Saving The Forest

To protect the forest and regenerate ecosystems while developing the property sustainably with the lowest possible impact to the environment.,To offer direct contact with nature giving everyone the opportunity to be part of the change this world desperately needs.

Reforestation consists of replanting deforested areas to restore forests destroyed in the recent past. The destruction of large forests, which are essential to absorb CO2, produce oxygen and palliate climate change, make it necessary to plant huge numbers of new trees with the ultimate aim of saving ecosystems from destruction and protecting the planet from damage.

  • Nature Reserve

    House On Fire aims to save exploited land. We begin by reforesting nearly 200 acres nestled on the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean in one direction and surrounded by expansive rolling green forest in the other. The property woven together with beautiful brickstone roads, a distant memory from the previous plans of an unapproved gated community. Together we are saving more than 700,000 m2. from exploitation and reforesting to a protected nature reserve.

  • Docuseries

    House On Fire’s Docuseries – consisting of 10 episodes – plays a crucial role in our mission to defend, conserve and protect forest life in direct-action campaigns around the world, educate lessons of sustainability and bring awareness to global warming.

    Our audiovisual project to bring the message to a wider audience. The show will portray the full process and development of the reserve. Sustainability at its core from beginning to end of the construction process and continuing as self-sustainable. Instilling lessons at every level that benefit any household. House on Fire has an award winning crew to capture it all coming to life.

  • Biological Station for Students

    The establishment of a biological station will allow us to create bi-lateral relationships with national and international universities to host their students while they develop different research projects with their own fundings. This will help us create and improve managing plans, infrastructure, practices, and generate new knowledge for science in preservation. Additionally, when there are no students, the biological station will serve to host visiting nature lovers. Encouraging travelers to develop inventories of species to add to our own information bank.

  • Beach Clean Ups

    Beaches are where the sea meets the land and are an exceptional habitat for indicating what is going on in our oceans. Unfortunately, if you are to visit any beach these days, you will find evidence that our oceans are in crisis. The sand may look pristine, but a closer look will reveal micro plastics in the tide line and tiny pieces of rope aka. ghost fishing gear.

    To tackle this problem, we can all become stakeholders in the well-being of our beaches; this means embarking on a beach clean up whenever we visit them – not just enjoying the natural beauty or properties, but actively caring for them. For a beach clean up all you need is some protective gloves and a container to collect your litter.


    Small groups can have a big impact! Beach cleanups and park cleanups are especially popular with groups.


    Go out on your own! Whether a lot or a little, every piece of litter removed makes a difference.
    Top items usually found:
    1. Plastic/polystyrene pieces (0-50cm)

    2. Glass

    3. Cigarette stubs

    4. Packets (crisp, sweet, lolly, sandwich)

    5. String/cord (thickness 0-1cm)

    6. Caps & lids

    7. Cotton bud sticks

    8. Fishing net (small)

    9. Fishing line

    10. Plastic/polystyreme (other)

  • Plant a Tree

    Plant 100K Trees with House On Fire!

    We used to have about 6 trillion trees on earth. Tragically, humans have cut down half.

    Restoring lost trees is essential to preventing the climate crisis. Trees capture CO2 from the atmosphere and store the carbon in their leaves, stems, and roots, eventually increasing the carbon stored in soil. Restoring forests achieves much more than just tackling the climate crisis. By ensuring that these forests recover this helps us avoid the loss of plant and animal species who call these forests home, especially when forests house 50% of all life on the planet. Regenerating forests can also improve local water quality and reduce erosion.

House On Fire Reforestation Project

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