Nicaragua: $17 Million for Reforestation

The company Madenica has invested $8.8 million for the reforesting of 2,444 hectares. It will invest another $8.8 million to reach a total of 5,000 hectares.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

The reforestation project is a precursor for the subsequent harvesting and land sale planned by the company, Maderas Preciosas Nicaragua, S.A. (Madenica). The project is being implemented in the municipalities of Rivas, Cárdenas, San Juan del Sur and San Carlos in Río San Juan.

According to, Jaime Mendoza, manager of operations at Madenica, "reported that the project employs about 300 people monthly for positions that are rotated based on sowing needs and the municipalities where the work is conducted."

Madenica expects for the reforestation phase to be completed in 2013.

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