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Garrett Grove
Our Acknowledgment

We’re learning how to become an antiracist company.

Patagonia
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Stitch in Time

As a repaired shirt becomes more of an original, it still takes the author back.

Brad Wieners
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Colin Haley’s Clothing System for Alpine Climbing in the Chaltén Massif

6,000 words about dressing for alpine climbing you didn’t know you needed to know.

Colin Haley
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The Energy Revolution Starts at Home

In 1991 Dirk Vansintjan co-founded Ecopower, a Belgian renewable energy cooperative that now has more than 60,000 members. He has advice on how communities can achieve energy democracy.

Mădălina Preda
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The Eddie Must Go (On)

Clyde Aikau on why the most culturally significant big-wave event in surfing will always matter.

Morgan Williamson
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Sendero Luminoso

Back to the Wind River Range.

Josh Wharton
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Transplanting Traditions

On a small farm outside Minneapolis, Minnesota, a farmer takes a regenerative approach to keeping his community fed.

Jonnah Perkins
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Moving the Needle

As editor of the world’s largest mountain bike magazine, Nicole Formosa showed her audience the world’s largest issues—and revealed the sport’s resistance to confronting them.

Matt Coté
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Everyone’s Wildness

A wildlife ecologist reflects on the public lands that are his escape hatch and life’s work.

J. Drew Lanham
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One Year Since Australia’s Black Summer

Photographer Paolo Pellegrin captured the aftermath of the wildfires that burned through Australia in 2019.

Sean Doherty
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The Gift of Stories

Why well-loved gear is the best gift of all.

Stephanie Vermillion
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Connecting the Cochamó and Puelo Valleys

A dead-end dirt road is the start to a new challenge—and a fight to protect South America’s Yosemite.

Felipe Cancino
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Soulcraft

Words and wisdom from two Montana runners.

Meaghen Brown
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Trust The Scientists

Why we rely on lab tests and data more than ever to make decisions about our products.

Mădălina Preda
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Bodies of Water

When a swimmer first knew she belonged.

Bonnie Tsui
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Death to the Zipper!

The zipper is one of the most elegantly functional features in design. It’s also one of the most frustrating barriers to fully recycled, easily repairable gear.

Sakeus Bankson
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At the River’s Edge

How one suburban mountain biker’s vision for a trail system reshaped a former industrial town—and turned trail building into a family tradition.

Julie Huang Tucker
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Calculating Risk

Reflecting on a lifetime of climbing, and the risks and rewards that come with it.

Mikey Schaefer
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Solving For Z

Solving for Z explores IFMGA guide and father Zahan Billimoria’s relationship to the intoxicating highs and crushing blows of a life in the high-risk environment of big mountain skiing.

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The Relentless Push and Pull of a Mountain Guide

How Zahan Billimoria recalibrated after unthinkable tragedy.

Matt Hansen
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Hair of the Dog

A skiing family’s shear joy.

Bonnie Tsui
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Can We Stop Greenwashing?

What was once a nuisance—overselling environmental gains—now conceals the apparel industry’s role in the climate crisis.

Elizabeth L. Cline
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She’s Taking Out the Trash

One woman’s decades-long fight for clean air and environmental justice.

Andrew O’Reilly
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It’s All Home Water: The Crash of Florida's Tarpon Capitol

A Small Florida Town Was Once Host to the World’s Largest Tarpon. What Happened?

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Rotpunkt: Bibliographie

Alex Megos finds a new limit.

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Dead Friends and Ocean Risk Management

Kohl Christensen discusses how BWRAG came to be and his recent near-death experience courtesy of Pipeline's reef.

Morgan Williamson
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A Matter of Love

Marie-France Roy on speaking up for our home planet.

Colin Wiseman
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Haunted by Unwanted Clothes

Why is it so hard to get rid of used clothes in an ethical way?

Sarah Mirk
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Quality Is an Environmental Issue

Patagonia’s quality rating system is designed with ecological footprint in mind. Here’s why.

Patagonia
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Polyester

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.

Meaghen Brown
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Low Water, Loose Stone

Traveling by canoe in a desert miles from nowhere.

Thorpe Moeckel
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Bison Hide

Two Patagonia styles this season use bison hide. Grazing bison help restore prairie ecosystems, whereas grazing cattle can damage native grasses.

Jeff McElroy
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The Resonance of Stone

“Castleton Tower has a pulse. We have a pulse. The Earth has a pulse.”

Terry Tempest Williams
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You Call Yourself an Angler?

Conservation, fishing and the 2020 election.

Stephen Sautner
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We've Got The Energy

The ups and downs of transitioning power to the people in the Chamonix Valley.

Zoe Hart
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New Routing (and Photogenic Wildlife) in Kenya

Eric Bissell captured his first published image with Patagonia on a climbing trip to establish a new route on Mount Ololokwe.

Eric Bissell
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