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Asociación ANAI

Helping the People of Talamanca in Costa Rica, adopt autonomous work to improve the Quality of Life, conserve natural resources and Protect bio-diversity for the future. ANAI runs the Leatherback Sea Turtle Project in Gandoca.
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Apartado 170 (2070) Sabanilla
San Jose ,
Costa Rica
Contact Person: Diego Lynch
Phone: 506-224-3570
Fax: 506-253-7524
E-Mail: anaicr@sol.racsa.co.uk
Website: http://www.fortunecity.com/greenfield/buzzard/366/index.html

Detailed Information:
ANAI´s core beliefs: No contradiction exists between economic development and environmental conservation. Development and conservation must work together to create thriving communities. The best stewards of the tropical lowlands are the campesino and Indian farmers who have dedicated their lives to these lands. All natural tropical areas that are not saved will be radically altered during our lifetime. We work to protect these areas for the future. Within 100 years, the natural forest and other unique primary ecosystems will be Talamanca’s most economically valuable asset. We always require volunteers. Contact Diego Lynch for information.

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