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Backyard Corridors: What wild animals live in your area?

Backyard Corridors: What wild animals live in your area?

Nov 9, 2009 November 9, 2009

Freedom to Roam is Patagonia’s current environmental campaign. Its goal is to create, restore and protect corridors between habitats so animals can survive. Freedom to Roam wants to preserve and protect big wildways (or corridors) for large animals. But we also want to help all of us… Read More

Small World

Small World

Sep 21, 2009 September 21, 2009

Today's post is from Lisa Myers, of Patagonia's Environmental Team. As one of the folks responsible for finding ways to support non-profit environmental groups, work with like-minded businesses, and educate others on our environmental initiatives, she works hard to stay informed. In an effort to… Read More

Happy Birthday Wilderness Act

Happy Birthday Wilderness Act

Sep 3, 2009 September 3, 2009

Labor Day is upon us. For many, this weekend is the time to launch a last-ditch attempt to get out into a nice, quiet piece of the great-big open. Whether camping, hiking, climbing, paddling, fishing, or simply savouring summer's final reprieve from the daily urbanized bustle, Labor Day has… Read More

National Parks, Corridors and Climate Change: A New Report

National Parks, Corridors and Climate Change: A New Report

Aug 14, 2009 August 14, 2009

The National Parks Conservation Association has releaseda 54-page report titled "Climate Change and National Park Wildlife: Asurvival guide for a warming world." The report stresses the importance of creating wildlifecorridors within and between parks, as "climate change will cause somewildlife to move outside the… Read More