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Raíces Cultural Center co-founders with Casa Pueblo co-founders and current director.

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Doña Tinti Deyá, co-founder of Casa Pueblo.

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Coffee seedlings for five acres of plantings by Casa Pueblo. The coffee will be farmed and harvested sustainably and available for purchase by visitors to Casa Pueblo as well as local community members. Sales of this coffee help support the…

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Close up of coffee tree leaves on newly planted seedlings in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.

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A baby coffee bush, beginning to take root in the mountains above the pueblo of Adjuntas. The five acres of sustainably farmed and harvested coffee will grow surrounding Radio Casa Pueblo’s solar powered radio transmitter.

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The beginnings of planting five acres of sustainably grown and harvest coffee. This coffee, grown by Casa Pueblo on the land surrounding the solar powered radio transmitter helps Casa Pueblo maintain and sustain itself economically and provide a…

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To the right is the building that houses the batteries and equipment to power their solar powered radio transmissions. To the left are seedlings to be planted across five acres of land for sustainable agriculture, meant to help support the activities…

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Casa Pueblo’s solar powered radio transmitter, up the mountainside from the building holding the solar array and housing the batteries and inverter equipment. This mountainside will soon also be filled with young coffee plants, to be grown and…

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The high mountains of Adjuntas provide the perfect terrain and environment for coffee production. Casa Pueblo will plant five acres of coffee to be grown and harvested sustainably, which will help provide the organization with economic independence…

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Some of the coffee had already been transplanted along the edges of the cleared land.

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These coffee plants will be planted over five acres and grown and harvested using sustainable methods. Sale of the coffee will help fund Casa Pueblo’s programs and help the NGO maintain economic independence.

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On site interviews at the press conference announcing the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico.

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Batteries charged by solar panels on the roof of the building. These power the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico, which broadcasts Radio Casa Pueblo in Adjuntas and parts of Utuado, Puerto Rico

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During the press conference announcing the launch of Casa Pueblo’s solar powered radio transmitter, journalists and guests were invited to visit the solar powered transmitter site and view the equipment used to power the first solar powered radio…

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This small building covered in solar panels serves as a miniature power station for the solar powered radio transmitter that broadcasts Radio Casa Pueblo.

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Casa Pueblo’s solar powered radio transmitter, located in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico. This is the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico and broadcasts Casa Pueblo Radio in Adjuntas and parts of Utuado.

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The view from Casa Pueblo’s solar powered radio transmitter site. This will also be the site of a five-acre sustainable coffee production site.

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Hundreds of coffee plants were donated to Casa Pueblo for planting using sustainable agro-ecological methods. Five acres of coffee plants will be established around the site of the solar radio transmitter for Radio Casa Pueblo. Coffee harvested from…

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Casa Pueblo is the first organization on the island of Puerto Rico to launch its own solar powered radio transmitter to broadcast it’s own radio station, Radio Casa Pueblo. Raíces Cultural Center was invited to witness a historic moment in the steps…

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On January 16, 2018, Casa Pueblo announced the launch of the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico. The transmitter would broadcast locally for Radio Casa Pueblo.

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Co-founder of Casa Pueblo, Doña Tinti Deyá.

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Casa Pueblo director Arturo Massol Deyá speaking at a press conference to announce the launch of the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico.

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Casa Pueblo press conference at the Casa Pueblo home base in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, announcing the launch of the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico.

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The Casa Pueblo crew preparing for a press conference announcing the launch of the first solar powered radio transmitter on the island of Puerto Rico, which will transmit for Radio Casa Pueblo.
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