The 8th-largest country in the world, Argentina, boasts one of South America's oldest park systems, but only a small portion of the country's territory is under official protection. From the stark summit of Aconcagua—the highest peak in the Americas—across the windswept Patagonian plains, to the lush, subtropical rainforests surrounding the world-famous Iguazu Falls, Argentina hosts a spectacular range of plants and wildlife.
The Nature Conservancy set four global challenges to protect the environment. Patagonia is one of the prior areas to preserve.
Coming soon, products made of merino wool from ranches that apply sustainable practices.
New freshwater network provides better opportunities to preserve lakes, rivers and lagoons in the Patagonia.
Watch a slideshow of some of the landscapes, flora and fauna of Patagonia Grasslands and find out what we are doing to protect them.