The Patagonian Foundation
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November 23, 2014






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Mission Statement
The Patagonian Foundation endeavors to protect and preserve the Patagonian culture and environment by promoting economic, social and environmental sustainability. The Foundation forms cooperative partnerships with individuals and regional, national and international organizations to develop and implement programs that will promote sustainable and responsible economic growth, maintain quality of life, and preserve and permanently protect Patagonia's vast land and diverse ecosystems.

The Patagonian Foundation envisions a sustainable Patagonia that is globally recognized and preserved as one of the world's few remaining unspoiled and wild environments.




News & Updates

NRDC ANNOUNCES COLBUN'S HESITATION IN HYDROAISEN PROJECT
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Chile Approves the HydroAisen Dam
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TPF, ILCP and their Partners Launch Media Campaign to Stop the HydroAisen Project
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TPF Partners with ILCP to Fight the HydroAisen Project
TPF has partnered with the International League of Conservation Photographers to help fight the HydroAisen project. With TPF's financial and logistical support, ILCP photographers and film makers will travel to the proposed dam sites in February 2010 to document the natural beauty of the area and thereafter showcase the photographs in Chile, the US and internationally to raise awareness of the negative impacts of the proposed dams...
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TPF and REYPA Coyhaique Successfully Complete Third Round of Sterilization Project
In August 2007, TPF and REYPA Coyhaique successfully sterilized 307 dogs and cats in the third round of an ongoing effort to control the region's canine and feline population...
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TPF and REYPA Coyhaique Successfully Sterilize 280 Dogs And Cats To Control The Region's Pet Overpopulation
In December 2006, TPF and REYPA Coyhaique sterilized 280 dogs in an effort to control the region's canine and feline population...
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