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Action Alert: Help Save Yellowstone Grizzlies

Action Alert: Help Save Yellowstone Grizzlies

Apr 4, 2007 April 4, 2007

Following up on his recent talk at Patagonia HQ, Doug Peacock just sent us the following letter on behalf of Yellowstone Grizzlies. Make sure and click the "Continue reading" link for details on how you can help. Your support is greatly encouraged and appreciated. Dear… 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

Photo: Tim Davis

Chouinard Receives AAC Brower Award

By localcrew   |   Apr 2, 2007 April 2, 2007

Bend, Oregon – The American Alpine Club presented its prestigious David R. Brower Award for conservation to Yvon Chouinard this Saturday, March 31.  A quote from the American Alpine Club’s announcement: The Brower Award, created in 1991, recognizes leadership and commitmentto preserving mountain regions worldwide. The awardee, whose activepersonal role… Read More

Raptor Rehab

Raptor Rehab

Mar 29, 2007 March 29, 2007

For those who don’t know about the Ojai Raptor Center, run by long-time Patagonia employee Kim Stroud, you should check it out in person or online at www.ojairaptorcenter.org I recently visited the center behind Kim’s home and was amazed at the work she’s doing for orphaned and injured… Read More

Don’t Forget About Genetic Engineering

Don’t Forget About Genetic Engineering

Mar 20, 2007 March 20, 2007

Back in ’01-’02, well before Oceans as Wilderness, our environmental focus was on genetic engineering. While there were some victories associated with that campaign, the issue has not gone away. The following action alert came from one of our environmental grantees in California. Hopefully, more states will follow… Read More

If You Liked the Movie: Join the Walk

If You Liked the Movie: Join the Walk

Mar 15, 2007 March 15, 2007

Just got word from a tipster in the edit department about an opportunity for Patagoniacs in the Northeast to affect the climate change discussion. Sorry for the late notice on this one. I’m sure you can join up with the walk at any point. Action Now on Global Warming:… Read More

The Great Irritant

The Great Irritant

Mar 9, 2007 March 9, 2007

The self-professed 'Great Irritant', Doug Peacock, stopped by the Patagonia campus today. Doug was kind enough to share some of his archival footage of the Grizzly bear (AKA "the Grizz") filmed in and around the Rocky Mountains during the 70's. He also read some journal passages from those times, as well as some excerpts from his books. Most importantly though, Doug spoke passionately about his relationship with the Grizzly bears and the tragic consequences that the de-listing of the Yellowstone population from the Endangered Species List will cause. Read More

Ron Kauk Breathes New Life Into Fern Spring

Ron Kauk Breathes New Life Into Fern Spring

By Ron Kauk   |   Mar 7, 2007 March 7, 2007

Editor’s note: Whenever Patagoina ambassador Ron Kauk visits the office I always try to track him down and say hello. I have great respect for Ron even though I’m not much of a climber. His love for Nature is deep and he seems to carry the spirit of… Read More

Reno Distribution Center Receives LEED Gold Certification

Reno Distribution Center Receives LEED Gold Certification

Mar 6, 2007 March 6, 2007

From the press release:VENTURA, Calif., March 5 /PRNewswire/ — Patagonia, the outdoor apparel manufacturer, announced today that the company’s Reno Service Center, was recently honored with the GOLD level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). With this… Read More

Window of Opportunity

Window of Opportunity

Mar 5, 2007 March 5, 2007

Can a Sierra Club activist and an oil platform designer be the first to install a wind farm off the coast of the United States? According to a recent article in Wired magazine they just might, and they’re planning to do it by recycling old oil rigs. I… Read More

If You’re In Santa Barbara This Weekend

If You’re In Santa Barbara This Weekend

Mar 1, 2007 March 1, 2007

Korina from our color department sends word that the Naples Coalition (who she volunteers her time for) is hosting a beach walk this Saturday, March 3rd along the stretch of coast they’re trying to save from development. The walk leaves promptly at 1pm from the public access parking… Read More

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