Celebrating the life of Frank Wadsworth, a “patriot for nature.”
Hacienda La Esperanza, Manatí
With the goal of planting an additional 680,000 in the next five years
San Juan, Puerto Rico
It will help citizens submit their observations to the Puerto Rico Planning Board’s website
Ecotono combines interviews with audio chronicles and is broadcast on the University of Puerto Rico’s radio station, 89.7 FM.
The Sierra de Cayey, in the southeast corner of Puerto Rico’s Central Mountain Range, houses some of the island’s most important ecosystems. The site is crucial to Puerto Rico’s endemic amphibians and plants, as well as local birds. But expanding agricultural development threatens to destroy the region’s forests. The growing specter of climate change could also upend these fragile, climate-dependent ecosystems.
At the Hacienda La Esperanza Reserve in Manatí, citizen scientists explore the unique plants, animals and ecology.
The program Mapa de Historia (Map of History) received an honorary recognition in the category of Research and Publications
Para la Naturaleza celebrated with its neighboring communities of Corral Viejo, Marueño, and Vallas Torres.
260 children and teenagers will be part of nature conservation activities in 5 of the natural areas managed by Para la Naturaleza
Help us reforest Puerto Rico with native trees!
PLN is bringing a botanical garden to the students at Juana Colón Public School, their sister organization which has transformed into a Montessori curriculum.
The organization All Hands and Hearts - Smart Response also has on-going volunteer efforts on the island, if you have extra time to spare.