Conservation efforts in Patagonia range from establishing protected areas, promoting sustainable tourism, to supporting local communities in sustainable practices. Every effort made towards conserving Patagonia today ensures that future generations inherit a world teeming with life and natural beauty.
Tourism conservation efforts aim to ensure that the beauty and biodiversity of our world’s most stunning locales are preserved for generations to come. These initiatives range from establishing protected areas and enforcing responsible tourism practices to promoting environmental education among travelers.
Creating and enforcing protected areas, fostering sustainable tourism, and promoting local conservation education. By prioritizing habitat protection in Patagonia, we not only preserve its irreplaceable natural heritage, but also contribute to global efforts against climate change and biodiversity loss.
Land use planning in Patagonia is a critical strategy for balancing ecological preservation with economic development. This process involves thoughtfully managing Patagonia’s vast, diverse landscapes to meet present needs while safeguarding the region’s rich biodiversity and natural resources for future generations.
Sustainable agriculture in Patagonia is a growing movement that seeks to harmonize farming practices with the region’s rich biodiversity. This approach aims to produce food and fiber in a manner that respects the unique ecosystems of Patagonia, minimizing environmental impact and preserving resources for future generations. Techniques include organic farming, rotation of crops, and responsible grazing, all aimed to improve soil health, reduce water usage, and decrease pollution.
We promote sustainable land use practices in tourism, food, and real estate to ensure their long-term viability while protecting and preserving natural habitats and ecosystems. Our efforts create job opportunities and a better future for generations to come.
Sustainable tourism services that prioritize environmental conservation
Partnerships with local businesses to promote economic growth
Job training programs and employment opportunities for residents of Palena Province.
Educational initiatives to raise awareness about the importance of conservation
Community outreach programs to engage and involve local residents in conservation efforts
International Volunteering programs.
Preservation of the unique and pristine natural environment of Patagonia for future generations to enjoy.
Support for sustainable businesses that prioritize responsible and eco-friendly practices.
Creation of job opportunities for local communities, thereby promoting economic growth and stability.
Increased awareness of the importance of environmental conservation and sustainable development.
Development of a model for responsible and ethical tourism that can be replicated in other regions around the world.
Cultural exchange between international Volunteers & locals.
What keeps us busy
Our team is comprised of passionate individuals from diverse backgrounds who share a common goal of preserving Patagonia’s natural beauty and promoting sustainable economic growth in the region.
Sebastián & Valentina
With over 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry. Throughout theyre career, they have worked in a variety of roles, including front desk agent, hotel manager, and sales and marketing directors.
Experienced farm manager with a background in sustainable agriculture and animal husbandry. With a passion for community-based farming, he is dedicated to promoting ethical and sustainable farming practices.
With opportunities ranging from environmental conservation to community outreach, there's something for everyone to get involved and make a difference. Join us and create memories that will last a lifetime while helping to preserve the wonders of Patagonia.
People have to free their imaginations and realize everyone can do something, on a large or a small scale, depending on their ability. Those who can do a lot because of their position and potential should jump right in there.