United Nature has from the beginning been involved with conservation. We do not only do sustainable plantations, we also invest in buying rainforests for conservation. United Nature has today around 900 hectares of primary rainforest that we protect.Read more
Teak grows only within a very narrow band around the world, within 20 degrees of the equator. Although not indigenous to Panama, this tiny country provides a uniquely perfect geographical, climatic, and geomorphological condition for the production of high-quality Teak.See more
United Nature has been dedicated to the development of forest plantations since 1993.
Discover rolling hills with singing palms, majestic old hardwoods, and succulent fruit trees.
There are no known insect infestations that have done any large scale damage to any mature Teak plantation in Panama.
The Panamanian Government has enacted incentive programs to promote reforestation projects.
Due to increasing ecological pressure, many of the industrialized nations have banned the importation of tropical woods, unless cut from sustainable sources.
If the tropical forest is managed properly, the forest may survive. Otherwise, the forest is likely to disappear and with it all of the many benefits that the forest provides.
In addition to having implemented a strong conservation policy, the Panamanian Government has enacted incentive programs to promote reforestation projects.