Costa Developers SA held a tree-planting event at their Costa Esterillos residential community which was attended by Alexis Madrigal who is the Coordinating Chief of the zone of Parrita for MINAE (National Ministry of Environment and Energy), members from the local government (Parrita Municipality) including the Mayor of the town of Parrita, Gerardo Acuña, Roger Godinez from the Municipal Council, Esterillos' local school, Centro Educativo Esterillos Oeste (students and staff), representatives from La Nación (national newspaper), and employees of Costa Developers.
"Thank you for the great help and support," said Jorge Jorge Flores, COO of Costa Developers SA. "The goal of this project is both to add to the natural beauty of Costa Esterillos and Costa Reserva, as well as provide erosion control and landscape enhancement to the properties. This is truly a labor of love" Flores continued.
Costa Developers SA donated over 1,500 trees including Corteza Amarilla, Guachipelín, Gallinazo, Guayabon, Cristóbal, Roble Sabana, Nazareno, and Cedro Amargo. Costa Developers SA also applauded the dedication of the volunteers; approximately 75 children from Centro Educativo Esterillos Oeste. "Their sweat and enthusiasm made this event a success." The students themselves also benefited as they came away from the event with a greater respect and knowledge of the local forestry.
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