On July 20, Potomac Riverkeeper Network, USDA Forest Service, Corazón Latino and multiple partners hosted RioPalooza - an event focused on celebrating the river with friends and family. There were loads of activities to participate in ranging from rafting to dancing to a fish petting zoo!
Durante este evento, el cual fue posible gracias a la coordinación de esfuerzos del U.S. Forest Service, Corazón Latino, Potomac Riverkeepers, Hispanic Access Foundation, North Bay Adventure, Park Rx America, Unity Healthcare, Buffalo Soldiers, se realizaron distintas actividades de integración que brindaron a los asistentes nuevas formas de acercarse a la naturaleza y convivir en espacios abiertos.
The Corazón Latino team was sure to make the most of pollinator week this year! With the help of its partners, Corazón Latino was able to highlight the importance of pollinators and engage audiences of all ages. The main events were the Pollinators Under Pressure film premier, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farmers Market, and Sábado Solsticio (Solstice Saturday).
This webinar will kick off the summertime celebration of the 50th Year Anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. “Congress passed this landmark legislation on Oct. 2, 1968, to preserve selected rivers with outstanding natural, cultural, and recreational values in a free-flowing condition for the enjoyment of present and future generations.”
Multicultural Citizen Science and Restoration Event to Educate and Engage Diverse Communities from the DC Metropolitan Area in Forest Health and its connection to Human Health.
This bilingual event will focus on education and monitoring of the Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive species that is killing millions of trees in the US.
Last weekend, Corazón Latino and our partners from the USDA Forest Service, Park Rx America, National Park Trust, and Unity Health Care hosted an overnight trip to NorthBay Adventure Camp. If you’re not familiar with NorthBay, this place is absolutely amazing.
Last Sunday, Corazón Latino, in partnership with the USDA Forest Service, organized a “Reto Descubre el Bosque” (“Discover-the-Forest Challenge”) event at Woodworth Park in Cheverly, MD. This was our opportunity to organize a multi-cultural event around the City Nature Challenge