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OUR PUBLIC LANDS.

Nuestra cultura vive aquí.

 

Welcome to Nuestra Tierra!

Public lands represent the best of America. In New Mexico, our public landscapes and people represent an oasis of authentic, land-based culture with direct and unbroken generational ties going back thousands of years. Across the country, the value of public lands simply can't be measured in profit, nor can their history and importance be written in one history book. For Latino communities across America, our roots are many - our people are multicultural, multinational, and multilingual - and our public lands set the stage for the stories of our past and future. The Nuestra Tierra Conservation Project, a project of the New Mexico Wildlife Federation, aims to tell the stories of Latino communities in New Mexico and across America to help inspire the next generation of conservation leaders.


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THE PODCAST

 
The Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast launches in January 2018 and will feature diverse guests from New Mexico and around the country, all of whom in some way have shown leadership or commitment to move forward the Latino conservation movement in America and across borders. Thanks for tuning in!

The Nuestra Tierra Conservation Podcast launches in January 2018 and will feature diverse guests from New Mexico and around the country, all of whom in some way have shown leadership or commitment to move forward the Latino conservation movement in America and across borders. Thanks for tuning in!


 

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