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Empowering Conservation with BIOTA's Innovative Fintech Solution

At BIOTA, we deeply understand the vital role of local communities and reputable NGOs in spearheading conservation initiatives. However, we're also acutely aware of the significant funding obstacles these initiatives often encounter, which can limit their potential to bring about widespread, lasting change.

Featured BIOTA Projects

BIOTA Conservation with FUNDECOR

FUNDECOR, a leading Costa Rican NGO, is our MVP partner, bringing 30 years of experience, trust and credibility in sustainable forest management and conservation.

FUNDECOR's deep understanding of the region’s ecosystems and communities enables us to create tailored solutions that address the unique needs of local landowners.

Biological Station LA SELVA

The Selva Biological Station covers an area of ​​1,531 ha, of which 1,492 ha correspond to the very humid tropical forest with an average rainfall of over 4,000 mm per year. It is owned by the Association Organization for Tropical Studies Incorporated, a non-profit association dedicated to research, conservation, and education.
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This farm borders the Braulio Carrillo National Park and operates as a biological corridor that connects the highlands near the Barva Volcano with the lowland forests of the North Atlantic zone of Costa Rica.

The richness of species of La Selva stands out, with more than 2,077 species of plants; 125 species of mammals (72 of them are bats); 470 species of birds; 48 species of amphibians; 87 species of reptiles; 45 species of freshwater fish; and tens of thousands of insects, arachnids and other arthropods (taken from

La Selva, with more than 40 years of research in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, has some of the longest-running datasets in the tropics.


The Lapa Verde Refuge farm is managed by the Ecovida Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the sustainable protection of flora and fauna, through a strategy of protection and restoration of various habitats (lagoons, streams, swamps, bushes, tropical forests) fighting against deforestation, poaching and raising awareness among the local population. Since 2013, this refuge has been recognized by the Costa Rican government as a Private Wildlife Refuge.
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This refuge has a total area of ​​660.8 ha, of which 597 ha corresponds to a very humid tropical forest (both primary and secondary), with an average rainfall of 4000 mm per year.

It is located within the Selva Biological Corridor in San Juan, important for preserving migration routes between ecosystems, in addition to preserving its biodiversity. In this Corridor, there are extensive forests with a large quantity of Mountain Almond (Dipteryx panamensis), an emblematic tree associated with the habitat of the Great Green Macaw (Ara ambigua). A high biological diversity can be found in this area.

TIRIMBINA Biological Reserve

Tirimbina Biological Reserve, is a non-profit organization, established to protect 345 ha. of tropical rain forest that contains a very important representation of the biodiversity of this type of ecosystem. The average rainfall is 4500 mm per year.
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Its main mission is the promotion of scientific research, knowledge transfer and the execution of the Environmental Education program for children and youth of the community of La Virgen de Sarapiquí, where it is located. It also has an ecotourism program, which helps them finance education and research.

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