Surveying Puerto Rico’s Historic Places after Hurricane María
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.
If you are the president, you should’ve started a year ago.
The initiative is part of the Hábitat program
Neighbors light the wood-burning stove and sit together to share a meal.
Isla de Culebrita
A communal pot of food at the Torres de Francia complex in San Juan, post-Hurricane Maria.
As the utility on the island continues to fail, new systems of renewables–installed after the storm–are showing what a more resilient grid could look like.
Para la Naturaleza has been working with Puerto Rico community leaders to install solar and water systems.
The community centers are located in Para la Naturaleza partner communities