National Park Camino de Cruces Looses 185 Hectares

The National Park Camino de Cruces will once again loose land. 185 hectares of forested areas of Clayton and land adjacent to the Panama Canal basin will be cleared to make space for “sports, cultural and social interests” according to a resolution signed by Minister of the Environment Mirei Endara. 

Over the next 6 month, the boundaries of the reserve will be redefined, with 75 hectares of wooded areas in Clayton for cultural sporting and recreations activities and 110 hectares of the canal basin dedicated to social interests.