The group is utilizing sustainable agroforestry techniques to revitalize their region and tackle food insecurity.
Valeria Gonzalez, 19, votes for the first time, at the Porfiro Brenes school in Moravia, San Jose, on February 4th, 2018.
Ethnographers are working on solutions to help prevent Central American economies from being overtaken by surf tourists. But the real answer may lie in surfing itself.
Behind the devastating crime rates in the region lies an insidious network of political collaboration with violent gangs like MS-13.
Beginning with Quakers arriving in the 1950s, Monteverde has become a distinct conservation community in Central America.