Tompkins Conservation donates 1 million acres for new national parks in Chile

Tompkins Conservation signed an agreement with Chile’s government on Wednesday to donate 1 million acres for new national parks in the largest private donation of its kind for the South American nation. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet signed the deal with Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, the widow of American conservationist Doug Tompkins, who built a legacy protecting threatened ecosystems in Argentina and Chile. “This is a key step to treasuring this giant source of biodiversity and safe

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Tompkins Conservation donates 1 million acres for new national parks in Chile

Tompkins Conservation signed an agreement with Chile’s government on Wednesday to donate 1 million acres for new national parks in the largest private donation of its kind for the South American nation. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet signed the deal with Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, the widow of American conservationist Doug Tompkins, who built a legacy protecting threatened ecosystems in Argentina and Chile. “This is a key step to treasuring this giant source of biodiversity and safe

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