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Europe’s First Wild River National Park Is Here
Europe’s First Wild River National Park Is Here
Europe’s First Wild River National Park Is Here
Molly Baker

Albania’s untamed Vjosa River introduces a new model for global water conservation.

4 min Read
Say Goodbye to “Forever Chemicals”
Say Goodbye to “Forever Chemicals”
Say Goodbye to “Forever Chemicals”
Archana Ram

How we’re finally getting to PFC-free—and why it took so long.

9 min Read
Afarin! Good Job!
Afarin! Good Job!
Afarin! Good Job!
Lauren DeLaunay Miller

For these Afghan women, climbing in Yosemite is a connection to home.

14 min Read
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 Read
The Old-Fashioned Way
The Old-Fashioned Way
The Old-Fashioned Way
Layla Kerley

Photographic time travel with longtime Patagonia contributor Gary Bigham.

5 min Read
Remembering Allen Steck
Remembering Allen Steck
Remembering Allen Steck
Patagonia

A life of full of great climbs with friends.

8 min Read
The Physics of Noseriding
The Physics of Noseriding
The Physics of Noseriding

The science of surfing’s fluid dance.

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10:03
When Trees Fall, So Do We
When Trees Fall, So Do We
When Trees Fall, So Do We
John Perlin

An excerpt from Patagonia’s republished version of A Forest Journey, about what the loss of trees has meant for past life on our planet.

4 min Read
Episode 6: We Are the Water
Episode 6: We Are the Water
Episode 6: We Are the Water

Patagonia and Pop-Up Magazine Productions present a series about knowledge.

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8:36
A Hog of a Swell Greets the Eddie
A Hog of a Swell Greets the Eddie
A Hog of a Swell Greets the Eddie
Morgan Williamson

Scenes from ground zero of the greatest surf event in seven years.

9 min Read
Legacy on the Muir
Legacy on the Muir
Legacy on the Muir
Max Buschini

TM Herbert helped put up the first ascent of the Muir Wall in 1965. His son followed in his footsteps 55 years later.

2 min Read
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Quiet Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Quiet Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Quiet Knowledge

What can we learn from nature when we pause to look and listen? In this episode, writer and American Sign Language interpreter Justin Maurer shares how being an interpreter for his deaf mom led to forming a punk band, presenting at the Oscars and seeking out one of the quietest places in the world. We also interview Nancy Bockino, a forest ecologist and avalanche professional, who is working to restore an entire ecosystem by saving the whitebark pine. At the Patagonia Archives, longtime Patagonia employees explain how Yvon Chouinard’s worn-out Craghopper Shorts became the seed for Patagonia clothing. Tune in for a new episode of Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts. To learn more, watch “Silence Isn’t Silent” and read “One for the Grove.”

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39 Min
The High Life
The High Life
The High Life

One family sets the pace at a historic refuge near Chamonix, France.

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15:29
Over-Roasted
Over-Roasted
Over-Roasted
Lucas Isakowitz

Descending through Colombia’s coffee country, a crew of mountain bikers explores how climate change is impacting one of the world’s most cherished beverages and the lives of those who depend upon it.

16 min Read
A Man, Mud and Methane
A Man, Mud and Methane
A Man, Mud and Methane
Brooke MacMillan

A look inside Delta Brick & Climate Company, where doing is undoing.

6 min Read
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Collaborative Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Collaborative Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Collaborative Knowledge

Collaboration is central to the natural world—in more ways than we might imagine. By studying interactions between plants, animals and insects, we can emulate those connections to build our own systems of community knowledge. Join us for Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts. For more on these stories, read "Sweet in Tooth and Claw" and read "The Klabona Keepers".

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31 Min
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Accessible Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Accessible Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Accessible Knowledge

The natural world contains wonders and wisdom that should be accessible to everyone. But what barriers prevent us from acquiring that knowledge? In this episode, we speak with Kiko and Kyra Sweeney from the story “Running the Coast” about why their family emphasized running despite disability. Then we turn to a conversation with reporter Sofía Arredondo about the legendary Mexican climber Raúl Revilla Quiroz, and his impact upon the future generations of climbers. These are stories of people who are claiming their access to outdoor spaces and working to make them more accessible for all. Join us for Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts. For more on these stories, read “Running the Coast” and watch “The Maestro.”

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29 Min
Taking the Long Way Home
Taking the Long Way Home
Taking the Long Way Home
Ellen Bradley & Matthew Tufts

In Southeast Alaska, a Native skier searches for something deeper than powder on her homelands.

9 min Read
Land of the Midnight Surf
Land of the Midnight Surf
Land of the Midnight Surf
Morgan Williamson

Inside Yakutat Surf Club’s budding stoke scene in Southeast Alaska.

