Latino Conservation Week is celebrated every third week of July. This event strives to create an inclusive environment in the outdoors for our communidades. We invite you to participate with Friends of Hackmatack NWR by taking a hike on our bilingual self-guided interpretive trail at Turner Tract in Genoa City Wisconsin. Stop by any day this summer to walk the trail and enjoy the refuge using all your senses-sight, hearing, smell, touch. Get Directions >

August 6, 2023
Latino Community & Family Picnic
Food • Music • Hike
1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
13119 Pleasant Valley Rd.
Woodstock, IL  60098

Latino Conservation Week celebrates 10 yearsAmigos y familia quedan invitados a nuestro evento gratuito por Conversación de Conservación para celebrar la comunidad Latina y la parte que toman en la conservación. Friends and family you are cordially invited to our free event by Conversación de Conservación to celebrate the Latino community and the part they play within conservation.

Friends of Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge and our partner organizations invite you to join us on August 6th at this CdeC picnic. Conversación de Conservación (CdeC) is a collaboration between local conservation organizations and Latino community leaders and organizations who are interested in helping local Latinos connect with the many places, projects and opportunities in McHenry County related to conservation and the environment.


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