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Destino 191, El Yunque del Caribe seeks to support initiatives started by community leaders in Cubuy, Río Blanco, Naguabo to revitalize the PR-191 south corridor and create a distinctive brand for “Destino 191” as an inviting and vibrant tourism destination and the official secondary entrance to El Yunque National Forest.

Destino 191, El Yunque del Caribe seeks to support initiatives started by community leaders in Cubuy, Río Blanco, Naguabo to revitalize the PR-191 south corridor and create a distinctive brand for “Destino 191” as an inviting and vibrant tourism destination and the official secondary entrance to El Yunque National Forest.

This hands-on participatory planning process includes technical assistance and training on community-based tourism, asset-based community development, conservation of natural resources, branding and marketing, civic engagement in public policies, among other topics.

This hands-on participatory planning process includes technical assistance and training on community-based tourism, asset-based community development, conservation of natural resources, branding and marketing, civic engagement in public policies, among other topics.

The co-creation of Cubuy’s rural placemaking plan also involves the execution of a series of small-scale placemaking projects and a final medium-scaled project to redevelop infrastructures, plan the creation of retail spaces for new local businesses, create a visitors center, and design tourism experiences.

The co-creation of Cubuy’s rural placemaking plan also involves the execution of a series of small-scale placemaking projects and a final medium-scaled project to redevelop infrastructures, plan the creation of retail spaces for new local businesses, create a visitors center, and design tourism experiences.

Through Destino 191, El Yunque del Caribe, FPR is facilitating the relations between community leaders and the US Forest Service by strengthening the local administrative capacity  to achieve a more robust participation in the co-management of the Sabana River Recreation Area.

Through Destino 191, El Yunque del Caribe, FPR is facilitating the relations between community leaders and the US Forest Service by strengthening the local administrative capacity  to achieve a more robust participation in the co-management of the Sabana River Recreation Area.

The project will end with the publication of Puerto Rico’s first rural placemaking toolkit to be replicated in other distressed rural communities. 

The project will end with the publication of Puerto Rico’s first rural placemaking toolkit to be replicated in other distressed rural communities. 

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