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PARTNERS/COLLABORATORS

Employment

For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 787-457-8803 or fill out the following form.

CONTACT

Head Office
Contact us at: 787-457-8803
Inquiries

P.O. Box 1563 

Yauco,Puerto Rico 00698

To apply/ inquire about a position, internship or volunteering with Protectores de Cuencas, please send a cover letter together with your C.V. to: rviqueira@protectoresdecuencas.org

  • Hydro-seeding

  • ​Pluvial drainage management

  • Best Management Practices workshops for heavy machinery operators

  • ​​Educational workshops for schools and communities

Environmental Consulting
  • Identification and elimination of illegal discharge channels

  • Green infrastructure Installation

  • Assistance to Municipalities and other public agencies in the accomplishment of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)

Green
Infraestructure

SERVICES

  • Development of Integrated Watershed Planning

  • Erosion and Sediment Control

  • Soil stabilization

  • Wetland Restoration

  • Reforestation

Watershed Management

PROJECTS

 

ABOUT

Protectores de Cuencas (PDC) is a community based nonprofit organisation helping to restore and protect watersheds and associated ecosystems such as coral reefs across Puerto Rico. Our scope is island-wide. We maintain a growing network of collaborative interagency level support, both from Puerto Rico’s government agencies, municipal mayors, as well as federal agencies such as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Natural Resource Conservation Service, among others. We have extensive experience implementing conservation practices on agricultural and non-agricultural natural resources, implementing interagency agreements and integrating collaboration and fostering community involvement through all these processes. Our team is charismatic, diverse and passionate about conservation.

 
 
 
 

LEADERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION