Interview with Executive Director
Our partners at Landie recently interviewed our new Executive Director and Riverkeeper, Rocio Gonzalez. Landie is a new initiative in Chile to document stories about landscapes and people who work to bring man and nature together. Practice your Spanish and hear Rocio talk about what it means to be a resident of Futaleufu and work with the community to protect their homes.      
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New Fellow from Universidad Austral
In April we snagged our first Fellow! Ivo Tadich is a researcher from Universidad Austral de Chile. He grew up in Valdivia and holds a Master's degree in water resources.  
Uniting Rivers, Mountains and Sea at new event in Santiago
Together with three other groups and sponsored by Patagonia, Futaleufu Riverkeeper is hosting the first in a series of events this week to bring together the conservation community in Chile. The first speaker is our friend Juan Pablo Orrego, winner of the Goldman Environmental Prize and a leader of the Patagonia Sin Represas campaign. The new initiative is called Acción Conservación (Conservation Action).
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Futaleufu heads to Telluride!
As part of Telluride Mountain Film, we have been invited to participate this year. There will be a special focus on National Parks, including efforts by Kris Tompkins and her late husband, Doug Tompkins, to establish parks in Patagonia. Please spread the word and let people know we will be there! And if you are planning to come, please stop by and say hi.

Find us at:
Reading Frenzy, Sunday May 29th 2-4pm, Madeline Hotel Ballroom
Closing Picnic, Monday May 30th 1-4pm.

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