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Regenerative Organic Certified™ Cotton

We’re promoting Regenerative Organic practices with cotton farmers in India.


We have drastically changed our climate in just over a century. Growing food and fiber with industrial techniques and harmful chemicals is one of the main causes of climate change, contributing up to one-quarter of annual emissions. Shifting to an agricultural system rooted in organic, no- and low-till practices can help benefit soil while also sequestering carbon.


The number of farmers who are part of Patagonia's Regenerative Organic Certified™ programs for cotton.
Where We Are

We piloted our first crop of cotton in India in 2018, working with more than 150 farmers to implement the highest organic standard, Regenerative Organic. Since then, the cotton program has grown to include over 2,200 farmers. This farming method aims to rehabilitate soil, respect animal welfare and improve the lives of farmers. In Spring 2022, we launched our first Regenerative Organic Certified™ cotton products.

What’s Next

We hope to launch even more Regenerative Organic Certified apparel as our program progresses in the next few years. These practices don't just help to rebuild soil and protect farmers. Supporting regenerative methods are also a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, help restore the health of our planet and work toward a brighter future.

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