Doug Tompkins: Wild Legacy
After launching successful apparel brands, Doug Tompkins dedicated his life to conservation work. He and his wife Kris donated 5 national parks (with 3 more on the way) to Chile and Argentina: a tremendous effort towards protecting the wilderness that remains.
Like many remaining wild places on earth, Patagonia National Park was threatened by domestic animals. Doug Tompkins's method of regenerating the terrain and reviving the wildlife saved the 650,000+ acres of biodiversity. (Courtesy of Patagonia)
The state of Alaska is planning to build a 220-mile access road to bring open-pit copper mining to the pristine Brooks Range tundra. Help defend the people, landscape, and wildlife that would be directly impacted by this potential development.
The American Prairie Reserve is reassembling an immense territory of three million acres as part of the largest conservation effort in North America. It will return the native prairie biodiversity and protect it for years to come.
Big Sky Country in Montana
Open prairie and big skies dot the American West. At the largest conservation project in North America, we see the beauty of the landscape in its native state.