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HELPING NEIGHBORING
COMMUNITIES

The neighboring communities to our more than 60 natural protected areas are in urgent need of support. The Para la Naturaleza team is already active in the field, helping them clean up roads, clear debris and assess their various rebuilding needs. Our Visitor Centers are becoming hubs to channel this crucial aid to our neighbors in many areas. Following is a partial list of communities we will be impacting in the coming weeks:

Metro-Centro
- Puerta de Tierra
- La Perla
- Barrio Venezuela
- Pueblo de Río Piedras (Blondet y Capetillo)
- Buen Consejo
- Caño Martin Peña
- Taller Salud, Loíza
- Caimito (Centro Zen)

- Centro Sor Isolina Ferré
- Punta Las Marías
- Fund. Luis Muñoz Marín
- Esc. Juan Ponce de León
- Bairoa, Caguas
- Marín Alto, Patillas
- Robleda, Cayey
- Jájome, Cayey

- Lirios Dorado, Juncos
- Fondita de Jesús
- Albergue de niño
- Brigada de la Escasez
- Bo. Burcarabones, Las Marías
- Venus Gardens
- Ciudad Universitaria

Este
- Las Croabas (Fajardo)
- Punta Yegua - Yucae
- El Negro (Yabucoa)
- Vieques
- Culebra - org. Mujeres de Isla
- Daguao - Ceiba
- Esc. Josefina Ferrero
- Río Abajo (APRODEC) - Ceiba

Barranquitas / Aibonito / Naranjito
- Honduras
- El Portón
- Helechal
- Los Llanos
- El Cerro, Naranjito

Manatí
- La Esperanza
- El Cantito - La Luisa
- Montebello

Ponce
- Marueño
- Corral Viejo
- Vallas Torres

Caguas
- Los Panes

Adjuntas
- Pellejas

UPDATES ON
OUR VISITOR CENTERS
AND COMMUNITIES

We’ll be posting the progress of our efforts here. You can also stay in touch with our work through our social media channels. Follow us and help us spread the word!


WE NEED VOLUNTEERS


Your help will be greatly appreciated. As soon as we have the necessary communication and fuel resources available, we will launch our volunteer relief efforts. This is the moment when your solidarity will make a real difference. Join our team of volunteers and be a part of the reconstruction of our Islands and their ecosystems.

Volunteer Now

ABOUT PARA LA NATURALEZA

Para la Naturaleza is a nonprofit organization that integrates society into the conservation of its natural ecosystems. Its goal is to ensure the percentage of protected lands in Puerto Rico is 33% by the year 2033. It provides transformative experiences in nature that inspire and motivate each person and community to take concrete actions for its protection, like donating time, money or land. Besides organizing volunteer and educational events, along with fundraising campaigns, Para la Naturaleza also manages more than 50 natural areas and welcomes the public in visitor centers throughout Puerto Rico, throughout Puerto Rico, such as Hacienda Buena Vista in Ponce, Hacienda La Esperanza in Manatí, and Cabezas de San Juan in Fajardo, among others.