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Natasha De La Cruz

Natasha is a rising 3L student studying Environmental Law at Vermont Law and Graduate School (VLGS) where she serves as secretary of the Latinx-American & Caribbean Law Student Association (LALSA) and Student Ambassador. Natasha graduated in 2020 from Florida State University with a bachelor of science degree in Environmental Science. Prior to working with PEER, Natasha has worked with the VLGS Environmental Justice Clinic where she has worked on several cases across the country. In her free time, Natasha loves kayaking, swimming, and hiking.

Op-Ed | San Francisco’s Sewage Agency Also Needs Some Treatment

by | August 31, 2023
San Francisco taxpayers and ratepayers are footing the bill in the fight against tougher sewage controls on its oceanside outlets since 2019 ...

COMMENTARY | DNR Logging Violations on Fisheries and Wildlife Lands

by | August 24, 2023
Minnesota DNR failed to protect the natural resources they have been entrusted to manage, allowing logging to supersede habitat and wildlife ...

Op-Ed | The BLM Is Ignoring Its Most Serious Land-Health Problem

by |
This head-in-the-sand approach to destructive livestock grazing has to stop ...

“P” in PEER Also Stands for Persistent

by | August 15, 2023
Persistence pays off for PEER even in the battle for the skies of national parks ...

COMMENTARY | Is Congress Too Dysfunctional to Fund the National Parks?

by Common Dreams | August 10, 2023
In past decades, America’s best idea was one of the few domestic programs enjoying bipartisan support ...

COMMENTARY | Florida’s Environment – A Native Floridian Perspective

by | August 3, 2023
Florida must take significant steps to promote coastal resiliency and protect all communities against the effects of climate change and water pollution ...
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