We reconnect society with nature
Through activities and stays, we want to offer impactful, positive experiences which make participants rethink our bond with nature and how we can personally act to improve the current state of the environment and its natural elements.Know more
Ecotourism and health
Direct contact with nature gives us health and well-being, both physically, psychologically and emotionally. However, it is said that we suffer from a "nature deficit syndrome" due to the progressive move away from the natural environment, with our society having become more and more urban.
Land stewardship is an outstanding tool to help manage and conserve public or private spaces.Know more
Food and the local area
Food production shapes the local area, diversifies the landscape, and when carried out in a sustainable and extensive way, it encourages biodiversity.Know more
Different projects evaluate and provide rigorous information on the vulnerability of ecosystems and on our region by reporting on the effects of climate change.Know more
Participation in networks
The Foundation participates in networks with other organisations to support new initiatives, roll out new ideas, learn new practices and disseminate the messages and the knowledge acquired.Know more
Programme targeted at baccalaureate students with a particular interest in the field of biodiversity and nature conservation with the goal of encouraging youths’ scientific vocations in this field of research.
We preserve our natural heritage
We care for the species that are the most threatened. Our biodiversity conservation projects include dissemination, monitoring and land management projects; population tracking and studies; and support for a variety of reintroduction initiatives.Know more
Forests produce many direct benefits (wood, fruit, firewood, game). And they are also very profitable indirectly since they act to modulate the water cycle. Thus, they prevent erosion, contribute to keeping the air composition stable and serve as a refuge for biodiversity.Know more
Leaving pastures, mown fields and crops fallow because it is not profitable to farm them is an invaluable loss to our cultural and environmental heritage.Know more
Wetlands like deltas, ponds, lagoons and marshes are ecosystems that harbour a vast diversity of animal and plant life, yet they are also the most threatened ecosystems in the world.Know more
Biological corridors are essential to connect protected areas or areas with major biodiversity which are far away from each other or separated by man-made barriers.Know more
European projects (LIFE and POCTEFA) are some of the main components of the European Union's environmental policy, as their goal is to contribute to the implementation, development and improvement of European environmental policies.Know more
of environmental education programmes.
of the Nature Spaces Network
protected and managed in Catalonia