Why we love this project
Fundación Corcovado will plant 8,000 native trees over 4 hectares to connect different patches of the Golfo Dulce Reserve in Southern Costa Rica. This project will create a biological corridor for several species such as the Jaguar, the Puma or the Green Macaw to move freely and thrive.
About the project developer
Since 1992, the Corcovado Foundation has been working towards protecting the natural marvels of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. They have mainly been working towards supporting protected areas, providing environmental education, fostering community development, sustainable tourism, community-based rural tourism, and sea turtle conservation. For this particular project, they are partnering with the Rancho Quemado, a 100% women-owned and managed nursery providing them with all the seeds and seedlings needed for the plantation. The Foundation will also carry out environmental citizenship workshops with local children to foster environmental awareness.
First field visit
First trees planted