AGGIUNTO AL CARRELLO

Granted Series
The Granted film series tells the stories of people who are fighting to preserve or restore life-giving connections to their lands, cultures and communities. Patagonia is proud to support the filmmakers behind these stories through our Environmental Grants Program.
play icon

Episode One—Harvesting Liberty

In rural Appalachia, an Army veteran is battling the federal government to legalize the cultivation of industrial hemp on American soil. But his project is about more than a single crop—it’s about restoring a sense of place and giving family farmers new opportunities to sustain an endangered way of life.

Learn More & Take Action
Episode Two - The Refuge
play icon

Episode Two—The Refuge

For hundreds of generations, the Gwich’in people of Alaska and northern Canada have depended on the caribou that migrate through the Arctic Refuge. With their traditional culture now threatened by oil extraction and climate change, two Gwich’in women are continuing a decades-long fight to protect their land and future.

Learn More & Take Action
play icon

Episode Three—Sea of Miracles

Grantee Midori Takashima and other local activists protest against a proposed nuclear power plant in Kaminoseki, Japan. See what’s at stake in Sea of Miracles—directed by Dan Malloy.

Learn More & Take Action