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JoseLake With roots in the past, a presence in the present and vision for the future, Latino Outdoors is a network of leaders committed to engaging Latinos/as in the outdoors, connecting familias and youth with nature, and empowering our community of storytellers to explore and share their personal experiences. Our growing online platform allows participants to creatively document their cultural connections to conservation, the environment, and the Great American Outdoors with the world.

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The Outdoors Is A Home Where I Am Me This is a sponsored post in collaboration with REI to support Latino Outdoors’ #VamosCamping & #VamosOutdoors–and invite our community to enjoy our public lands and outdoor spaces. All opinions, thoughts, and musings are my own. -Jose Gonzalez I have often shared that some of my most memorable outdoor experiences have been among the redwoods, from the giants at Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, to the intimate community of Muir Woods National … read more

Media Contacts José González, Latino Outdoors (209) 968-6155 jgonzalez@latinooutdoors.org   Graciela Cabello, Latino Outdoors (510) 484-6613 graciela@latinooutdoors.org   In celebration of the National Parks Centennial, Outdoor Foundation and Kaiser Permanente support organizations connecting people to parks through outdoor recreation. (LOS ANGELES), June 20 – Latino Outdoors is pleased to announce it was one of eight recipients of a $25,000 grant from Outdoor Foundation and Kaiser Permanente. The grant program awarded funding to deserving non-profits from Northern California that help connect … read more

This article originally appeared on Radio Bilingue, Durante un típico domingo costero, de sol y neblina, un grupo de unos 30 adultos y niños latinos comienzan a descender las faldas de la Montaña Tamalpais, en el Parque Nacional Golden Gate. Al frente de los caminantes Lucio González, un mexicano residente de San Rafael y ex-trabajador del parque. Alerta sobre el roble venenoso y enseña las diferentes variedades de flores y plantas. Una de ellas es una planta que la llama … read more