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Stories From the Gulf – Where Oil and Seafood Mix

Stories From the Gulf – Where Oil and Seafood Mix

By Jim Little   |   Oct 11, 2010 October 11, 2010

This summer, Patagonia teamed up with non-profit environmental and social justice group, Louisiana Bucket Brigade (LABB), to assist with a project massive in scale and ambition: to track the full impact of the greatest ecological disaster in American history, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of Spring 2010. The… Read More

Stories From the Gulf – Birds Falling Out of the Sky

Stories From the Gulf – Birds Falling Out of the Sky

By Denise Schutte   |   Oct 8, 2010 October 8, 2010

This summer, Patagonia teamed up with non-profit environmental and social justice group, Louisiana Bucket Brigade (LABB), to assist with a project massive in scale and ambition: to track the full impact of the greatest ecological disaster in American history, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of Spring 2010. The… Read More

Stories from the Gulf – The Town Meeting

Stories from the Gulf – The Town Meeting

By Kevin Alldredge   |   Oct 7, 2010 October 7, 2010

This summer, Patagonia teamed up with non-profit environmental and social justice group, Louisiana Bucket Brigade (LABB), to assist with a project massive in scale and ambition: to track the full impact of the greatest ecological disaster in American history, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of Spring 2010. The… Read More

Stories from the Gulf – Oil in the Bathtub

Stories from the Gulf – Oil in the Bathtub

By Maggie Robinson   |   Oct 6, 2010 October 6, 2010

This summer, Patagonia teamed up with non-profit environmental and social justice group, Louisiana Bucket Brigade (LABB), to assist with a project massive in scale and ambition: to track the full impact of the greatest ecological disaster in American history, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of Spring 2010. The… Read More

Stories from the Gulf – Living on the Lottery

Stories from the Gulf – Living on the Lottery

By Naomi Helbling   |   Oct 5, 2010 October 5, 2010

When I got on the plane for New Orleans, the only thing I was sure of was that we would be working as outreach crews, administering surveys around Plaquemines Parish. I’d never done anything like this before and the feeling was indescribable as I walked down a long,… Read More

Mary Osborne: The Gulf Through My Eyes

Mary Osborne: The Gulf Through My Eyes

Jul 26, 2010 July 26, 2010

Every minute passing means more beaches are covered in brown oily tar balls. Weather and winds fluctuate in all directions, pushing crude oil into new areas of fresh white sand beaches, covering sea animals, rivers and marshes. Fish are dying; crabs are now toxic, and mammals slowly are being… Read More