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Judge Ends Grizzly Hunts with Ruling That’s Bigger Than Bears

By Todd Wilkinson   |   Sep 27, 2018 September 27, 2018

So far in this young century, few wildlife conservation issues have galvanized more Americans than whether or not Western state governments ought to allow grizzly bears to be hunted again. On Monday, September 24, 2018, U.S. District Judge Dana L. Christensen in Missoula, Montana, resolved the matter for the foreseeable… Read More

Photo: Garrett Grove

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

By Eliel Hindert   |   Feb 25, 2016 February 25, 2016

The road has been my home for the better part of my adult life. That elusive space not quite here or there, but simply a collection of moments in between. Let’s rephrase that. The road has been where I’ve felt most at home for the better part of my entire… Read More

Blank on the Map – in the USA

Blank on the Map – in the USA

By Kitty Calhoun   |   Mar 29, 2010 March 29, 2010

Editor’s note: Our thanks go out to Patagonia ambassador Kitty Calhoun for sharing today’s story and photos. This is the first time we’ve featured one of Kitty’s stories on The Cleanest Line, hopefully it won’t be the last. Cars, phones, money are the necessary bane of… Read More

Backyard Corridors: What has been done in your area to enable wild animals to move around?

Backyard Corridors: What has been done in your area to enable wild animals to move around?

By Jim Little   |   Jan 4, 2010 January 4, 2010

Employees at our Dillon outlet store gained some “Freedom to Roam” last summer when Patagonia funded an environmental internship for store staff. Outlet employees chose to work with American Wildlands (AWL), a Bozeman-based non-profit that works in Montana to identify and prioritize wildlife corridors. Donning leather boots… Read More