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The items were delivered by Gloria Berbena and Stephanie Guerra-Smith, from the United States Embassy.
- National System of Conservation Areas photo -


U.S. National Park donates equipment for Costa Rican park rangers





























Published Thursday, April 22, 2021

By the A.M. Costa Rica staff



Indiana Dunes National Park, located in the midwestern state of Indiana, donated personal protective equipment to park rangers in Corcovado National Park, on the Osa Peninsula.

The donation is part of the U.S. National Park Service’s Sister Parks program, established in 2013.

The donated equipment includes:

• Binoculars
• Tripods
• Hammocks
• Flashlights
• Water bottles
• First aid kit
• Books
• Jackets
• Hats
• Cookware
• Solar chargers and cell phone cases
• Solar battery powered radios

The items were delivered by Gloria Berbena and Stephanie Guerra-Smith, from the United States Embassy.



"This donation reflects the shared commitment of the United States and Costa Rica to preserve crucial ecosystems and cultural sites that belong to our citizens," said Berbena, the Embassy’s chargé d'affaires. "This week, we celebrate our national parks, the perfect moment to encourage everyone to discover the diverse natural and cultural heritage of both countries. "

The Costa Rican National System of Conservation Areas and the National Park Service, an agency of the Federal Government, signed the cooperation agreement between the Osa Conservation Wild Zone and the National Parks of the U.S. Midwest to work together in cooperation, support, park rangers training, among other projects, said the National System of Conservation Areas.


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What other donations could the U.S. government make to improve national parks in the country?  We would like to know your thoughts on this story. Send your comments to news@amcostarica.com


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