Start Podcast Episode 133: Hispanic Heritage in the Great Outdoors


    The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation Coordinator Antonio Salgado works with many different community groups teach hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation classes in Spanish. But often works most closely with Oregon-based Hunters of Color, a group whose goal is: Fostering a more equitable and inclusive community for hunters. This partnership has already produced several successful hunting workshops, and this National Hispanic Heritage Month, we sat down with Salgado and HOC co-founder Jimmy Flat to talk about their work reaching out to Hispanic and Latino communities to try and increase participation in hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. ‌

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