ASANA works with Costa Rica government agencies and local communities, landowners, and the expat community to:

1. Identify, protect, and connect important properties along the length of the Corridor, and supporting the enforcement of current land-use regulations;
2. Mitigate the impacts of major infrastructure projects;
3. Keep our rivers and streams running clean and wild by reducing mining;
4. Reduce the impacts of illegal hunting and other forms of wildlife extraction; and
5. Protect our beaches and coastal habitats from overuse and unsuitable development.

Offices – Hacienda Barú Wildlife Refuge, 2787-0254
500 m north of the Barú River bridge in Dominical.

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