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Children from the San Francisco de Asís school in the San Miguel community pose with their toys and the welcome poster they made for the company.

MLR Forestal delivers toys to children in neighboring communities to combat school dropouts

This year, toys were delivered to 380 children from schools in six communities, this is a contribution to reduce school dropout
The Christmas Bird Count (CBC) is held annually from December 14 to January 5. These are dates that never change regardless of the day of the week they fall on.

The second Christmas Bird Count organized by MLR Forestal will be held on December 14th

MLR Forestry's first participation in the 2022 Christmas Bird Count was a success: 59 species were listed.
The Christmas Bat Count began in 2012 as an initiative of the Costa Rican Bat Conservation Program and takes place in fields, parks and archaeological sites.

MLR Forestal will participate for the first time in the Christmas Bat Count

This activity is organized by the Program for the Conservation of Bats of Nicaragua (PCMN) and has been carried out for twelve years.
This is the first time that MLR Forestal has been certified for chain of custody (CoC), whose seal is valid for five years from October 2023 to October 2028.

FSC certifies MLR Forestal’s chain of custody of its teak products

The seal guarantees that the company produces in a clean, orderly, optimized manner and taking into account the health and safety of its workers.
A tropical flycatcher, a resident bird of MLR Forestal's territories, captured during monitoring at the MoSI station. All birds were released after being identified, measured and weighed.

MLR Forestal installs the first MoSI station in the Northern Caribbean

Seven species of migratory birds were identified in the MoSI station of MLR Forestal. MoSI es a program of the Institute for Bird Populations
A specimen of the so-called prosperity orchid (Dimerandra emarginata) in the MLR Forestal orchidarium.

MLR Forestal’s Orchids: Environmental Education and Conservation of Natural Heritage

MLR is collecting orchids from its farms in its nursery. When developed, they will be used to instruct students in schools.