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Costa Rica Coffee Region Transforms Towards Sustainable Growing

Los Santos, renowned as the heartland of Costa Rican coffee cultivation, is poised for a groundbreaking transformation in its production methods. The initiative, known...

Costa Rica Coffee Farmers Forced to Innovate as Rainfall Plummets

Costa Rican coffee farmers were once blessed with abundant rains but as precipitation grows fickle they are being forced to innovate to keep producing...

Revolutionary Carbon Reduction Project Begins in Costa Rica Coffee

An innovative collaboration between the Center for Advanced Applied Research (CAIA) in Alexandria and the Tropical Agronomic Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) aims...

Top Nicaragua Coffee Exporter Halts Operations Suddenly

The financial closure of the company CISA Exportadora, the main marketer of Nicaraguan coffee, caused concern among local producers and the government, which on...

Costa Rica Coffee Industry Funds Research with NFT Sales 

The Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Centre (CATIE) and the Specialty Coffee Association of Costa Rica (SCACR) have partnered with non-fungible token (NFT)...

Beyond the Bean: Costa Rica’s Coffee Antibiotic Breakthrough

Researchers from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) have shed light on an unexpected potential of a coffee by-product, coffee mucilage. Historically overlooked, this substance...
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Best Time to Watch April Lyrids Meteor Shower in Costa Rica

Those who love astronomical phenomena have an appointment in the early hours of Sunday to Monday, as they will be able to observe the...

Costa Rican Companies Struggle with Low Dollar Exchange Rate

Costa Rican companies had warned on several occasions that keeping the dollar so low was causing many economic problems. They emphasized that without action,...

Costa Rica’s First Indigenous Biocentric Restoration Plan Takes Root

A group of indigenous women, delegates from the Cabecares Kábata Könana Indigenous Women's Association, has been developing the first project of Biocentric Restoration of...