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  1. Legalization of the Foundation. 

  2. Farms with a livestock vocation are bought to leave them in Natural Regeneration Old Hato, Las Trochas, El Pato, Santa Helena….

  3. The Hato Viejo Nature Reserve is created

  4. Participation in the creation of Procuencas.

  5. The first research projects (forestry  and ornithology) are carried out.

  6. The Environmental Brigade of Pance is created - Group of Ecoguides and Group of Women of Enchantment.

  7. Environmental education documents are published – Environmental Education Guide for primary school teachers.

  8. The Ecotourism program in the Hato Viejo reserve is strengthened.

  9. Ecofund Corporation Project.

  10. The armed conflict intensifies in the upper Pance.

  11. Some officials and researchers from the Farallones Foundation are threatened and displaced as a result of the conflict: Edgar Bastidas, Díderman Castañeda, Joaquín Navia and Alejandra  Romero, among others.


2000- 2005


  1. The armed conflict persists in the area.  Foundation officials continued to be intimidated.

  2. In the midst of what is known as the “Kilometer 18 kidnapping”, Edgar Bastidas Zambrano, a Foundation worker, disappears to this day.

  3. The Tropas  del  Pichincha Battalion incinerated the infrastructure of the Las Trochas Biological Station and Hato Viejo.

  4. The FES  and the Government of Andrés Pastrana liquidate  the social counterpart fund owned by the Farallones Foundation.

  5. The investigation of threatened and critically ill forest species continued.

  6. Floristic enrichment with native species formally begins in the reserves of the Farallones Foundation.

  7. The publication of research documents “Ethnobotany of the Sawmill in the Upper and Middle Basin of the Pance River” continues  “Training of Forest Conservation Practitioners”, “Accession and provenance records”_cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ y  “Critical forest species in the Pance basin”.

  8. The Madreselvas nursery in the municipality of Jamundí unconditionally supports the foundation for the production of plant material for its self-financing and the success of the restoration projects.

  9. An office owned by the Foundation is purchased in the Zaccour Building.

  10. Despite the public order situation, the Farallones Foundation continues its conservation and control work in the upper middle basin of the Pance River.


 2005 - 2016


  1. The maintenance and control of the individuals planted in the Reserves begins

  2. The experience of the work  of the Farallones Foundation in Pance is replicated in other areas of the country: the Hato Viejo estate of the Garcés Córdoba Family and the rural area of the Municipality of Yotoco and the Valle River basin in the Municipality of Bahía Solano, Department of Chocó. In this last sector, the Agricultural Bank component was added as a food security strategy.

  3. The Pance River swells and due to the rainy season there is severe erosion in the basin and the wooden infrastructure of the Bachué Biological Station is destroyed.

  4. The office of the administrative headquarters of the Foundation in the Zaccour Building is sold to buy the El Tabor property.

  5. The Madreselvas nursery  coadyuva in paying a large part of the administrative and labor expenses of the Farallones Foundation for the conservation of the basin.

  6. The second stage of ecological restoration continues with essential species in the Pance River Basin.

  7. The basic infrastructure in the Bachué Nature Reserve is being rebuilt with the prospect of rebuilding Hato Viejo, Las Trochas and La Chorrera in the future.

  8. The Network of Nature Reserves is formally requested to create the FARALLONES FOUNDATION NATURAL Reserve,  where all the properties including Hato Viejo in Pance are brought together.

  9. It is ratified once again that the properties of the Foundation and its partners, named in the future in Resnatur, "FARALLONES FOUNDATION NATURAL RESERVE" will be conserved in PERPETUITY, in order to keep the PANCE River Basin alive y_cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ its tributaries as ENVIRONMENTAL HERITAGE AND CULTURE of the Vallecaucanos, particularly of the Caleños.


2016 - 2030


Se continua en el trabajo con nuevos integrantes que retoman, actualizan y proyectan la misión de La Fundación Farallones._d04a07d8-9cd1-3239-9149- 20813d6c673b_ 

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