In the aftermath of the hurricane Maria, help WhyHunger provide immediate support to the Boricuá Organization for Ecologic Agriculture of Puerto Rico, a 28-year old farmer-led organization dedicated to rebuilding the island’s food sovereignty and supporting farmers. These farmers and their work represent a critical piece of food production, health and livelihood in Puerto Rico. Rebuilding is essential to their ability to build a resilient source of nutritious food now and into the future.
Your support will go directly to help provide small scale farmers with seeds, tools, food, transportation and other expenses as Boricuá’s brigades – a farmer-to-farmer solidarity practice – travel around the island rebuilding farms and Puerto Rico’s food system from the ground up.
One hundred percent of the donations made through this page will go to support Boricuá Organization for Ecologic Agriculture efforts.
Boricuá is a member of La Via Campesina International and a close ally of the US Food Sovereignty Alliance and WhyHunger.