Our dedicated team of Para la Naturaleza staffers and volunteers continued their tireless work this week. The path to rebuild a sustainable Puerto Rico is only beginning.


Ecological agriculture sector to benefit from $500,000 in grants 

Para la Naturaleza, Visit Rico, Foundation for Puerto Rico and PRxPR joined forces to give much-needed aid to local farmers whose operations suffered significant losses after hurricanes Irma and María struck Puerto Rico.

Read more

Para la Naturaleza increases its community support

Through a strategic alliance with Tote Maritime, last week Para la Naturaleza delivered essential supplies to 200 families from the communities Cantito, Las Luisas and La Esperanza. 

Read more

Supplies and water delivered at El Guano and El Negro

This week, Para la Naturaleza distributed supplies and water to the communities near our Inés María Mendonza Natural Reserve, in Yabucoa. Read the story of Toño Morales and his family after Hurricane María.

Read more

Para la Naturaleza offers a workshop on making compost in Ponce community

We started offering educational activities in neighboring communities! Get to know what happened in our Compost Workshop at Marueño, in Ponce.

Read more

$250,000 in grants
for ecological farmers 

200 bags of grocery goods

200 bags of ice

1,251 cases of personal
care products

457 cases of water

29 impacted communities


- Puerta de Tierra, San Juan
- Jájome, Cayey
- El Pueblo, Barranquitas
- Honduras, Barranquitas
- Palo Hincado, Barranquitas
- La Torre, Barranquitas
- Pueblo Indio, Loíza

- Las Croabas, Fajardo
- Puerto Real, Fajardo
- Matuya Bajo, Maunabo
- Monte Carmelo, Vieques
- Villa Esperanza, Vieques
- Parcelas Fortuna, Luquillo
- Sabana, Luquillo
- Punta Santiago, Humacao
- Río Abajo, Ceiba
- Los Hornos, Lajas
- Marueño, Ponce
- Vallas Torres, Ponce
- Pozuelo, Guayama
- Río Cañas, Juana Díaz
- Toa Vaca, Villalba

- Cantito–Parcelas Las Luisa, Manatí
- La Esperanza, Manatí
- Sector Shangai, Manatí
- Sector La Mona, Manatí
- Vaga, Ciales
- La Línea, Ciales
There is still a lot of work to be done! Please spread the word and help in the recovery of our people and ecosystems.