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Granting Refuge

By Cindy Shogan   |   Dec 2, 2016 December 2, 2016

Patagonia customers love the outdoors, and there’s no better way to make sure that America’s public lands and waters remain wild for our kids and grandkids than by supporting organizations that work hard to keep them that way. That’s why Alaska Wilderness League is proud to be a… Read More

Photo: John Bilderback

Mālama Honua: Hōkūle‘a’s Voyage of Hope – Part 3, New Zealand

By Jennifer Allen & John Bilderback   |   Nov 30, 2016 November 30, 2016

As Hōkūle‘a continues the Worldwide Voyage, she weaves a global network of people devoted to the practice of Mālama Honua, to care for our island Earth. Last fall, several hundred greeted Hōkūle‘a as she made landfall in Waitangi, Aotearoa. Aotearoa is the Māori name for New Zealand, meaning “the land… Read More

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Qat’muk

By Troy Sebastian   |   Nov 22, 2016 November 22, 2016

For over 20 years, the Ktunaxa Nation has opposed the Jumbo Glacier Resort development proposed in Qat’muk, core territory of the Ktunaxa Nation and home to the grizzly bear spirit. Patagonia recognizes and affirms the Ktunaxa Nation’s responsibility to protect Qat’muk and the grizzly bear spirit through the… Read More

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100 Percent Today, 1 Percent Every Day

By Rose Marcario   |   Nov 20, 2016 November 20, 2016

We’re just days from Black Friday, one of the biggest consumer shopping days of the year in America. And as people think generously about family and friends, we also want to help our customers show love to the planet, which badly needs a gift or two (and still gets coal… Read More

Photo: Graeme Owsianski

Home with Marie-France Roy

By Molly Baker   |   Nov 18, 2016 November 18, 2016

“This planet is so powerful and diverse, but also fragile. I felt that building a smaller home, out of as many local, natural and recycled resources as possible, would be a wonderful way for me to remain more connected and grounded.”—Marie-France Roy You can tell a lot… Read More

Photo: Steven Gnam

Following Wolverines

By Steven Gnam   |   Nov 15, 2016 November 15, 2016

A thousand feet below my perch on the cliffs, I see movement on the glacier. I raise my telephoto lens and watch as an animal runs across the blue ice, jumping over crevasses. It doesn’t slow when the glacier gets steeper, it digs its claws in, climbs around the bergschrund… Read More

Photo: Kyle Sparks

A School That Goes into The Wild

By Nicole Marie   |   Nov 14, 2016 November 14, 2016

It’s spring so there are many fledging birds about. I’m wandering with a group of children when I hear baby dark-eyed juncos begging nearby. I put my hand to my ear and listen. The children do the same. Now we all hear the birds. “Let’s go find them!” they clamor. Read More

The Day After

The Day After

By Patagonia   |   Nov 9, 2016 November 9, 2016

“… democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.”—Winston Churchill Yesterday we elected candidates in local, state and federal races in every corner of our nation. These women and men soon will go to… Read More

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Lost in the Light

By Tara Kramer   |   Nov 4, 2016 November 4, 2016

I’m starting to measure time as it’s marked by the ice caps. Two months here, three months there, then fall in Montana, or spring, or a month of summer, and then again to the Flat White. I scatter through the seasons and across hemispheres, losing myself in the months, the landscape,… Read More

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