In recent years, coffee has been used to help restore this national park. Among other initiatives, the park has launched the Coffee Canopy Program, in which coffee farmers are invited to come to the park and plant shade grown coffee plants on the forest floor. These shade-grown coffee plants help to replenish the park’s ecosystem, providing food for wildlife, shade for other plants, and a habitat for living organisms. Coffee also helps to create jobs for locals, encourages the park’s conservation and restoration, and provides economic benefits by bringing tourists into the park. In addition, by creating a sustainable source of income, this program also helps to reduce deforestation in the region, protect the park’s biodiversity, and even promote education in the region. As the Coffee Canopy Program continues to develop, this beloved national park will increasingly benefit from coffee’s powerful contributions to its potential.