We have deep roots in the West. That's why we care.

We have deep roots in the West. That's why we care.

Although the historical context of Hispanic political influence in Colorado and New Mexico is somewhat unique, the relationship we find between familial connections to land and attitudes toward conservation policy are likely to exist elsewhere.

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Poll: Protect Our Public Lands

Poll: Protect Our Public Lands

The poll found that a staggering 93% of respondents believe that the government should protect public lands for recreation and the overall well-being of the environment. The results make it clear that this connection to the land occurs irrespective of party affiliation, across age demographics, and that public lands are integral to the daily life of Latinos in the southwest for recreation such as hiking, fishing, hunting, or camping.

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HECHO Invites You to a Presentation of its New Poll on Latinos & Conservation

HECHO Invites You to a Presentation of its New Poll on Latinos & Conservation

You are cordially invited to join Latino community leaders, elected officials, and sportsmen for a presentation of HECHO's new poll on Latino views on conservation at the National Press Club. 

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Colorado College Poll: Conservation Is a Key Issue for Latinos

Colorado College Poll: Conservation Is a Key Issue for Latinos

Whether I was surrounded by organ pipe cacti or ponderosa pine, whether there was bare rock underfoot or fertile soil, I realized that every place had provided our ancestors with sustenance and healing. Every place evoked stories. Every place held spiritual value. And sadly, nearly every place was threatened.

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