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Insecticide Found at Nosara River Mouth

By Arianna McKinney

Danger was averted during a river cleanup on Sunday, November 18, when a plastic container of toxic insecticide was found near the mouth of the Nosara River.

About 15 people were participating in the cleanup when one stumbled upon the jar and noticed its red label warning of the highly toxic contents, related Javier Hernandez Jiron, president of the fishing association Asociación de Pescadores Protectores de Especias Rio Nosara (ASOPPERNO, formerly FUPPERNO). 

The label was faded on the deteriorating plastic container of granular Cytrolane 2G. The container itself was still intact with about half of the insecticide inside. Hernandez said he is happy they found the container before it deteriorated more, potentially contaminating the river and ocean. 

 



 

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“Green” Expo Teaches Sustainable Practices While Mixing Cultures

This past Saturday December 9th saw the 2nd year of the Sustainable Nosara Exposition, a gathering of artisans, educators, performers and the community to support and reaffirm sustainable practices and products which make Nosara the Eco-Mecca it has become.

The 5 Most Astonishing Photos of the Monteverde Glass Hopper

They are a breathtaking insight into the complexity of the animal world. The aptly-named glass frog was photographed in the Monteverde cloud forest in Costa Rica by cabin attendant and photographer Nic Reusens.

Sustainable Nosara Expo on Dec. 8 Promotes Involvement

Mark this coming December 8th on your calendar for an afternoon filled with green projects, products and services, because the Sustainable Nosara Expo will be bringing eco-centrist ideas and people to speak, show, and interact at the Del Mar Academy from noon until 5 p.m.

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