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More than a thousand people celebrate the return of Hacienda Buena Vista’s open house


Para la Naturaleza celebrated with its neighboring communities of Corral Viejo, Marueño, and Vallas Torres.

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Youth Group Confirms the Culebrita Lighthouse Still Stands

Participants from the Immersion Workshop by Para la Naturaleza visited the island of Culebrita for the first time

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Para la Naturaleza and Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico partner up


Thanks to a donation from the National Recreation Foundation, these boys and girls will have the opportunity to learn about what causes hurricanes and everything that is necessary for the ecological...

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Discover the nature and history of Old San Juan
Casa Ramón Power y Giralt,
San Juan

See our walled city from a different perspective! In this tour of Old San Juan, we learn how the islet and the San Juan Bay Estuary were before the arrival of the Europeans. We also...

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Thank you for planting with us!

Through Habitat, our new ecological restoration program, we are working to spread our message of conservation, reforest the most impacted areas by the hurricanes and continue supporting the sustainable development of communities

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Helping the Puerto Rican Crested Toad
Cuevas El Convento,
Peñuelas

We thought we had lost this species forever, but it turns out that we can still protect it from extinction.

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Tree nursery maintenance
Vivero de Río Piedras,
San Juan

After the impact of hurricanes Irma and María, we have doubled our commitment to help in the reforestation of our islands.

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College students plant and lift their voices of hope up to the mountains

They bring the joy of music, supplies and help plant trees in our communities!

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The power of the river that transformed coffee
Hacienda Buena Vista, Ponce

The history of Hacienda Buena Vista is linked to the life of the Vives family, their summer residence and what today is the historical site of this natural area.

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