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Laxaþjóð | A Salmon Nation

Notre relation avec la nature ne définit pas seulement notre histoire, elle façonne aussi notre avenir. Pourtant, sous la surface des fjords islandais, une méthode industrielle d'élevage de poissons menace de détruire l'une des dernières régions sauvages d'Europe. Laxaþjóð | A Salmon Nation raconte l'histoire d'un pays entre terre et mer et le pouvoir d'une communauté pour protéger les lieux et les animaux sauvages qui ont contribué à forger son identité.

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Meaghen Brown

Meaghen Brown is a writer and editor at Patagonia. Her work has previously appeared in Outside Magazine, Vogue, Wired, Marie Claire and The New Yorker among other places.

Made to Work
Made to Work
Made to Work
Meaghen Brown

A short history of gear designed for very specific reasons.

8 min de lecture
Run for Something
Run for Something
Run for Something
Meaghen Brown

Footprints Running Camp is as much about finding solutions to the climate crisis as it is about running.

7 min de lecture
All You Can Do
All You Can Do
All You Can Do
Mădălina Preda & Meaghen Brown

There’s so much. An interview with the co-editors of All We Can Save.

10 min de lecture
Soulcraft
Soulcraft
Soulcraft
Meaghen Brown

Words and wisdom from two Montana runners.

4 min de lecture
Polyester
Photo: Tim Davis
Polyester
Meaghen Brown

85% of Patagonia’s polyester this season is recycled. Using recycled polyester, rather than virgin petroleum polyester, reduced our seasonal carbon emissions by over 5,600 metric tons of CO₂e.

2 min de lecture
The Art of Loss: How Zaria Forman Draws Stunningly Realistic Polar Ice
The Art of Loss: How Zaria Forman Draws Stunningly Realistic Polar Ice
The Art of Loss: How Zaria Forman Draws Stunningly Realistic Polar Ice
Meaghen Brown

It’s fascinating to hear Zaria Forman talk about ice, especially the way that it sounds. She describes the way it rumbles and thunders and cracks, even when you can’t see anything. It crackles and pops like breakfast cereal on high volume. “Ice crispies,” she calls it. “It’s a really beautiful sound.” Polar ice is possibly…

4 min de lecture
Why Run
Why Run
Why Run
Meaghen Brown

Generations of a Diné family reflect on running.

7 min de lecture
A Very Large, Long Group Run Through the Bob Marshall Wilderness
A Very Large, Long Group Run Through the Bob Marshall Wilderness
A Very Large, Long Group Run Through the Bob Marshall Wilderness
Meaghen Brown

For the slo-mo, bug-bitten, exhausted joy of really long runs. Time expands and compresses on long runs. Moments of navigation or extended discomfort can seem endless, while the landscape sifts by like a slow-moving picture. And then suddenly it’s been hours that slipped by without you noticing, except for the subtle changes in light and…

2 min de lecture
Home Run: How the Braford Family Connects by Foot
Home Run: How the Braford Family Connects by Foot
Home Run: How the Braford Family Connects by Foot
Meaghen Brown

Some families share religion, camping, lavish vacations, opera. Other families go running.

4 min de lecture
Dispatches from the Edge of the World: Making “Takayna” in Tasmania
Dispatches from the Edge of the World: Making “Takayna” in Tasmania
Dispatches from the Edge of the World: Making “Takayna” in Tasmania
Meaghen Brown

The wind at the edge of the world comes in clean and cold. Without any significant landmass to temper its force, it rips across the 40th latitude and slams into the prefab houses that straddle the tiny seaside township of Arthur River where we’re staying. It strains against the windows and coats the logs stacked…

13 min de lecture
The Way There: Why We Create and Seek Out Trails
Professional orienteer and wilderness advocate Hanny Allston runs near one of the entry points to the takayna / Tarkine region. Photo: Mikey Schaefer
The Way There: Why We Create and Seek Out Trails
Meaghen Brown

It starts with the focal beam of a headlamp. Sunrise is more than an hour away and it’s pouring rain. Hands tucked into the sleeves of a jacket, and the pace already quick through the sharp Tasmanian buttongrass—trying to stay warm. There is an urgency to understand this threatened place, to know takayna / Tarkine as…

4 min de lecture
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