Telling our story
Nuestras comunidades, nuestras voces
The way Latinx and Hispanic communities have engaged with land, air, and water is as diverse as our people, and both consumptive and non-consumptive land uses should be honored and respected. As our communities are multilingual and multicultural, the way we enjoy the outdoors is also multifaceted. From fishing, hunting, rafting, climbing, birding, hiking, picnicking, horseback riding or wildlife watching, working the land and gathering leña, we do it all. We want to make sure that those uses are honored, cultivated, and respected, and that our communities tell their own stories. We work to make sure that our authentic voices are heard and lifted up in the conservation and environmental community.