Since 1998, the Trifolium Foundation has managed Canopolis, an animal refuge in the Garraf Natural Park, on a 3.5-hectare estate. In Canopolis, our animals live in a run free environment, are fed with natural diets, and are treated by combining conventional medicine with natural therapies (acupuncture, Bach Flowers, homeopathy, herbal medicine and Reiki). In these years, the foundation has worked to make it a reference for animal protection in the widest sense of the word. It is a unique and pioneering project that seeks innovative ways to increase the welfare of animals. Canopolis is not only a shelter, but is a platform for dissemination of methods that are developed in the field of care and health of animals.
The main purpose of the foundation is to set an example and inspire other projects, entities, and individuals to the benefit of animals in general.
Canopolis is a holistic project that includes everything around it fauna, flora and the overall environment. The refuge is integrated in the natural surroundings in a harmonious way that also promotes the use of microorganisms, the recycling of rainwater and the use of solar energy.