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2014 Bike to Work Week Recap

2014 Bike to Work Week Recap

Jul 28, 2014 July 28, 2014

Reno Recap By Gavin Back The numbers are in from Patagonia’s Bike to Work Week and this was the Reno DC’s best year yet! We had a total of 118 people riding for a total of 4,550 miles ridden. This means a total of $4,550 donated to an… Read More

Above: Cheering on friends. All photos: Trevor Clark

My Best Surf Session

By Laurel Winterbourne   |   Jun 30, 2014 June 30, 2014

Head-high peaks stacked in perfect rows, warm clear water, and glassy surface conditions were not the reasons for the best surf session of my life. Sometimes it’s about more than that. If you were asked to describe your most memorable surf session, what would you say? Would you scroll… Read More

Why Bike to Work?

Why Bike to Work?

By Gavin Back   |   Jun 16, 2014 June 16, 2014

Every year, Patagonia employees actively celebrate our own version of Bike to Work Week a few weeks after the national event. The Reno distribution center has a dedicated core of riders who regularly choose to cycle to work instead of burning gas. To kick off the 2014 Bike to Work… Read More

Desert Lover

Desert Lover

May 27, 2014 May 27, 2014

Words and photos by John Bryant Baker As the sunlight makes its way to my face, I can see my breath as it leaves my mouth and slowly rises into the crisp cold air. From atop this sandstone dome, my 360 degree view is uninterrupted. Wilderness stretches out across… Read More

Above: Dark skies and rain shells, a sign of things to come. Photo: Matt Jones

Fear and Self-Loathing in Punta Allen

By Mike Thompson   |   May 14, 2014 May 14, 2014

“Push the button.” “No, you push the button.” “What the hell, push it Ellen!” She did. I knew I was going to be profiled as a narcotraficante even though the contraband I was trying to sneak past the customs officer was anything but drugs. In fact, it was several… Read More

Solutions Series, Part 4: Solutions in Business

Solutions Series, Part 4: Solutions in Business

By Annie Leonard   |   May 7, 2014 May 7, 2014

“There is no business to be done on a dead planet.”–David Brower Back in in the day, an activist colleague of mine liked to wisecrack that whenever corporations talked about environmental solutions everyone could live with, what they meant were “solutions” only a politically acceptable number of people would die… Read More

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