Join us for our Climate Adaptation Workshops this November!

The Caribbean experiences and will experience constant challenges due to climate change. These workshops can facilitate the process of considering the potential effects in a planned way to reduce climate vulnerability and increase the capacity to face impacts such as water scarcity or prolonged flooding given changes in rainfall patterns, decrease in yield or death of biodiversity due to increases in temperatures, landslides, among others. It also promotes that the objectives and practices established for the project comply with the needs and realities of the people who are custodians of the land or work in agriculture.

The workshops last 3 hours, and are aimed at agricultural and forestry technical personnel, educators, farmers and researchers.

Register Here:

If you want to participate in our future workshops, please fill out the following link:
You can also register via call or text at 787-221-7643 (9:00AM-4:00PM)
If you have questions, contact
These workshops are part of the project: Climate Change Adaptation Guides in Caribbean Agriculture and Forests, funded by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS Caribbean Area). We are grateful for the collaboration of the Department of Food, the University of Puerto Rico, Utuado Campus and Dr. Luis A. Rodríguez Cruz for this activity.