BY LESLIE JORDAN CLARY
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation recently made a contribution to The Resource Foundation (TRF) to support the continuing rehabilitation of Mexico City’s Chapultepec Forest Park. The $1 million grant is earmarked to restore the Xochipilli Fountain, a symbolic landmark of Mexico’s pre-Columbian heritage and the Composer’s Passage, the park’s main pedestrian thoroughfare. At 686 hectares, Chapultepec Forest Park is both the oldest and the largest urban park in the Americas. The Tiffany & Co. Foundation provides grants to organizations involved in environmental stewardship in the areas of responsible mining, coral conservation, and urban parks.