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Two Big Threats to Yellowstone – Take action now

Two Big Threats to Yellowstone – Take action now

Aug 19, 2015 August 19, 2015

Long before the arrival of Europeans, native peoples referred to Yellowstone as the “land of yellow rock waters” for the distinctive stone forged by volcanic blasts and the boiling waters of the largest geothermal system in the world. By 1872, Congress had dedicated Yellowstone as the nation’s—and the world’s—first… Read More

Ghost Ship: A Lost Skiff 1500 Miles Off the Coast of Japan

Ghost Ship: A Lost Skiff 1500 Miles Off the Coast of Japan

By Patagonia   |   Jun 28, 2012 June 28, 2012

  Position: 29°11.9 North, 170°35.2 East “It’s a whale,” yells Tracey from above deck. I’m eating humus below in the salon with Dani, after forgoing Kelvin’s lunch of fried Kim Chi with rice and seaweed. Wildlife sightings are like breaking news aboard Sea Dragon, sometimes the only demarcation from one… Read More