National Park Service to Promote New Outdoor Recreation, Economic Opportunities, and Natural Resource Conservation
“Ay, que rico,” whispers Leonor Alicea. “Oh, so delicious.”
Helping a farmer "feels better than getting an A+," said José Nolla Marrero, 17, founder of the Puerto Rican web venture E-Farm.
Fecha Límite: Domingo, 14 Octubre 2018
PLN is bringing a botanical garden to the students at Juana Colón Public School, their sister organization which has transformed into a Montessori curriculum.
(CNN)A year ago, Hurricane Maria tore into Puerto Rico, obliterating power grids, decimating farms, flattening homes and wrecking the local economy.
September 20 marks the one-year anniversary of the day that Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico as a category 5 storm, leading to more than 3,000 deaths and an estimated $90 billion in damage, according to NBC.
As Puerto Rico recovers from Hurricane Maria -- and Irma -- innkeeper Wanda Acosta amd professor Ruperto Chaparro discuss the economic and environmental impact of the storms on the coast of the island.
The organization All Hands and Hearts - Smart Response also has on-going volunteer efforts on the island, if you have extra time to spare.
If you are the president, you should’ve started a year ago.
Research sites in El Yunque National Forest were offlimits for days after Maria hit on 20 September 2017.
Neighbors light the wood-burning stove and sit together to share a meal.
Ever since Hurricane Maria devastated the island last fall, Jonathan Marvel and his team at Resilient Power Puerto Rico have been sparking a renewables revolution, one community at a time.