On December 28th, President Obama announced the designation of Bears Ears National Monument in southeastern Utah and Gold Butte National Monument in southern Nevada. In doing so, the president has boldly protected two places of utmost culture, recreation and conservation value for future generations. The Bears Ears region has long faced aggressive attempts from oil…

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Why We Shouldn’t Drill For Oil In The Arctic Wildlife Refuge

The Gwich’in people of Alaska and Northern Canada have fought for three decades to protect the Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from oil drilling and other threats. Today outdoor apparel company Patagonia and non-profit conservation group Alaska Wilderness League released The Refuge, a 15-minute film telling the story of two Gwich’in women…

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An Ode To The Surfer’s Journal By Patagonia

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Surfer’s Journal, a publication dedicated to the culture of the glide, richness that is travel, and characters that define the fabric of the salty and sun-chapped surf community. Here’s a film that Patagonia created 5 years ago to celebrate the luminary and priceless work of the Surfer’s…

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Hunting Wild Pigs Could Save Hawaii’s Coral Reefs

Patagonia Ambassador and big wave surfer, Kyle Thiermann, takes us on an adventure that binds hunting with conservation, a confluence of ideals that may bring us one step closer to saving Hawaii’s endangered coral reefs.

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Patagonia crafts first beer

Patagonia Provisions, in partnership with Hopworks Urban Brewery in Portland, Oregon, Long Root Ale is the first commercially available beer to be made with Kernza via organic regenerative agricultural practices. If you don’t know about Kernza, it is a “superwheat” perennial derived from an ancient form of wheatgrass. It can be grown year-round and as…

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