Equipan 20 hogares en Las Marías con cisternas de lluvia

EL NUEVO DÍA | SÁBADO, 15 DE JUNIO DE 2019

La organización sin fines de lucro Plenitud PR escoge y adiestra a familias del municipio para que no les falta el agua durante futuras emergencias.

Miriam González Lamberti no disimula cuando habla sobre la cisterna de agua de lluvia que tiene en su casa, en el barrio Altosano de este pueblo, hace poco más de tres meses…(lee más)

Llegan a la isla unas viviendas resistentes a los huracanes

EL NUEVO DÍA | SÁBADO, 8 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2018

Utilizan la técnica de la bioconstrucción, de bajo impacto ambiental, para afrontar emergencias.

El paso del huracán María, hace casi un año, significó para Iraida Rivera y Ramón Vázquez la confirmación de que…(lee mas)

Puerto Rico’s Farms Were Wiped Out. Here’s How They’re Bouncing Back

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC | NOVEMBER 7, 2017

Government and grassroots efforts are helping agriculture recover from Hurricane Maria—and emerge stronger than before.

“You could hear chainsaws everywhere,” says Owen Ingley, director of Plenitud Teaching Center, an educational farm in Las Marias Puerto Rico. It was the second day following the most devastating…(read more)

Superadobe in Puerto Rico

CalEarth | OCTOBER 15, 2018

CalEarth alum Owen Ingley took a workshop in 2009 and has been working to promote SuperAdobe in Puerto Rico for the last 8 years. His nonprofit, Plentitud PR, has completed the construction of 3 structures in Puerto Rico, and all of them successfully survived the devastating impact of Hurricane María one year ago. In February 2018 Plenitud PR was granted funding from the Hispanic Federation to teach workshops on Superadobe emergency shelters and build a demonstration house. The work was recently featured on the front page newspaper article in the local newspaper, and they are receiving a lot of interest from local government officials. Keep up the great work Owen! (View)