• Tavárez, H. 2021. Using cost-benefit analyses to determine the economic viability of developing recreational opportunities in the Rio Hondo Community Forest of Puerto Rico. McIntire-Stennis, USDA-NIFA, $81,355, Funded
  • Tavárez, H., & Cortés, M. 2020. Consumer attitudes and behavior towards differentiated products in Puerto Rico: An assessment of text, labels and quick response (QR) codes. Hatch, USDA-NIFA, $171,499, Funded
  • Dumas, J., Tavárez, H., Snyder, V., & Ortiz, C. 2018. Conservation Practices on Steeplands to Minimize Runoff and Improve Soil Health. NRCS, USDA, $75,000, Funded
  • Dumas, J., Tavárez, H., Chong, J., Álamo, C., Snyder, V. 2017. Increasing the Resilience of Agroecosystems in Puerto Rico to Climate Change by Combining Soil Conservation and Rainwater Harvesting Practices”, Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, USDA, $1,196,000, Funded
  • Tavárez, H. 2016. The value of ecosystem services and recreational characteristics from urban forests in Puerto Rico. McIntire-Stennis, USDA-NIFA, $101,038, Funded
  • Tavárez, H., Alamo, C., Ortiz, G., & Cortés, M. 2016. Consumer preferences and willingness to pay for differentiated coffee and milk products in Puerto Rico. Hatch – Seed money, USDA-NIFA, $49,661, Funded
  • Tavárez, H., Alamo, C., & Cortés, M. 2016. Willingness to pay for water scarcity eradication and water service attributes in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico Water Resources and Environmental Research Institute, USGS, $55,987, Funded
  • Tavárez, H., L. Elbakidze, & A. Chacón-Cascante. 2014. Alleviating water scarcity in seasonally dry rural Costa Rica: the value of ecosystem service co-benefits from reforestation. Borlaug Foundation, Purdue University, $19,696, Funded
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