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Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast

Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project

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Based in southern New Mexico, the Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast explores public lands, conservation, and environmental issues from the lens of Latino and Hispanic communities living on the land. A project of the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, our podcast lifts up the voices of Latino communities and Latino leaders in New Mexico and across America to help inspire the next generation of conservation leaders.

Latest Episodes

06 - From ABQ to the Bay - Perspectives from Latino Land Managers

Part of the way that federal land management agencies can better reflect the diversity, stories, and culture of the people of this nation is by hiring people of color to lead their planning, management and engagement efforts. Francisco Valenzuela of the U.S Forest Service (ABQ) and Miguel Marquez of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife (San Francisco) talk about their experiences of working for federal land management agencies, their efforts to engage Latinx youth and communities, and give advice to young Latinx people who want to work in careers in federal land management.

97 MIN7 hours ago
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06 - From ABQ to the Bay - Perspectives from Latino Land Managers

The New Mexico Outdoor Equity Fund

The Outdoor Equity Fund is currently moving through the New Mexico State Legislature, through a joint bill that would create both the New Mexico Office of Outdoor Recreation and the Equity Fund. To put the need for this type of public fund into context, we talk to Xavier Morales, Director of the Praxis Project, who talks about the health impacts and social health determinants of Latinx communities (and more!). We talk to Jose Gonzalez, Founder of Latino Outdoors, who shares with us his story about growing up in Mexico and his transition to the United States. And we talk to Rep. Rubio, who gives us an update on the progress of the fund, navigating the New Mexico State Legislature, and her 300-mile bike ride from Las Cruces to Santa Fe. Press Play!

-1 sJAN 31
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The New Mexico Outdoor Equity Fund

Latinx Outdoor Experiences, Environmentalism and LWCF

On the fourth episode of the Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast, we delve into the outdoor experiences of Latinx border communities, how those outdoor experiences shape Latinx views on environmentalism and conservation, and the need to reauthorize and renew the Land & Water Conservation Fund and its importance to Latinx and immigrant communities. Featured guests on the podcast include Brenda Gallegos, wildlife biologist and associate director of the Friends of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks; Norma Chairez-Hartell, museum curator, Hispanic Access Foundation fellow and founder of Murals of Las Cruces; and Johana Bencomo, director of organizing for New Mexico CAFe.

-1 s2018 OCT 19
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Latinx Outdoor Experiences, Environmentalism and LWCF

Latest Episodes

06 - From ABQ to the Bay - Perspectives from Latino Land Managers

Part of the way that federal land management agencies can better reflect the diversity, stories, and culture of the people of this nation is by hiring people of color to lead their planning, management and engagement efforts. Francisco Valenzuela of the U.S Forest Service (ABQ) and Miguel Marquez of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife (San Francisco) talk about their experiences of working for federal land management agencies, their efforts to engage Latinx youth and communities, and give advice to young Latinx people who want to work in careers in federal land management.

97 MIN7 hours ago
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06 - From ABQ to the Bay - Perspectives from Latino Land Managers

The New Mexico Outdoor Equity Fund

The Outdoor Equity Fund is currently moving through the New Mexico State Legislature, through a joint bill that would create both the New Mexico Office of Outdoor Recreation and the Equity Fund. To put the need for this type of public fund into context, we talk to Xavier Morales, Director of the Praxis Project, who talks about the health impacts and social health determinants of Latinx communities (and more!). We talk to Jose Gonzalez, Founder of Latino Outdoors, who shares with us his story about growing up in Mexico and his transition to the United States. And we talk to Rep. Rubio, who gives us an update on the progress of the fund, navigating the New Mexico State Legislature, and her 300-mile bike ride from Las Cruces to Santa Fe. Press Play!

-1 sJAN 31
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The New Mexico Outdoor Equity Fund

Latinx Outdoor Experiences, Environmentalism and LWCF

On the fourth episode of the Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast, we delve into the outdoor experiences of Latinx border communities, how those outdoor experiences shape Latinx views on environmentalism and conservation, and the need to reauthorize and renew the Land & Water Conservation Fund and its importance to Latinx and immigrant communities. Featured guests on the podcast include Brenda Gallegos, wildlife biologist and associate director of the Friends of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks; Norma Chairez-Hartell, museum curator, Hispanic Access Foundation fellow and founder of Murals of Las Cruces; and Johana Bencomo, director of organizing for New Mexico CAFe.

-1 s2018 OCT 19
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Latinx Outdoor Experiences, Environmentalism and LWCF

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