#Stayhome Resources from Latino Outdoors

Latino Outdoors writes, "While sheltering-in-place, we can still practice radical self-love, expand our capacity to foster social inclusion, exercise personal power, and enjoy the growth that comes from stepping outside of our comfort zone, all by engaging in the varied practice of lifelong learning." Check out these free resources from Latino Outdoors.


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