Restoring recreational areas and protecting nature with the vision of creating Puerto Rico’s North West Ecological & Recreational Corridor. ATTENTION: please excuse our website, we are currently  in the process of updating it. THANK YOU 

At a glance, facts & figures…

“Rescate Playas Borinquen” or Rescuing Borinquen Beaches is  a fully licensed 501(c)3 & 1101.01 nonprofit corporation. We are an eligible candidate to receive Act 20/22/60 donations.

From July 31, 2013~July 31, 2021 we have conducted 516 events/activities, with 4,022 participants, totaling 15,774 contact hours for an overall investment of $309,563.88.

What makes us different from most other environmental organizations is that our group takes things a step further than just “mere” trash collection, education, and conservation. We are actively hands-on, engaged in public placemaking; physical infrastructure repair and restoration of public recreational areas

                                            

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We are driven by the will and empowerment of little actions making incredible changes. We hope that you can find how much difference you can make. Come join us!

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RESCATE DE PLAYAS BORINQUEN IS A COMMUNITY BASED STEWARDSHIP DEDICATED TO THE RESTORATION OF OUR OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL AREAS AND THE PROTECTION OF ITS NATURAL RESOURCES AROUND PUNTA BORINQUEN IN AGUADILLA PUERTO RICO.

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We work around the areas of the Former Air Force Ramey Base which were transferred to the Government of Puerto Rico in 1973 by means of a Grant Deed.

The Grant Deed explicitly protects most of the natural areas (~642 acres) and designates them for public and recreational use. These lands are mainly under the jurisdiction of the Department of Parks and Recreations.

Sadly the area fell into serious decay; abandonment, overgrown fields, illegal dumpsters, hideouts for drug use and other illicit activities. Over the years Rescate Playas Borinquen created a nonprofit  to reclaim these spaces. Our community of volunteers brought back the beauty of Punta Borinquen for the enjoyment of all.

Over eight years of your work has created a place that is accessible, safe and beautiful. We set up a baseline of what is possible and what we can accomplish, yet there is a whole lot more to do.

 

Events

 Community Meeting #62; 6-7PM Oct. 19, 2021  At our office. 191-B Calle 5, Aguadilla PR 00603 (Ramey Community) Oct. 19, 2021

 Restoration of “Nature’s Photo Booth” @ Surfer’s Beach.                                             DATE  Oct. —TBA  

 Community Meeting #63; 6-7PM 6-7PM  Our office. 191-B Calle 5, Aguadilla PR 00603 (Ramey Community) Nov. 16, 2021 

 Refurbishing  of  “Borinquen Trail” @ Borinquen/Ruins.                                             DATE  Nov. —TBA  

COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, public events are scheduled based on government mandates and decrees. All procedures will be followed.