BENEFITING: FRIENDS OF THE OSA
The Osa Peninsula is home to over 700 tree species, and forest restoration is paramount to keeping this biodiverse region thriving. With this on-going project we hope to plant over 10,000 trees on the Osa Peninsula in order to restore degraded habitats, and to better provide connectivity for Osa’s extreme diversity of tropical fauna. The areas we hope to connect include Corcovado National Park, Piedras Blancas National Park, and the Terraba-Sierpe National Wetlands. These lands are home to many keystone species such as the jaguar, the tapir, and the white-lipped peccary.
With $1000 we would be able to protect and reforest approximately 1 acre of rainforest in this critically diverse and globally significant region. Every tree we plant counts. Plant a tree today for the forest of tomorrow.