In it for The Long Run at Huilo Huilo
Each year, The Long Run community comes together to celebrate its membership, exchange ideas and get inspired by like-minded people from around the world. This year, members gathered at Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve in Chile to experience its impressive contribution to conservation, community and culture projects, while sharing best practise and brainstorming new ideas.
Members also had the chance to join in pre-meeting activities organised at Fellow Member El Santuario just across the border in Argentina for some unforgettable experiences, stimulating discussions and good old-fashioned face-to-face networking.
Our gathering was rich, diverse and multi-faceted as always. It demonstrated that sharing experiences, expertise and knowledge helps members to push boundaries individually. It also enables The Long Run to drive change for the well-being of planet people globally. The outcomes of discussions have been shared in a report available to members.
The Long Run team would like to thank all the participants for their active contributions and the generosity with which they shared their knowledge and experience. We are sincerely grateful to our hosts at El Santuario, Nicolas and his lovely team; and at Huilo Huilo the Petermann family and their brilliant team for their passion and commitment; the incredible work they do along with the atmosphere they created made for a truly inspiring meeting.
We look forward to welcoming members to next year’s gathering at Sundy Praia, São Tomé and Príncipe, in 21st to the 25th September 2020.
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