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Taking Bearings on Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Delisting

By Louisa Willcox   |   Mar 4, 2016 March 4, 2016

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced its plans to remove Endangered Species Act protections from the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Patagonia along with many other environmental NGOs and citizens are taking a stand against this ruling and demanding continued protections for this iconic population of grizzly bears… Read More

Photo courtesy of Susitna River Coalition

The Super Salmon

By Ryan Peterson   |   Dec 20, 2016 December 20, 2016

It is with great pride and excitement that we are sharing The Super Salmon with the world—a little movie about the Su and the spotlight it’s been in these last few years. From the first screening in Talkeetna a year ago, to the dozens more that have… Read More

The Flip Side of Ethanol

The Flip Side of Ethanol

Apr 3, 2007 April 3, 2007

Check out this recent article in the LA Times – Ethanol Market, USDA Policies Shrink Conservation Reserve by Tim Reiterman – about how the government’s plan to boost corn production to meet rising ethanol demands could adversely affect our conservation areas.It’s a great article because it shows how switching to… Read More

Yellowstone Buffalo Headed to the Slaughterhouse

Yellowstone Buffalo Headed to the Slaughterhouse

By Jim Little   |   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

To Those Who Loved Doug

To Those Who Loved Doug

By Rick Ridgeway   |   Dec 15, 2015 December 15, 2015

In the days since our friend and mentor Doug Tompkins lost his life in a kayaking incident, we have experienced an outpouring of condolences from thousands of people around the world. The sense of loss from people who never knew Doug, but did know his work, is palpable. A… Read More

View from Bluff, Utah, of Cottonwood Wash which was part of the original Bears Ears National Monument, but is now outside of protection. This area is now a target for energy development. Photo: Josh Ewing

Response to the House Committee on Natural Resources

By Yvon Chouinard   |   Dec 19, 2017 December 19, 2017

December 19, 2017 Rob Bishop Chairman U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources 1324 Longworth House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Chairman Bishop and the House Committee on Natural Resources, I find it disingenuous that after unethically using taxpayers’ resources… Read More

Probably Not Riding His Bike This Week

Probably Not Riding His Bike This Week

By Patagonia   |   May 14, 2008 May 14, 2008

Bike to Work Week seems like the perfect time to have another look at how some people feel about the spirit of Bike to Work Week. This video was posted here earlier, under “Keeping Alternative Transportation on the Radar.” This was back in the good-ol’ days when… Read More

Photo: Kennan Ward

Straight from the Camera’s Lens

Sep 14, 2007 September 14, 2007

If you’ve visited the homepage of Patagonia.com recently, or flipped through our Fall 2007 catalog, you’ve no doubt seen this incredible image of polar bears lined up on the ice. We’ve already received a few customer comments asking why we would publish a shot that… Read More

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