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Hub Culture Announces Costa Rica Reserve Project with Holos

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16th Jun 2023

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Hub Culture is investing into property at Holos Global as part of its Ultra Reserve initiative, supporting regenerative reforestation and natural habitat restoration in the context of a long term plan to bring a Hub Culture Nature Pavilion to Costa Rica.

The land purchase consists of a long term financing partnership within Holos Global to begin rewilding and restoration efforts on a 2.65 acre parcel with the Holos project, located in the beautiful Diamante Valley in southern Costa Rica. The area includes a number of eco development and regenerative projects. The 200 acre site has been largely used for cattle farming over the last couple of generations, but contains enormous capacity for ecological restoration and regenerative rewilding. The Hub Culture parcel will first focus on rewilding efforts to support habitat for threatened local toucan populations with an effort to provide specific habitat and food sources for toucans and other local bird species. Working with local and international zoological experts, the project will seek to document biodiversity on the land and track it over the coming years to measure the impact of regenerative practices being tested on the property.  

Hub Culture's involvement with Holos also offers members the capability to visit and participate in activities at Holos generally, and eventually to participate in nature based activities generated across the community. Globally, the Hub Culture community will also be able to support project development and engagement through Hub Culture's digital collaboration, governance and asset management tools. 

Holos Founder Ian-Michael Hébert commented: "Holos is excited to work with Hub Culture in building a node in our flagship location of the Diamante Valley of Costa Rica. We feel very aligned in our values regarding regeneration and conservation, with exitement around their commitment to creating habitat for a diversity of species. We are also excited about the possibility of running future programming together for a common vision of a world that works for all."

Ultra Reserve is a key component of a global conservation programme driving Hub Culture regeneratiion efforts. It already includes a 60 acre wildnerness parcel in the United States and small biodiversity parcels as part of the Hub Culture Oasis in Kaua'i