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Bluefin Tuna Sushi

Bluefin Tuna Sushi

Oct 9, 2007 October 9, 2007

In the last six months, I’ve been to two sushi bars on the east and west coasts, one in Brooklyn, New York, on Smith Street, and one in Santa Barbara, on State Street (you know who you are) that have bluefin tuna on the menu. Here is what… Read More

Recycle Your Old Climbing Ropes

Recycle Your Old Climbing Ropes

Oct 8, 2007 October 8, 2007

In the spirit of our Common Threads Garment Recycling program, Sterling Rope Company is launching a climbing rope recycling program in partnership with Rock/Creek Outfitters, ClimbingGear.com, and the Triple… Read More

A Father’s Lament

A Father’s Lament

Oct 7, 2007 October 7, 2007

This was submitted by Todd Tanner, the author of the field report "Balance" that appears in our Fall 2007 Catalog. Here’s our problem. We walk around the edges. We bar the gates. We bulldog those inconvenient – yeah, that is the word, isn’t it; inconvenient – truths to… Read More

Action Alert – Help Shape the Farm Bill

Action Alert – Help Shape the Farm Bill

Sep 19, 2007 September 19, 2007

Farming is an issue of great concern for us. We staked our business on switching to organic cotton in 1996 and we ran a series of environmental essays on the dangers and uncertainties of genetic engineering in 2001-2002. Unfortunately, GE crops are still being grown and organic farming… Read More

Patagonia Europe Pitches in for Bearded Vultures

Patagonia Europe Pitches in for Bearded Vultures

Sep 18, 2007 September 18, 2007

Some members of our European offices in Annecy, France recently participated in a volunteer program aimed at reintroduction of the previously extinct Bearded Vulture to the Alps. Their hands-on contributions to these efforts got them up close and personal with these amazing birds. Birds and colleagues alike enjoyed a spectacular… 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

I Make a Difference

I Make a Difference

Sep 12, 2007 September 12, 2007

While some Patagonia employee internships take place in remote locations around the world, others happen closer to home in front of a computer screen. It all depends on the skills each of us possess and how best we can help the group we choose to volunteer… Read More

Growing Solutions

Growing Solutions

Sep 5, 2007 September 5, 2007

Back in June, Charlotte, Annette and Alyssa from the Creative Services department volunteered on Patagonia time for Growing Solutions, a great non-profit doing native plant work on the Channel Islands just off the coast of Ventura. Charlotte sent us this story about their day away from the office. Read More

Chasing Glaciers Update

Chasing Glaciers Update

Sep 4, 2007 September 4, 2007

A lot has happened since we first told you about the Chasing Glaciers project featuring Patagonia ambassadors Alison Gannett and Zoe Hart. Zoe injured her ankle pretty early in the trip but she healed well enough for the team to successfully make the first female ski descent of… Read More

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