Welcome to Argentina, a land defined by the vast beauty and powerful potential of nature—a land proud of its past and committed to its future.
Known the world over for its windswept Patagonian plains, Argentina is rich in natural treasures. Subtropical and dry forests, waterfalls, wetlands, grasslands and steppes, mountain chains, ocean, and some of the planet’s largest glaciers—Argentina’s landscape is an ever-changing tapestry of color and texture.
This extraordinary landscape has also shaped the country’s economy and culture, securing Argentina’s place as one of the world’s most important producers of food, fiber and energy.
The Nature Conservancy is mobilizing 60 years of experience and science to advance conservation in Argentina, transforming the way people think about nature and reinventing ways to protect it. The challenges are multiplying, but so are our ideas. We know we need to work at a pace and at a scale that will make a difference, and we must share that responsibility, so that all future generations can inherit a thriving, healthy planet.
Transforming land use, livelihoods and sustainable food production
Protecting water at its source
Balancing development needs with conservation