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The Time is Now: Protect Bears Ears

By Kitty Calhoun   |   May 20, 2016 May 20, 2016

In southeastern Utah, a battle has been brewing between conservationists, recreationalists and resource extractionists. The pressure on all sides has increased as the stakes grow higher. At risk is the preservation of climbing in Indian Creek, Castle Valley, Fisher Towers, San Rafael Swell, Valley of the Gods, Texas and Arch… Read More

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Bike to Work Week 2016: Remembrance of Rides Past

By Gavin Back   |   May 16, 2016 May 16, 2016

With another National Bike to Work Week upon us, we have once again worked on events to celebrate pedal-powered commuting at the Patagonia D.C. in Reno, Nevada. Every year we reward dedicated bikers and try to inspire more people to begin burning calories instead of fossil fuels. This year we… Read More

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The View from Europe: Say No to TTIP

By Ryan Gellert   |   May 12, 2016 May 12, 2016

This past week Greenpeace leaked 248 pages of negotiating texts and internal position papers that reveal a deep rift among the 28 European governments, the European Union and the U.S., involved in the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The Greenpeace report has caused an uproar here in Europe,… Read More

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Chaltén 2015-2016

By Colin Haley   |   Apr 26, 2016 April 26, 2016

My previous Patagonia climbing season, climbing last year mostly with Marc-André Leclerc and Alex Honnold, had been my most successful yet. Among a bunch of other activity was the first ascent of the Travesía del Oso Buda, the first repeat and direct variation to El Arca de los Vientos, and… Read More

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Floating Through Nowhere

By Jim Little   |   May 9, 2016 May 9, 2016

Most people have never heard of the Owyhee Canyonlands, let alone pulled over to visit. On a map of Oregon, it’s that mostly blank expanse in the southeastern corner of the state near the Idaho/Nevada border—a place most would call nowhere. Rome, Burns and Jordan Valley are the nearest towns… Read More

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Paddle Power: The Rise of Kayaktivism

By Cameron Fenton   |   May 5, 2016 May 5, 2016

The house I grew up in was full of art from the Canadian Arctic. From soapstone carvings to caribou tufting and Ted Harrison paintings, my parents had brought it with them when they moved south from their home in Yellowknife on the northern shores of Great Slave Lake in the… Read More

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Creating Climate-Beneficial Fiber Systems

By Rebecca Burgess   |   May 3, 2016 May 3, 2016

How can we solve the climate crisis? The answer may exist beneath our feet, in the soil. Carbon is a finite resource that moves through soils, oceans, food, fibers and the atmosphere—and ancient carbon is fossilized in Earth’s core. There is no more carbon entering or leaving Earth—we are simply… Read More

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Stop the Dams in Portugal

By Tony Butt   |   Apr 24, 2016 April 24, 2016

One of the most powerful scenes in Damnation is where a way of life going back over 15,000 years is suddenly brought to an end due to the construction of a dam. When the Dalles dam was built on the Columbia River it submerged Celilo Falls and took… Read More

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Dirtbag Diaries Podcast: Trespassers

By Fitz Cahall   |   Apr 21, 2016 April 21, 2016

Artwork: Walker Cahall “You have to imagine that you’re on the frozen Arctic Ocean. You’re six miles from shore, you can’t really tell where the ocean stops and the white shore begins. All you see is white–and this thing where they’re dumping crap into the ocean to make… Read More

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Curacao’s Big Oil and Big Tarpon

By Brian Irwin   |   Apr 18, 2016 April 18, 2016

“Fish, two o’clock,” shouted Norman Chumaceiro, my guide to tarpon on the idyllic island of Curacao, 40 miles off the coast of Venezuela. “Now they’re at nine! And six. They’re everywhere!” he exclaimed. If anyone could help me come tight on a tarpon it’s Chumaceiro, who, along with his friend… Read More

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