Protect your public land heritage and centuries-old Latino traditions

Protect your public land heritage and centuries-old Latino traditions

We cannot take our public land for granted. States, including Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, and New Mexico, are now exploring legislation that would allow sale of land to the highest bidder. Call your legislators and governor today and tell them to preserve our centuries-old tradition of sharing land for the benefit of all communities.

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A Hunter's Happy Thanksgiving

A Hunter's Happy Thanksgiving

As I look back on the season, I am especially thankful for our vast and diverse public lands. Not having been born into wealth, I learned from my father, who was an avid hunter and fisherman, that by virtue of being an American citizen I’ve been included in an inheritance that goes far beyond material wealth.

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HECHO Deputy Director Max Trujillo talks to High Country News

HECHO Deputy Director Max Trujillo talks to High Country News

Max Trujillo caught the conservation bug during childhood summers spent with his father hunting, hiking and camping in the wilderness of northern New Mexico. In the years that followed, Trujillo noticed that many Hispanic families were out enjoying the woods, but they weren’t involved in the mainstream environmental movement....

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