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Rios Libres: The Journey Begins

Rios Libres: The Journey Begins

Mar 8, 2010 March 8, 2010

“Chilean Patagonia is a remote region of the world where nature–long left to its own devices–grows wild, beautiful and largely untouched by man. As South America's last frontier, the region boasts incredible biodiversity, breathtaking landscapes, essential ecological values, and a remote solitude that is increasingly rare.” The… Read More

Wild and Scenic Film Festival Opens This Weekend

Wild and Scenic Film Festival Opens This Weekend

Jan 13, 2010 January 13, 2010

The Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival (WSEFF) was started in the Sierra Nevada foothills by the watershed advocacy group, the South Yuba River Citizen’s League. In 1983, a small group of citizens banded together to form SYRCL and fight for the protection against several… Read More

Patagonia Japan Employees Team Up to Defend the Dugong

Patagonia Japan Employees Team Up to Defend the Dugong

Dec 22, 2009 December 22, 2009

Today's post comes from Yoko Okuya, of Patagonia Japan's Marketing Department. Together with four of her colleagues from a variety of locations throughout Japan, Yoko and her team are taking an innovative approach to Patagonia's Environmental Internship Program by participating in a series of habitat surveys stretching… 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

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