Chile Accepts Cape Froward Donation

Chile Accepts Cape Froward Donation

President Gabriel Boric met with Kristine Tompkins on March 1 to move forward with a proposed donation of 230,000 acres on behalf of Tompkins Conservation and Rewilding Chile toward the creation of a future national park on Cape Froward. The forthcoming process of...

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Peninsula Mitre – A Rare Global Climate Win

Peninsula Mitre – A Rare Global Climate Win

In Argentina, legislators of Tierra del Fuego Province have passed a law to permanently protect Peninsula Mitre. The last tip of the continent, it’s home to intact kelp forests and one of the largest peat reserves of South America, two powerhouse ecosystems crucial to...

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See the Power of Rewilding

See the Power of Rewilding

Tompkins Conservation, with help from Esri, is launching our first story map, an interactive form of storytelling, to share our own hopeful experience with rewilding. What’s at stake with the global biodiversity crisis? Everything. Latin America's biodiversity is down...

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Red-footed tortoises return!

Red-footed tortoises return!

In the largest international rewilding effort to date in South America, a group of red-footed tortoises is being released in El Impenetrable National Park. Argentina’s largest land turtle is considered ecologically extinct there. Following the country’s first...

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