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WELCOME TO OUR NEW PROJECT!

WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT?

One of our main goals here in Costa Rica is to nurture wildlife and biodiversity. Due to heavy deforestation - especially in the 60s, 70s, and 80s - to make space for pasture to "produce" beef for export, but also because of intense logging, only 25% of the country was still covered with forest.

Our piece of land was also used as pasture for cows, and we are now trying to regenerate the soil and bring back wildlife driven away by deforestation.

To achieve this, we will plant trees that attract wildlife and help them grow with the best care they can get.

And because we are here in the tropics, plants can thrive all year long. Of course, the best time to plant is during the rainy season, which usually lasts from April to November.

HOW CAN I HELP AND WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?

You can help by supporting us in planting and cultivating more and more trees and plants to attract and feed wildlife and therefore help us protect and increase biodiversity.

Choose between different plants, but also between different ways you can help.

25$

We buy, plant, and care for the tree. And you will get a cute, personalized certificate.

35$

Same as before, and we also make a cool "name stone" that stays with the tree.

60$

All of the before, and we keep you updated here on the website.

And it goes without saying that if you are coming to Costa Rica, you are always welcome to visit and have a look at your tree on our Finca.

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SOUNDS GREAT! WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO?

Down below, you will find the trees you can choose from.

 

There are many trees attracting wildlife here in Costa Rica, but in close coordination with naturalists and biologists, we decided to plant and grow these trees for this project.

Make your choice and contact us so that we can arrange everything!

Image by Wengang Zhai

PAPAYA

Image by Anna Sullivan

SOUR GUAVA

Image by Anton Shuvalov

CASHEW

Image by Anil Xavier

MAMON

Image by Nipanan Lifestyle

COCONUT

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GUARUMO

Image by Anisa Wulan Asri

GUAVA

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ALMOND