Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 21, 2020

Latino Conservation Week Webinar and Chat

From Los Padres ForestWatch

Public Lands and Public Health: The Value of Getting Outdoors


The nature and health connection covers an immense number of topics, disciplines, and pathways. In this webinar, we will discuss the intersection of physical and mental health, recreation, and conservation.

Our guest speakers include:
•Ángeles Small- Community Services Coordinator, Logrando Bienestar- Ventura County
•Dr. Alejandro Andrade, Physician, Ventura County Medical Center
•Graciela Cabello, Director of Youth and Community Engagement, Los Padres ForestWatch •Jessica Vargas, Coordinator, Padres Juntos Promoviendo La Educación
•Rae Vargas, LMFT, Santa Babara County Department of Behavioral Wellness

Webinar on Wednesday, July 22, 2020  12pm     Register Here

Instagram Live Chat

Join us for a casual conversation with Latinx Leaders on California’s Central Coast. This session will discuss environmental and conservation work in the region and the barriers, strengths, and opportunities for creating a stronger environmental and conservation movement among the Latinx community.

Our guest speakers include:
•Gloria Sanchez-Arreola, Outreach Coordinator, Wilderness Youth Project
•Ana Rosa Rizo, Senior Organizer, Food and Water Watch/Action
•Lucia Marquez, Policy Advocate, Central Coast United for a Sustainable Economy
•Graciela Cabello, Director of Youth and Community Engagement, Los Padres ForestWatch •Xochitl Clare, Marine Biologist and STEAM Educator, University of California, Santa Barbara

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 6pm     Instagram Handle: @LPForestWatch

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