If you’ve been to Costa Rica you’ve undoubtedly been impressed by the abundance of life there. Hopefully you’ve had the opportunity to take a tour through one of the many forested areas and been able to see first hand the fecundity of life. One has to simply listen in the morning hours to hear a multitude of bird song accompanied by the growls of the howler monkeys. A walk in the forest leaves you amazed at the diversity and interconnectedness of life. In stark contrast are the areas that have been deforested, where a single species of grass has taken over and little wildlife finds purchase. This project was created to preserve 93 hectares of primary forest. The landowners live simply and their deepest hope is that financial duress won’t force them into selling lumber or portions of the land itself. Yet they face a critical decision: will they be able to pay for the education that will help their family thrive? Your support can make the difference between their being able to preserve their beautiful forest or their being forced to sell parts of it. Your support can help them achieve their hope of higher education for the youngest family member. Please donate today and be a part of preserving rainforest and education in Costa Rica.
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