Costa Rica began to plant trees along the road of 160 kilometers constructed parallel to the border river San Juan, the road has become an international problem led by Nicaragua, official sources said today. However, the place is one of the most unique in terms of nature, and a must see if you plan to have a costa rica ecology tours.
The Ministry of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications (Minaet) said in a statement last weekend that a team of school volunteers planted over 200 trees in the area called Delta Costa Rica, near the border with Nicaragua, where the controversy starts road ballast.
"In compliance with the technical recommendations set out in the Environmental Management Plan (…) began the process of greening by planting over 200 trees in the way Juan Rafael Mora Porras, parallel to the river San Juan," said Minaet.
The start of reforestation with native species such as oak, and kapok cenizaro was conducted by 31 volunteers who were led by officials of the Tortuguero Conservation Area Minaet that you can visit with the best costa rica travel packages, in an area "impacted by agricultural activities," according to the newsletter.
"The Environmental Management Plan aims route reforestation along the way, reinforcement of slopes with vegetation, improvement works for the conservation of soil and adequate water dynamics," the Minaet.
The gravel road is located in Costa Rican territory and connects for the first time in history some 20 villages, home to 2,500 families, who to contact should navigate the San Juan River border, which is of Nicaraguan sovereignty, but in which Costa Rica has certain rights of navigation.
If you want to join the volunteers, you need to know this is the perfect time to do this as the Costa Rica weather is one of the best at the moment.
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