VIDEO: A walk through the giant sequoia with Latino Outdoors

Nature video is third in a series through a partnership with Save the Redwoods League

Enjoy the third terrific Explore the Redwoods video from Latino Outdoors, featuring André Sanchez, an outings leader with the organization’s Fresno Region. Here, Sanchez leads a walk through the giant sequoia of Nelder Grove located in the Sierra National Forest. This series is being produced in partnership between the League and Latino Outdoors. See other videos in the series on our blog.

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About the author

Leslie Parra is Outreach Program Manager for Save the Redwoods League. She has garnered significant recognition for her leadership in community civic action, STEM and environmental education, and diversity, equity, and inclusion work over the past 15 years. Her professional calling is to cultivate enrichment programs with multicultural and international perspectives, driven by and in collaboration with communities. During her free time, she loves to go hiking with her partner Eric and their dog Mishqui (which means “sweet” in Quichua, the native language of Ecuador—a place she calls home).

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One Response to “VIDEO: A walk through the giant sequoia with Latino Outdoors”

  1. Ed Mesa

    I’ve spent a good number of years working on hiking trails either maintaining, rerouting, improving or designing them in my earlier years. It’s so refreshing to see the younger generation take interest in the great outdoors. My sincerest compliment to Andre for taking the lead. I’ve lead high school students on numerous hiking projects. At the end of the day, it gave great pleasure to hear them say they want to come back. Hats off to you Andre Sanchez!


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