Our Investments

FCCF invests in a diversified portfolio of forestry companies, community forestry entities and owners of small forests, who focus on the management of secondary and degraded forests, and other entities which support the development of these forests value chains.

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In the Woods

San José, Costa Rica

In the Woods by Fundecor S.A. (“ITW”) was incorporated in October 2019 as the industrial part of the joint venture between Fundecor and FCCF.

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Cooperativa Carmelita

San Andrés, Petén, Guatemala

Cooperative Carmelita has more than 120 years of existence.  The Carmelita Concession limits to the north with…

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Forestal Naj-Ché

Flores, Petén – Guatemala

The project Forestal Naj-Ché was founded as a major contribution to the creation and development of a sustainable forest industry from private and communal owned secondary or degraded forests in the department of “El Petén”…

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Izabal Wood Company

Buenos Aires, Izabal, Guatemala

Izabal Wood Company (IWC) was founded as a response to the relentless destruction of the Atlantic lowland forests in northeastern Guatemala driven by ranching, agribusiness and urban expansion.

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Bluwood Industries

Nandayure, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

BluWood, with the support of OFS, adds economic value to secondary forests and enables new socioeconomic opportunities in rural areas…

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Operaciones Forestales Sostenibles

San José, San José, Costa Rica

FCCF initiated a project in collaboration with Mr. Nestor Baltodano, a local businessman in Costa Rica dedicated to sustainable forest management who represents Sustainable Forest Operations (OFS).

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Simplemente Madera Marketplace S.A.

Managua, Nicaragua – Central America

Simplemente Madera Marketplace S.A. (SMM) was created in 2017 with the aim of developing inclusive value chains for timber derived from secondary and degraded forests in Nicaragua.

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Fundecor Bosques

Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí, Heredia, Costa Rica

CONSERVA association has been created in 1999 to support indigenous women deported because of the armed conflict, from the Selva Locandona area in Chiapas.

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