Empowering community partners: A case study motivating environmentally sustainable behavioral changes in Latino migrant agricultural families
Environmental sustainability outreach programs can benefit significantly through adaptation that connects to and fosters change within the Spanish speaking community. This article demonstrates a case study in which the authors partnered with a local Latino organization through an undergraduate service-learning project. The goal of this project was to incorporate environmentally sustainable behaviors both with young Latino students in school and with their families at the household level.
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