by a one hour reception. This event promises to deepen the relationship between the Latino and Native American communities and explore issues of mutual interest, which will be important for the management of the new national monuments, National Conservation Lands, and the future of conservation in the California Desert. It will truly be an incredibly educational experience for all in attendance.

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