Raise the awareness of the local population regarding the importance of protecting and conserving natural resources and their appropriate use.
Among the activities promoted in educational institutions within the canton and Valle la Estrella as part of the Environmental Education Program are the following:
Every year, a list of schools are selected to participate in the Environmental Education Program that the Talamanca-Caribbean Biological Corridor Association develops.
For 2009, the schools selected were Bocuare and La Colonia located in Valle la Estrella; Suretka and Bernardo Drug (Amubri) located in Bribri Indigenous Territory; Cahuita and Manzanillo in the coastal sector; Carbon I, Dindirí, Patiño, Monteverde and Tuba Creek located in the Carbon River Basin; and the School of Bribri located in the community of the same name. With the schools, activities were carried out such as:
Contact telephone numbers and email address:
Karla Murillo Suárez 2756-8033 / 2756-8136
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