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Berkeley conservation group seeks support for Chile project

Published Tuesday March 14

Berkeley-based Seacology’s project is on Koldita Island in the Chiloé Archipelago of southern Chile, which is home to endangered marine otters and blue whales, and other species that exist nowhere else on earth.

BERKELEY — Berkeley-based Seacology is a finalist in an international conservation grant competition, with a project to protect endangered marine resources in southern Chile in collaboration with an indigenous community.

Seacology describes itself as an international nonprofit that works to conserve island ecosystems.

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