The 40 hectares owned by the Bosquefino Foundation is ideal as conservation area due to its hilly topography. Almost 18 hectares of it is secondary forest, most of which has been preserved in the form of narrow strips along the streams. The remaining area was reforested between 2020 and 2023 with numerous different native tree species. In one corner many fruit trees were planted which serve as an additional food source for wildlife. In addition, in collaboration with the Crowther Lab of ETH Zürich, several scientific plots where established in 2022 in oder to compare natural regeneration with active reforestation.
Meaning Ceiba: The name Ceiba comes from the kapok tree (Ceiba pentandra). With growth heights of up to 75 m, it is one of the highest growing trees in the tropical rainforest and moist forest.