Vertically integrated Tropical Forestry Management and Manufacturing Company

Maderas Sostenibles SA is a Nicaraguan company committed to reforestation and sustainable management of tropical forests. We add value to tropical timber species from seed to finished product.

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Plantation Forestry

Maderas Sostenibles manages plantation timber investments in Nicaragua from sapling to harvest. We currently have 1200 acres of tree farms under management.

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Hardwood Timber

Our timber products division sells logs, cants lumber, flooring and other wood products in Nicaragua and to various export markets in Asia, USA, Caribbean and Central America.

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Contract Manufacturing

Maderas Sostenibles manufactures solid hardwood furniture  from sustainably sourced high value hardwoods. We offer contract carpentry for high-end residential and hospitality. We use sustainably sourced Teak, Ipe, Royal Mahogany and Rosita Walnut from Nicaragua.

Masaya & Co.

Furniture brand we have created to sell our own designs in the US and Central America.

Integrated and Diversified Forestry Management and Wood Products Manufacturing

We create value in wood products from seed to finished product. From our nurseries, to our plantations, to our sawmill and factory we handle every part of the process.
ong term sustainable forestry investments can have their best results when the highest levels of added value are achieved.

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Timber Plantations under Management

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FINCA LA GAVILANA

RIVAS

100 acres
Began in 2007
Teak, African Mahogany and Mixed Native Species. Also 50% of natural forest reserve area with flora and fauna.

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FINCA LA FORTUNA

RIVAS

100 acres
Began in 2009
Teak, Gmelina and Mixed Native Species. Farm also has 50% natural forest reserve area with abundant flora and fauna.

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FINCA SAN RAFAEL

MANAGUA

70 acres
Began in 2011
Teak, Spanish Cedar and Mixed Native Species on an old coffee and cattle farm outside of Managua.

FINCA LIMONAPA

CHINANDEGA

910 acres
Began in 2015
Teak and mixed Native Species, also organic crops such as sesame, moringa and pitaya.