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Native American youth to be tapped for conservation projects
by Susan Montoya Bryan
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14 June 2022
On 14 June 2022 The Associated Press reported:
U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland on Friday [10 June] rolled out guidelines for a new youth service program meant to create job opportunities for Native Americans while boosting their cultural connections to nature through conservation projects on tribal and public land. The mission includes everything from clearing brush to reduce wildfire threats and restore forests to preserving historic sites, helping with archaeological research, and building trails.
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'I want everyone to have that profound connection to the great outdoors that I was gifted, and we can help more people access nature no matter where they're from or what their background,' Haaland said Friday during a call with reporters. 'We will help lift up the next generation of stewards for this Earth.'
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