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Water Management in Guanacaste: Heading Towards a Sustainable Future?
A study conducted in Guanacaste by Costa Rican and American universities determined that one of the factors that causes intense water-related conflicts in the province is the friction between communities.
New Recycling Center for Nosara Needs Another Big Push
NYIT architecture students traveled to Nosara during July and August to start construction of a much needed recycling center project they designed for the community. Now they need your help to come back in January to finish it.
Surviving a Snakebite: Pain that Even Morphine Wouldn’t Kill
For many people, no creature evokes the kind of disgust and horror that snakes do, and this country has an abundance of slithering serpents known to have deadly dentures.
Hunting for Sport Outlawed in Costa Rica
A new law that prohibits hunting for sport could have a small affect on tourism in the area, according to Norma Rodriguez Garro, in charge of protected areas for MINAET in Nicoya.
Intervention at Tempisque River Due to Abundance of Crocodiles
Both in the Great Tempisque Wetland and at the river mouth, populations of crocodiles (Crocodylus acutus), far from diminishing, have tripled in recent years.
Nosara River and Beach Cleanup Resumes in November
FUPPERNO will be going back to work every third Sunday to pick up trash from both Nosara Beach and the mouth of the Nosara River, according to Javier Hernandez, president of the Nosara Fishermen Foundation (FUPPERNO).