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Backyard Corridors: What has been done in your area to enable wild animals to move around?

Backyard Corridors: What has been done in your area to enable wild animals to move around?

By Jim Little   |   Jan 4, 2010 January 4, 2010

Employees at our Dillon outlet store gained some “Freedom to Roam” last summer when Patagonia funded an environmental internship for store staff. Outlet employees chose to work with American Wildlands (AWL), a Bozeman-based non-profit that works in Montana to identify and prioritize wildlife corridors. Donning leather boots… Read More

Tear Gas For Breakfast

Tear Gas For Breakfast

By Ethan Stewart   |   Dec 16, 2009 December 16, 2009

You met them first on the Obama Express. Now, Santa Barbara Independent reporter Ethan Stewart and freelance photographer Kodiak Greenwood are in Copenhagen to cover the United Nations Framework Conference on Climate Change. This morning the boys — who’ve dubbed themselves… Read More

Just Visiting

Just Visiting

By Jim Little   |   Dec 15, 2009 December 15, 2009

We don’t keep a formal visitor log here at Patagonia headquarters in Ventura; we don’t keep a formal anything. But we do see a steady stream of students interested in sustainable business practices, journalists who come to cover various aspects of the company, environmentalists promoting their issues, and athletes… Read More

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