of our future
health is one. Protect it.
Promoting the reforestation of 100,000 trees annually
Supporting our ecological farmers by acquiring local produce boxes for more than 1,000 families
Encouraging the creation of 10 community gardens and providing agroecology workshops
20 micro-grants for the preservation of historical sites
Creating 6 new self-guided trails for hikers
Paths that connect us with nature
Be a part of our massive reforestation effort and restore the islands of Puerto Rico back to health, one tree at a time.
In collaboration with volunteers, communities and allied organizations, we will produce and plant a total of 100,000 trees a year on the islands of Puerto Rico, mitigating heat, cleaning the air, purifying water and healing the soil for the well-being of all species.
Support our reforestation effort of 100,000 trees.
Access to ecological food sources leads to healthier individuals and communities.
Join the creation of a temporary distribution network of locally grown produce for over 1,000 families in Puerto Rico.
Strengthen food and nutritional health, support the agroecological movement.
Healthy soils allow communities to grow food sources of their own.
Support the development of ecological community gardens in 10 communities and a program of digital and in-person workshops on creating agroecological home gardens. Your support also helps improve 33 resiliency centers across the islands.
Improve community health with workshops and agroecological gardens.
The health of our spaces elevates the health of our culture.
Rescue the cultural identity of Puerto Rico and participate in restoring the urban health of the municipalities most affected by recent natural events. Support the restoration of these spaces that hold centuries of knowledge on the adaptation to the Island’s climatic conditions.
Restore cultural and urban health with 20 micro grants for the preservation of historical structures.
Connecting with healthy ecosystems promotes individual health and wellness.
Encourage the hiking culture in Puerto Rico with the creation of six self-guided trails where people can connect with natural protected areas and the species that inhabit them.
Support integral wellness with self-guided trails.
Contact us for more information about the Para la Naturaleza Solidarity Fund or download the PDF.