• Sustainability Mission/Vision

    Learn more about our reason for being, the struggle to become a responsible company and how our business affects global environmental issues like global warming. Read More

  • Environmental Campaigns

    Patagonia is committed to bringing our resources and connections to bear on threats to wildness, far and wide. We all have a chance to make a difference. Let’s take a stand. Read More

  • Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC)

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  • OIA Eco Working Group

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  • Environmental Grants and Support

    Patagonia pledges at least one percent of sales or 10 percent of pre-tax profits – whichever is more to environmental groups. We give at the grassroots level to innovative groups overlooked or rejected by other corporate donors. We fund activists who take radical and strategic steps to protect habitat, wilderness and biodiversity. We have given more than $58 million to more than 1,000 organizations since our grants program began. Read More

  • Corporate Partnership

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  • Environmental Internship Program

    After many years of giving money to activists, we realized that if we could share profits, we could also supply time and muscle. And many Patagonia employees, energized by links to environmental groups or furious about the creeping ruination of favorite wild places, were in a fighting mood. So in 1993, we created the Patagonia Employee Internship Program. Read More

  • Salmon Run

    Twenty-two years in the making! Join us for our 22nd annual Salmon Run benefiting SOAR on Sunday, November 8th at Patagonia, Ventura, CA. Read More

  • bluesign® System

    We partner with bluesign because from the day we met them, they have had the most stringent and progressive protocol available to us for the dyeing and finishing of our fabrics. They have the experience, dedication and drive to continually recruit new members to work at the highest environmental level. There are not any other companies that are able to do this in the textile industry. Read More

  • Fair Labor Association (FLA)

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  • 1% for the Planet

    Since 1985, Patagonia has pledged 1% of sales to the preservation and restoration of the natural environment. We've awarded over 31 million dollars in grants to domestic and international grassroots enviro groups making a difference in their local communities. Now the founder of Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard and Craig Mathews, owner of Blue Ribbon Flies, have created a non-profit corporation with the sole purpose of encouraging businesses to give back to the environment.1% For The Planet® is an alliance of businesses that understand the necessity of protecting the natural environment. Read More

  • Sustainable Apparel Coalition

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  • Textile Exchange

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  • Employee Activism

    After many years of giving money to activists, we realized that if we could share profits, we could also supply time and muscle. And many Patagonia employees, energized by links to environmental groups or furious about the creeping ruination of favorite wild places, were in a fighting mood. So in 1993, we created the Patagonia Employee Internship Program. Read More

  • Conservación Patagonica

    Argentina's first coastal national park was created on November 14, 2002, when Conservacion Patagonica, formerly known as the Patagonia Land Trust, and its Argentine partner, Fundaciòn Vida Silvestre, donated 155,000-acre Estancia Monte Leon to Argentine National Parks. Fundaciòn Vida Silvestre bought the former sheep ranch with $1.7 million given to it by Conservacion Patagonica, a California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection, restoration and maintenance of wildland ecosystems and biodiversity in the Patagonia region. Read More

  • The Activist Company

    We believe the environmental crisis has reached a critical tipping point. Without commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, defend clean water and air, and divest from dirty technologies, humankind as a whole will destroy our planet’s ability to repair itself. At Patagonia, the protection and preservation of the environment isn’t what we do after hours. It’s the reason we’re in business and every day’s work. Read More