News Releases


09 April 2018

New Partnership Trains Next Generation to Share Their Passion for the Outdoors, Stewardship

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) launched its inaugural fellowship training program through its partnership with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) in Denver on March 21. This program, which includes support from specialty outdoor retailer REI, is…
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20 October 2017

Partnership Set to Recruit the U.S. Forest Service’s Next Generation of Stewards

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) announced a new partnership and the launch of the recruitment process for the 2018 U.S. Forest Service Hispanic Access Resource Assistant Fellowship. This fellowship will…
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11 January 2017

Chicano Park’s Landmark Designation Preserves Latino Social History

Today, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell designated San Diego’s Chicano Park, a community hub widely recognized as playing a key role in civil rights efforts by local Latinos, as a National Historic Landmark. “The…
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14 December 2015

New partnership invests in jobs for Latino youth at Northeast wildlife refuges

To introduce diverse youth to careers in natural resource conservation, the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Hispanic Access Foundation are announcing a new partnership that will hire college students at national wildlife refuges…
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20 March 2015

HAF Announces New Internship Program with National Park Service

Hispanic Access Foundation is pleased to announce its 2015 Latino Heritage Internship Program in partnership with the National Park Service. This program is designed to engage the next generation of conservation stewards and raise awareness…
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