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Victoria Principal Donates $25K For Forest Restoration Efforts

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Actress/Entreprenuer Victoria Principal, best known for her role on the television series Dallas, recently helped kick off a TreePeople campaign to support reforestation in the fire-damaged Angeles National Forest. Her $25K donation is the beginning of a campaign that hopes to raise more than $250,000. All cash will be used to plant trees throughout the 144,000 acres damaged.

“I am grateful for the long relationship I’ve had with TreePeople,” said Principal. “Because of this enduring collaboration, I am confident that the funds I’m providing will be used for thoughtful restoration, to benefit the earth, and to support my California neighbors.”

To learn more about the TreePeople campaign, hit their official site here.

Photo: TreePeople founder Andy Lipkis poses with Victoria Principal at the TreePeople event.

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