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Proyek October 18, 2021

Sustainable Farming Revolution in Puerto Rico

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Food is grown at the Armonia en la Montañ farm in Aibonito, Puerto Rico
Food is grown at the Armonia en la Montañ farm in Aibonito, Puerto Rico, on September 15, 2021. The farm is an agroecology non-profit project that distributes the food produced to other non-profits in the area with direct community impact at no cost. Image by Erika P. Rodriguez / Miami Herald. United States, 2021.

Puerto Rico has long imported the majority of its food. But sustainable farmers on the island want to build better agriculture systems that can feed the majority of the population while mitigating the effects of climate change on farming.

Syra Ortiz-Blanes, a reporter at el Nuevo Herald and the Miami Herald through Report for America and a Columbia Journalism School Post-Grad Fellow, visits farms across Puerto Rico to learn about the possibilities and challenges ahead for sustainably-grown food and the people who grow it.

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