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Poland’s Bialowieza Forest is one of the last old-growth forests in Europe. Photo: Janusz Korbel

What’s Up in Białowieża Forest?

By Camp for the Forest   |   Nov 22, 2017 November 22, 2017

The year 2017 is a special one for the Białowieża. After over 20 years of campaigning for protection of this unique forest in Poland, with some small successes along the way, the situation has taken a dramatic turn. The last primeval forest of lowland Europe—a UNESCO World… Read More

Two Big Threats to Yellowstone – Take action now

Two Big Threats to Yellowstone – Take action now

Aug 19, 2015 August 19, 2015

Long before the arrival of Europeans, native peoples referred to Yellowstone as the “land of yellow rock waters” for the distinctive stone forged by volcanic blasts and the boiling waters of the largest geothermal system in the world. By 1872, Congress had dedicated Yellowstone as the nation’s—and the world’s—first… Read More

Photo: Tim Davis

Time to Vote

By Rose Marcario, CEO   |   Sep 24, 2018 September 24, 2018

Today, 150 leading companies are coming together in support of a vital common goal: getting more people out to vote. By joining the nonpartisan Time to Vote campaign, businesses from Walmart to Lyft as well as small businesses from coast to coast have made real commitments to help employees and… Read More

Photo: Garrett Grove

Keep Jumbo Wild: The Fight to Protect Jumbo Glacier

By Mike Berard   |   Oct 28, 2015 October 28, 2015

For 24 years, residents of the Kootenays in British Columbia, Canada, have been largely opposed to a proposed year-round ski resort in the heart of the Central Purcell Mountains—a region that encompasses both cherished alpine backcountry and critical core grizzly bear habitat. At the time this story was going to… Read More

Get On The (omni)Bus!

Get On The (omni)Bus!

Jan 13, 2009 January 13, 2009

 Lovers of wilderness take note: some long-fought land legislation has just been kicked into high gear. Senate Bill 22, aka. the Omnibus Public Lands Management Act, has been taking shape over the past few years. While stymied repeatedly by vigorous filibuster, a recent re-shuffling of the Congressional deck… Read More

Big Wall Trash a Big Problem in Yosemite

Big Wall Trash a Big Problem in Yosemite

By Lynn Hill   |   Jul 30, 2007 July 30, 2007

After speaking with my friends, Mike Lechlinski and Mari Gingery about their experiences in Yosemite and climbing on El Capitan this summer, I learned that many climbers are not doing their part in keeping the big walls clean. Apparently many people “accidentally” or even intentionally drop their garbage and poop… Read More

Members of the Porcupine caribou herd crossing the Hulahula River in the Arctic Refuge. Caribou travel in groups and migrate at different times: Pregnant females, some yearlings and barren cows are the first to travel north toward the coastal plain, followed by males and the rest of the juveniles. Photo: Florian Schulz

The Fight to Protect the Arctic Refuge Has Just Begun

By Patagonia   |   Dec 27, 2017 December 27, 2017

“Americans have voiced overwhelming support for protecting the Arctic Refuge, and the fight is far from over. If we destroy the Arctic Refuge today, we will never get that wild, unspoiled wilderness back.” —Rose Marcario, President and CEO of Patagonia On December 20, Congress passed the tax bill… Read More

Mule Deer and Underpasses

Mule Deer and Underpasses

Feb 20, 2009 February 20, 2009

As part of our Freedom to Roam campaign, we’re interested in Corridors that Work, wildways that help animals migrate or travel between protected areas. Recently, we heard about a series of underpasses built on Highway 30 in western Wyoming. This part of Wyoming is home to about 100,000… Read More

Turtle Patrol

Turtle Patrol

By Lindsey Jensen   |   Feb 17, 2009 February 17, 2009

Today’s post is from Dealer Service Representative Lindsey Jensen, who is on a two-month hiatus from her desk at our Reno Distribution Center for an environmental internship in Los Pargos, Costa Rica, with Sea Turtles Forever. The group works on behalf of five endangered marine… Read More

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