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Strategic Partners

We firmly believe in collaboration, multidisciplinary work and the strength of the projects carried out by leaders from different sectors who come together for a common cause. Our strategic partners are the ones who give us life, help us grow and dream big.

One of the main partners in this project is the National Forest Corporation (CONAF), with whom we select the areas to be reforested within the National Parks and Reserves, as well as the species to plant and the necessary care.

Another of the fundamental organisms that work with us is the Faculty of Forest Sciences and Nature Conservation of the University of Chile, who supports us in the development of our initiative in the central-south area of the country, jointly creating projects and programs of municipal, regional and national scope. In the same way, the Metropolitan Park of Chile or Parquemet, as it is currently known, is also a fundamental ally as we carry out collaborative work to promote native reforestation plans and, thus, recover degraded areas within the same park in the Metropolitan Region. The Metropolitan Park is the largest urban park in Latin America and the 4th largest in the world.

When it comes to talking about volunteering, the National Institute of Youth (INJUV) plays a key role, since together we generate a permanent cooperative effort in instances associated with native reforestation activities throughout the national territory.

Likewise, the municipalities play a substantial role in our projects since they provide public spaces to recover for the common good of their population.

Several of our projects also have the support of the Ministry of the Environment, which has valued our reforestation work as an important measure against climate change, considering our effort for the protection and recovery of our native forests.

Other entities that have been key in our growth are the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), Fundación Imagen de Chile, Desafío Levantemos Chile, Museo Interactivo Mirador (MIM) and PNUD.


Pablo Sepúlveda

Seremi de Medio Ambiente Maule

Nancy Cortez

Jefa de Ecosistemas y Sociedad Conaf Valparaíso

Nicolás Birrel

Director Ejecutivo Fundación Desafío Levantemos Chile

Patricio Camaño

Seremi Medio Ambiente Región de Ñuble

Suzanne Wylie

Directora Ejecutiva Fundación Reforestemos

Victor Toro Leiva

Alcalde Municipalidad San Nicolás

Why native trees?

Native trees concentrate more than half of the planet’s biodiversity. They contribute to soil conservation, air purification and water availability, thus counteracting the effects of climate change.

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Soledad Corti Otaegui

Soledad Corti Otaegui de Chile ha plantado 1 árbol en la Patagonia.