The Cleanest Line
Jim Little

Jim Little

Jim Little is a word-herder in Patagonia’s marketing department and holds the unofficial record for environmental internships.

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Sunshine, Bug Bites and Sweat

Sunshine, Bug Bites and Sweat

Nov 6, 2008 November 6, 2008

Today’s post is about an environmental internship at Chicago’s Resource Center-City Farm. It comes from Dylan Reynolds, one of the staff at our Chicago store who took part in one of Patagonia’s coolest programs. Jenny Demitrio and Ron Hunter took the photos. __________________________________________________________ The… Read More

Two Weeks in Chile with ForestEthics

Two Weeks in Chile with ForestEthics

Nov 8, 2007 November 8, 2007

Back in January, Patagonia paid me to go to Chile for two weeks to volunteer with ForestEthics, a North American-based environmental group working to preserve and protect native forest. My name is Jim Little. I’m an editor here at Patagonia, and one of 21 employees last year… Read More

Buffalo Get a Break

Buffalo Get a Break

Jun 4, 2007 June 4, 2007

Just last week, Montana’s Department of Livestock had plans to round up 300 wild buffalo (including babies) and ship them off this morning, June 4, to slaughter, because they’d wandered outside the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park. Thanks to the efforts of the Buffalo Field Campaign, their supporters… Read More

Yellowstone Buffalo Headed to the Slaughterhouse

Yellowstone Buffalo Headed to the Slaughterhouse

May 30, 2007 May 30, 2007

I just received word this morning from my friends up at the Buffalo Field Campaign in West Yellowstone. Montana’s Department of Livestock is planning on trapping and slaughtering 300 wild buffalo – including calves as young as a few weeks, and their mothers. The agency plans to begin… Read More