Planet Conservation is a project that promotes organic agriculture and sustainable design practices through art activities and workshops. They are located at Pérez Zeledón but they work in several parts of the country.
Mayra Mejía Fernández, social anthropologist and environmental manager, works there teaching and involving people in programs and campaigns for the environment.
Interest of communities, families and schools for urban agriculture has increased. One of our priorities has always been the approach with children,
They work with children through workshops. their offers are: creative gardens, painting murals, organic vegetable gardens and medicinal plants, agricultural techniques in confined spaces and awareness about the environment. They also offer self-management workshops for schools.
On September 2nd they will hold an activity in school Río Negro to inaugurate the first (of many) vegetable garden.
Planet Conservation has also started three more campaigns: conservation of bees, conservation of sea turtles and educational club on the environment.