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Earthjustice President Abigail Dillen Joins Rachel’s Network as Liaison

Earthjustice President Abigail Dillen Joins Rachel’s Network as Liaison

Earthjustice President Abigail Dillen, one of the country’s leading environmental lawyers, has joined Rachel’s Network as a liaison. As head of the nation’s premier public interest environmental law organization, Abigail leads a staff of over 400, with more than 130 lawyers, in fourteen offices across the country. She has litigated many precedent-setting cases that have held polluters accountable and cleared the way for clean energy nationally.

Q&A with Member Mary Bookwalter on Removing Dams in Indiana 

Q&A with Member Mary Bookwalter on Removing Dams in Indiana 

Member Mary Bookwalter is funding a number of dam removals in her home state of Indiana both as an individual and through the Indiana Forest Alliance as a donor and volunteer. Most recently, she helped decommission the Collamer Dam on the Eel River. Mary spoke with us about how she got involved in these projects and what’s next. 

On the Front Lines of Conservation with the Denver Zoo

On the Front Lines of Conservation with the Denver Zoo

The outreach and programming that zoos provide is critical in the face of declining endangered species, environmental regulation rollbacks, habitat destruction, and climate change. Olga Donahue who serves on the Board of Governors of the Denver Zoo explains what they do to protect wildlife and habitats around the world.

Rachel’s Network Provides Grant to Tompkins Conservation for Rewilding in Southern Chile

Rachel’s Network Provides Grant to Tompkins Conservation for Rewilding in Southern Chile

In 2019, Tompkins Conservation donated one million acres to Chile to help establish 10 million acres of new national parks in the country. Rachel’s Network traveled to Chile earlier this year to meet Tompkins Conservation staff, including president and co-founder Kristine Tompkins, and visit two of the new parks – Pumalín and Patagonia. The trip left an impression on members who subsequently provided a grant to Tompkins to support their continued conservation work.

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