Latino Conservation Alliance: "Loss of LWCF Hurts Environment, Recreation and Multicultural History."
America's Most Important Conservation Program
Expired September 30
Our Congress had the legislation to renew this program in their hands. To protect parks, heritage, and access to fishing and hunting all they had to do was act. Read our statement.
Call your Congressional Representatives now to let them know that you are disappointed that the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) expired and that you want them to save it.
Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting, and the Outdoors (HECHO) is a group for Latinos who value our nation’s public lands. We work to protect our healthy watersheds, clean air and robust wildlife habitats so that we can continue to enjoy and practice centuries-old cultural traditions that depend on these open spaces. From southwestern deserts to northern forestland, Latinos throughout America have a strong connection to our nation's diverse landscapes. We urge our elected and appointed policymakers to safeguard our precious public lands, so that our children can enjoy fishing, hiking, hunting, camping and other outdoor activities for generations to come.