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NEWS / VIDEO: Permaculture, soil and water conservation for climate change adaptation
Category: Agribusiness & Forestry

Image: Puerto Rican landscape. Photo by tpsdave/Pixabay (publid comain).


In this video by the Caribbean Climate Hub farmers discuss soil and water conservation strategies to deal with the effects of climate change in the mountains of Puerto Rico. From choosing drought-tolerant plants to slow terracing, Daniella Rodríguez Besosa explains how she is adapting the Siembra Tres Vidas farm to climate change. 

The video is part of the ADAPTA series, which aims to "educate about climate change effects in the US Caribbean and to provide information of sustainable land management practices that farmers, ranchers and landowners in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands could adopt to build climate change resilience." 

Find the English video transcript here.