New agreement to boost joint planning efforts
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — A new international agreement between U.S. National Park Service and Costa Rica’s Sistema Nacional de Areas de Conservacion will step up cooperation for planning, development, management and operation of protected natural parks and cultural sites.
The two agencies will also share information in fire management and control, climate change adaptation, marine protected areas and the development of educational and public information.
National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis and his Costa Rican counterpart, Rafael Gutierrez Rojas, signed the deal this week, formalizing historic conservation partnerships between the two countries. Continue reading “U.S. and Costa Rica parks strengthen conservation ties”