The Habitat & Development Foundation (FH&D)’s objectives are to ensure a sustainable development of Argentina in harmony with – and resulting in the protection of – its native flora and fauna, for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations.
FH&D is a organisation with 11 years of experience in conserving habitats in Argentina. Their work includes the creation of new reserves through both land purchase and legal declarations as well as habitat management, restoration and invasive species removal. FH&D work collaboratively with a number of other organisations and stakeholders in the region.
Partnership with WLT
WLT’s first project with FH&D aims to protect several threatened species by creating the first reserve on the Somuncurá Plateau through the purchase of an initial 11,676-acre (4,725 ha) property. The project will also fund initial management for the reserve over the first 3 years.
Other projects and activities
FH&D’s previous and ongoing projects include the creation of new reserves through both land purchase and legal declarations, and habitat management, restoration and invasive species removal.
Conservation Director: Gustavo Aparicio