14 min Read
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Artistic Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Artistic Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Artistic Knowledge

We turn to art to experience the universal truths of being human, to express the feelings within us, and to better understand our world. This week, Kentucky musicians The Local Honeys help us understand Appalachian coal country and the miners there who are seeking a new way of living. We’ll also hear Cameron Keller Scott speak about his poem “A River’s Own Name” and how he hopes to deepen people’s experience of the natural world through poetry.

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30 Min
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Resilient Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Resilient Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Resilient Knowledge

As we prepare for an uncertain future, what do we need to know to establish a deeper connection to the landscape and our communities? In this episode, we hear how Cheyenne River Sioux member Christopher White Eagle reconnected Native kids to their heritage by recruiting them to participate in a traditional buffalo hunt on the plains of South Dakota. We also hear from reporter Joel Caldwell as he visits Ecosystem Restoration Camps in California to learn about the movement of people working to rewild degraded landscapes. Join us for Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts. For more on these stories, read “Restoring Paradise” and watch “The Hunt.”

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29 Min
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Intergenerational Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Intergenerational Knowledge
Patagonia Stories Podcast: Intergenerational Knowledge

Which lessons passed down through generations help us feel at home, both mentally and physically, in our natural environments? In this episode, we explore the power of mentorship through our conversation with queer climbers Lor Sabourin and Madaleine Sorkin. We also hear from three generations of women from the Salish Sea who are fighting against the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion to help save Southern Resident orcas. Join us for Patagonia Stories wherever you get your podcasts. For more on these stories, read “Queering Climb Mentorship” and watch “We Are the Water.”

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28 Min
Running the Coast
Running the Coast
Running the Coast
Kiko Sweeney

A family explores their relationship to running.

6 min Read
The Women of the Mimal Rangers
The Women of the Mimal Rangers
The Women of the Mimal Rangers
Amelia Moulis

Keeping ancestral knowledge alive in Arnhem Land.

12 min Read
The Money Motive
The Money Motive
The Money Motive
Gerry Lopez

Gerry Lopez recalls surfing O‘ahu’s Waimea Bay for the biggest contest purse ever offered (at the time), circa 1974.

6 min Read
The Charpoua Way
The Charpoua Way
The Charpoua Way
Floran Tomei

One family sets the pace at a historical refuge near Chamonix, France.

5 min Read
The Klabona Keepers
The Klabona Keepers
The Klabona Keepers
Edonamē (Carolyn Doody) & Tamo Campos

An Indigenous community’s 15-year struggle to successfully protect their Sacred Headwaters from industrial development.

12 min Read
We Are the Inlet
We Are the Inlet
We Are the Inlet
Nikki Sanchez

The women fighting for Southern Resident orcas.

9 min Read
What Climate People Can Learn from Conservation
What Climate People Can Learn from Conservation
What Climate People Can Learn from Conservation
Brad Wieners

An interview with Michelle Nijhuis, author of Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction.

13 min Read
Three Green Lines
Three Green Lines
Three Green Lines
Amanda Monthei

Angling beyond the wire at Manzanar concentration camp.

10 min Read
Restoring Paradise
Restoring Paradise
Restoring Paradise
Joel Caldwell

A road trip through California’s worst drought in 1,200 years, and the folks working to restore broken ecosystems and rewild lost landscapes.

16 min Read
Episode 5: The Art of Activism
Episode 5: The Art of Activism
Episode 5: The Art of Activism

Italian fisherman Paolo Fanciulli had tried everything to stop illegal deep-sea trawlers from harming his beloved Mediterranean ecosystem, but nothing worked. That’s when he hatched the plan to place 10-ton marble sculptures on the ocean floor.

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9:07
Episode 4: Silence Isn’t Silent
Episode 4: Silence Isn’t Silent
Episode 4: Silence Isn’t Silent

Patagonia and Pop-Up Magazine Productions present a series about knowledge.

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10:58
A River’s Own Name
A River’s Own Name
A River’s Own Name
Cameron Keller Scott

Poet Cameron Keller Scott reads an excerpt from his piece, A River’s Own Name.  View a video excerpt of A River’s Own Name at the link below. I. Valley Maker Suppose one day we were to wake up and understand the name of a river. Not the names we’ve given, but the name it asks us to…

8 min Read
Buffalo Spirit
Buffalo Spirit
Buffalo Spirit
Chris White Eagle

Indigenous people once shared a deep bond with the Plains bison. To revive that connection, a Cheyenne River Sioux community leader is leading by example and teaching his knowledge to others.

6 min Read
In Search of Silence
In Search of Silence
In Search of Silence
Monica Prelle

A runner explores what it takes to find quiet in the world, and in our minds.

5 min Read
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