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You may contact us at either of the following addresses or telephone numbers:
La Reserva Forest Foundation
117 E Winston St. #302,
Los Angeles CA 90013
La Reserva Forest Foundation
Telephone (011) 506 8856-2977
U.S. tax deductible nonprofit number EIN# 26-3595528
La Reserva Forest Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax deductible non-profit in the US, volunteer, charitable organization founded in 2005, dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the world’s vital indigenous tropical rain forests.
La Reserva began in 1998 on a 100-acre farm overlooking Lake Arenal, in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
Explore this site
- About Us
- Contact Us
- Earth Charter
- How You Can Help
- Dan’s Forest Photos
- La Reserva in Second Life
- La Reserva Videos
- Nature Desktop Wallpapers
- Nature’s Art
- Radio Show – Climate Change, WE Can Solve It
- Offset Carbon
- 38 Hectares of Valuable Resources
- Educational Reforestation in La Fortuna, Costa Rica
- For The Monkeys, Upala, Costa Rica
- Preserving Rainforest and Education
- Rancho Bienvenido
- Reforesting the Deforestation in Guatuso, Costa Rica
- Restoring Forests in Guatuso, Alajuela, Costa Rica
- Rio Sol Corridor
- Rio Sol, Across the River, Maleku Reserve, Guatuso, Costa Rica
- Save San Luis Forest, Save This Family, Costa Rica
- Roberta’s Forest Blog
- Tropical Rainforest Restoration And Helping You To Be Carbon Neutral
Category Archives: Plant Trees
* I wrote this blog for the Global Warming is Real website in September 2012. RWS My husband, Dan and I came to Costa Rica over 29 years ago because we wanted to have our own farm and couldn’t afford … Continue reading
Yes, we’re doubling down here at LRFF, meaning we have more than twice the amount of trees to plant in 2012 as we did in 2011. With all of the new projects we’ve been scouting and developing since January we … Continue reading
Maybe you’ve been wondering what happened to the updates, it’s been longer than usual. Life, in its exquisite beauty, if one flows with it, has taken my attention away from the normal organizational work and given me an opportunity to … Continue reading
Last March our friend and orchid expert Tyler Kartzinel visited La Reserva looking for one special orchid that he’d seen a photo of on the LRFF website. You may remember the blog I wrote last year entitled “Orchid Speak”. Tyler … Continue reading
This past week Grupo MPD S.A. (Manejo Profesional de Desechos S.A.) was responsible for paying the planting team for this second stage of the Rio Sol Biological Corridor project. They gave all of their clients, more than 250, certificates of … Continue reading
Rootz Underground! If you haven’t heard them make sure you do. A super-talented music group keeping the reggae roots genre alive. Bless and thank you for that.
Since we started this project in 2006, there has been an explosion of wildlife on our place. The property is a little less than 3 hectares, but most of it now is in reforestation, our intention originally being the protection … Continue reading
“Out of necessity, science must remove data from its context in order to study it – but in the end, it’s only the context that gives the data its whole significance or value.” David R Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.
“GREEN provides a cutting-edge educational adventure experience to motivated students excited to explore the world of renewable energy and sustainability.” GREEN LRFF has been partnering with GREEN (global renewable energy education network) for one year now.
There has been nothing but progress here in Costa Rica at LRFF. You’ll be very proud to be part of the synchronistic and accelerating work of this great organization. I’ll recount this story with photos and chronologically.