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.
A home destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico on Sept. 17.
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.