The Wildlands Conservancy invites Hispanic community leaders from various organizations for dinner and a tour of Whitewater Preserve to celebrate Hispanic Heritage, and learn about access problems facing the Latino community in Sand to Snow National Monument. This event will help educate and empower Latino community leaders to develop and advocate for equitable solutions.

The discussion will focus on current federal management policies in Whitewater Canyon (outside the Preserve) that inadvertently disadvantage the Latino community, and how Latino leaders can educate and activate their communities, and partner with land managers, to work for improved access.

Dinner will be provided.


Saturday, October 29

Attendance by invitation only.

Contact: Jack Thompson, The Wildlands Conservancy – (760) 325-7222 – jack.t@twc-ca.org


This event is featured as part of a series of California Desert Centennial Celebrations, honoring 100 years of the National Park Service, and raising awareness for the next 100 years of all of our public lands. For more events visit 3monuments.org/centennial.