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    Mentor to students of color steps down from El Centro

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    January 6, 2020 | When Shirena Trujillo Long started 15 years ago as the coordinator of El Centro de Muchos Colores at Fort Lewis College, she was tasked with helping to recruit and retain Hispanic students, an enormous job for a small center.

    Trujillo Long left El Centro at the end of December, but she plans to continue working on equity and inclusion goals as the director of diversity recruitment for Conservation Legacy, a national organization for the nonprofit focused on conservation service projects. Trujillo Long plans to work out of the nonprofit’s Durango offices.

    Source: Durango Herald • Conservation Legacy

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    The national parks system is falling apart: These diverse service corps can help fix it

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    September 6, 2019 | America’s national park system is getting wilder by the second—and that’s not great news for visitors. This country’s park system is made up of more than 85 million acres of outdoor space. It features pristine forestland, breathtaking canyons, and monumental former battlefields across all 50 states.

    Source: Fast Company • Southeast Conservation Corps • Conservation Legacy • Ancestral Lands

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    Conservation Legacy Announces Appointment of Chief Executive Officer

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    For Immediate Release: Durango, Colorado | November 5, 2018

    The Conservation Legacy Board of Directors today announced the appointment of Susan Cimburek as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.