The set was built on approximately six acres of land, and included twelve buildings, three guard towers, fences, and gravel roads. From the beginning, the production purpose built the set so that it could be effectively deconstructed and the materials could be reused. The gravel roadways were laid on landscaping fabric so that the gravel could be easily recovered and reused, and so that the land reclamation would be easier and faster.
After wrap, the production donated all of the buildings and gravel to A Rocha. A Rocha has taken all the buildings apart, stored the materials on the site, and is using the materials to build projects such as greenhouses, school rooms, and a chapel. They have also reclaimed the land, and plan to use the gravel to create pathways in the forests on their land for nature walks, and to rebuild the riverbed to promote salmon spawning. The organization runs many educational programs and works in the community to support new immigrants.