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Adrift in the Sage Brush Sea

Adrift in the Sage Brush Sea

By Jim Little   |   Nov 5, 2010 November 5, 2010

Patagonia’s environmental internship program is sending about 20 employees into the field this year to volunteer with nonprofit environmental groups around the world. The company pays employee salaries and benefits for up to a month while they work in D.C., Kenya, Kauai and other… Read More

What can you buy for eighteen bucks anymore?

What can you buy for eighteen bucks anymore?

By Ron Hunter   |   Oct 22, 2010 October 22, 2010

As the election season kicks into high gear, we're urging friends, family, colleagues, and community not to miss their chance to cast their vote. The issues we face are much bigger than political parties or individual candidates, that's why we encourage everyone to get informed and Vote the… Read More

Meet an Unlikely Proponent of Dam Removal

Meet an Unlikely Proponent of Dam Removal

By Enviro editor   |   Jun 1, 2010 June 1, 2010

Our earlier post about the need to protect wild salmon in the federal salmon plan – signed May 20th – focused on urging the Obama administration to stand up for salmon and the Endangered Species Act. In an unfortunate decision, Obama took his cue from an… Read More

SWIP Trip: Speaking Art to Nothing

SWIP Trip: Speaking Art to Nothing

May 4, 2010 May 4, 2010

It wouldn't have been so bad if the dog didn't try to chew the photographer's face off. But that was just the start of it, and besides, how could he have known? All he knew is that there he was, huddled alone in the middle of a Nowhere most… Read More

The Tin Shed Gets Tuned Up for Spring

The Tin Shed Gets Tuned Up for Spring

Mar 31, 2010 March 31, 2010

We’re sliding open the doors to the Shed and sweeping it clean this spring. Tune into the season with a fresh batch of stories from our friends and ambassadors out in the wild – in videos, audio and written word. And don’t worry, just like our favorite… Read More

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