We have a rewilding approach to conservation—everything we do can be measured in land and sea protected, wildlife populations recovered, and neighboring communities prospering as a result of conservation. All of this positive work in the world has been accomplished with partners.
National Parks Created or Expanded
Marine National Parks Designated
Million Acres Protected (land)
Million Acres Protected (sea)
Conservation and Monitoring Projects
Jaguar Cubs Born in Iberá
Communities Positioned to Benefit from Parklands Protection
Properties Improved for Residents of Pumalín Park’s Gateway Community
Years Engaged in Campaigns to Defend Wild Nature
Book Titles Released from Publishing Program
Tompkins Conservation implements its projects through a nonprofit network including Fundación Rewilding Chile and Rewilding Argentina.
In ways large and small, as individuals and groups, we have the power to reorient the trajectory of life on Earth toward beauty, diversity, wildness, and health.