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Siembra Tres Vidas is a farm on the southern side of the central mountains of Puerto Rico in the town of Aibonito where Daniella Rodriguez grows a variety of vegetables and lettuce, edible flowers, and aromátic herbs.
USDA Caribbean Climate Hub Wood Product Development workshops provided knowledge and technical skills on wood product development that will improve Puerto Rico’s capacity to develop high-value wood products from local resources.
Dr. Nora Alvarez-Berríos is an environmental scientist whose research focuses on drought and hurricanes effects on forests and farmlands and adaptability scenarios for climate change in the Caribbean. The goal of her work is to develop adaptability scenarios…
The video promotes agriculture and illustrates how food production is influenced by the climate through the experiences of Sr. Sapo in his home garden to foster children’s understanding of how the food we eat is connected to sunshine, rain and the soil.