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MLR’s “night cameras” and the new species to be discovered in its forest plantations

The nights and the early mornings, when these species are captured on camera, always present realities that we cannot observe during the day. That is why MLR Forestal has invested in two cameras that have waterproof material, motion sensor and infrared vision that allows them to photograph and videotape mainly large mammals that are species…

Mayangna authorities and MLR Forestal sign agreement for the community and the environment

The agreeement seeks to protect the local ecosystem and promote the development of the Pansuhwas, Mukuswas and Ispayulilna communities, of the Mayangna Arunka Matumbak territory in the North Caribbean Mayangna Communities of the Mayangna Arungka Matumbak Indigenous Territory and MLR Forestal signed a five-year community relations and mutual cooperation agreement where the main objectives are…

The economic potential of forest plantations in Nicaragua

In recent years Nicaragua has taken some steps in the production of wood from plantations. To date, the country has some 36,000 hectares of exotic species; including some 9,000 conservation areas. However, at full potential these areas can increase up to 14 times; because some 500,000 hectares are optimal for establishing forest plantations in Nicaragua.…