Our Projects, Our Footprint

Community engagement is at the core of our strategy to develop projects that result in education, respect and conservation of our natural resources. We invest heavily in supporting the development of integrated solutions and delivering reliable tools to those who need them most. Discover more about our innovative campaigns below and get in touch to stay up to date regarding our latest efforts.

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Community-based Social Marketing

Tackling Parrotfish Overfishing in Dominican Republic and The Bahamas

Our efforts pertaining to this project involved studying social perceptions to design, implement and evaluate three behavior change parrotfish conservation campaigns in the Dominican Republic (Puerto Plata and Samaná) and The Bahamas (Eleuthera Island). We did these in partnership with the Institute for Socio-Ecological Research and funds from NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program.Project duration: 2016 - 2018. For more information, please access: http://isercaribe.org.


 Salina Los Cobos Conservation Reserve

Making a Difference by Acquiring Ecologically Sensitive Land

In 2015, Alelí Environmental purchased 21 acres of coastal lands in Lajas Puerto Rico for their preservation. Our long-term goals for Salina Los Cobos are to design and establish a self-sustained small-scale ecotourism and aquaculture program focused on coastal resource conservation and sustainability; an internship research program; and a citizen science program to monitor the Monsieur José Bioluminescent Bay, as very little is known about this type of unique ecosystems.


Sustainable Agriculture

Strengthening an agro-ecology program in six schools of south-west and central Puerto Rico

For this project, Alelí Environmental, Inc has partnered with Plenitud PR and six schools from southwest and central Puerto Rico to strengthen and expand their agro-ecology education program. Our team installed an aquaponic system to grow fresh water fish and vegetables. The main sponsor for this project is the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Project duration: 2018 - 2021.