Dear Patagonia community,
The COVID-19 pandemic is taking over communities around the world at an astounding rate. While testing availability in the United States is still limited, and so the extent of the virus’s spread is largely unknown, we want to do our part to protect everyone. The safety of our employees and our communities is our top priority, and we are taking responsible precautions to help stop the spread of this scary virus where we can.
We have temporarily closed our stores, offices and other operations in the United States. We have also closed stores and offices in Argentina, Chile, Japan and across Europe. Our Australia and South Korea operations will continue on a modified work schedule in stores and offices, with some stores closed depending on location. Employees who can work from home will do so. All Patagonia employees will continue to receive their regular pay during these closures.
We are working to find solutions to protect the safety of our warehouse team, and we hope to have an update about online orders in the coming weeks. We apologize that over the next two weeks there will be delays on orders and customer-service requests. We ask for your understanding and patience. We will continue to keep you updated with new developments.
We encourage our friends everywhere to take the extra precautions necessary to safeguard their health and that of others. It’s everyone’s responsibility to help stop the spread of this virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and your local health authorities are the best resources for updates and answers to questions.
Over the years, as our Patagonia community has been faced with challenges,I have always been inspired by how we emerge stronger and with an even deeper sense of purpose. We will persevere through this challenge, too.
Thank you for your business, loyalty and patience.
CEO and President
Broad and Thoughtful
As a non-fisherman,but an interested student of biology and ecology,I was hesitant to pick up this title for concern of it being a tome on the sport of fly fishing. While fly fishing is a unifying theme throughout,I was pleased to find French taking an expansive approach to the subject. The author is able to take his subject and expand it to a comp... Read Moreelling mix of fly fishing meditation,part biological investigation,and part travelogue. French uses his passion for fishing as an entryway to explore salmonid biology,fisheries research and management policy,and the varied aspects of human association with wild and hatchery fish. French deftly weaves between these various subjects,keeping his writing crisp and captivating while providing ample information that leaves the reader with a much greater understanding of the ecological to historical context of the Yellowstone fishery. The author's variable knowledge,humor,and skill at succinctly explaining his subject make this book an enthralling read and a great introduction to the fisheries of the greater Yellowstone area.
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