As a child, Delia Jovel Dubón had to flee her home in rural El Salvador. She feels blessed to have found a beautiful new home in WNC. But many immigrants never feel at home, she says. She’s working with Conserving Carolina volunteers to create a place where they can.
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Earl B. Hunter, Jr. of Black Folks Camp Too says that when people can connect around the our love for the outdoors, “We begin to have this harmony, where people can talk around the campfire.” You’re invited to join one of those campfire conversations in this video premiere!