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Puerto Rico Office

State Executive Director

Wanda Perez

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State Office Address

654 Munoz Rivera Ave
654 Plaza Suite 829
San Juan, PR 00918
(787) 294-1613
(855) 415-2494

Welcome to the USDA Puerto Rico Farm Service Agency (FSA) Website

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Our primary mission is to help Puerto Rico farmers and ranchers secure the highest possible financial assistance from USDA programs through accurate, timely and efficient program delivery. The hard working men and women of our FSA county offices are at the forefront of our efforts and remain the primary contact for program participation.

We encourage you to speak with the staff at your local FSA office on how we can be of service.

Our web site can help you learn more about FSA programs and services and help you locate your local FSA Service Center.

Best Wishes,

Puerto Rico Farm Service Agency

Inflation Reduction Act Assistance for Distressed Borrowers 

Since October 2022, USDA has provided approximately $1.5 billion in immediate assistance to more than 24,000 financially distressed direct and guaranteed FSA loan borrowers through the Inflation Reduction Act.  FSA is currently accepting individual requests for assistance from borrowers who took certain extraordinary measures to avoid delinquency on their direct FSA loans, missed a recent installment, or are unable to make their next scheduled installment. 

For more information on eligibility, or to submit a request for assistance, producers can contact their local USDA Service Center or visit farmers.gov/inflation-reduction-investments/assistance

State Committee

Carmen Rullan-Bayron – Committee Chair

Yanice Deynes-Mercado – Regular Member

Jose Mena-Diaz – Regular Member


Farm Labor Stabilization and Protection Pilot Program (FLSP)

            The USDA Farm Labor Stabilization and Protection Pilot Program (FLSP) will award up to $65 million in funding to provide support for agricultural employers in implementing robust labor standards to promote a safe, healthy work environment for both U.S. workers    and workers hired from northern Central American countries under the seasonal H-2A visa program. Interested applicants can access the FLSP Fact Sheet and visit the FLSP website for more information and register for informational webinars under the “Technical Assistance” tab.

            El Programa Piloto de Estabilización y Protección de los Trabajadores Agrícolas (FLSP, por  sus siglas en inglés) del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA, por sus siglas en inglés) otorgará hasta $65 millones en fondos para brindar apoyo a los       patronos agrícolas en la implementación de estándares laborales robustos para promover        un ambiente de trabajo seguro y saludable tanto para los trabajadores estadounidenses como para los trabajadores contratados de los países del norte de Centroamérica bajo el programa de visas H-2A estacionales. Los solicitantes interesados pueden acceder la hoja informativa FLSP Fact Sheet de FLSP y visitar la página web FLSP website para obtener más información y registrase para seminarios informativos virtuales accediendo la pestaña "Technical Assistance”. 

Discrimination Financial Assistance Program

The Discrimination Financial Assistance Program is a new program, authorized by Section 22007(e) of the Inflation Reduction Act, that will provide financial assistance to farmers, ranchers and forest landowners who experienced discrimination in USDA farm lending programs prior to 2021.

Details about the program, including an application and e-filing portal, are available at 22007apply.gov. Applicants can also call the free call center at 1-800-721-0970.

Filing an application is FREE and does not require a lawyer. The application period is open and runs through January 13, 2024.