A WILD IDEA
In 1991, Doug Tompkins abandoned his comfortable life in San Francisco and flew 6,500 miles south to a shack in Patagonia. He regretted the corporate capitalism from which he had profited for years. He became one of the primary founders of our modern conservation and land protection movement. Color photos.
Item #: 1946110
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