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More Corals. More Fish.

| Yessenia Funes

This marine sanctuary in the Gulf of Mexico is one of many biodiversity hotspots in the US that need more federal protection.

A Conversation with Surfboard Designer Fletcher Chouinard

| Sean Doherty

At Fletcher Chouinard Designs, the focus is on durable, high-performing equipment that lets you have fun no matter what the ocean is doing.

COP26 is over. But the fight for climate justice remains.

| Gemma Pol

For Tish, COP26 was an opportunity to hold our political leaders accountable and ensure they felt the global pressure to act on climate.

Mind Over Mountain

| Directed by Nick Waggoner / 2021

Raising Less Wasteful Kids—Starting with One Red Hand-Me-Down Jacket

| Patagonia

How many days can a small kid shred if a small kid could shred pow? Mac Anderson (age 3) finds out.

Larch Love

| Colin Wiseman

An Ode to Larix Iyallii.

Dispatch from Fairy Creek

| Maia Wikler

Why a logging protest has become Canada’s largest act of civil disobedience.

My Pink Baggies

| Laura Johnston

"Dear Patagonia,

My pink Patagonia Baggies Shorts are the best shorts I’ve ever owned. In 2016, I wore them for 180 straight days when thru-hiking the 2,189.1-mile Appalachian Trail (AT); and in 2017, I wore them for 135 days while thru-hiking the 2,650.1-mile Pacific Crest Trail (PCT)...."

The Big-Wave Safety Paradox

| Greg Long

Are the recent advancements in safety equipment and protocols making big-wave lineups more dangerous?

Recycling Is Broken. Now What?

| Michele Bianchi

“We have to choose between sending it to a landfill, sending it to the incinerator or holding on to it until we find a better solution. Since we chose the latter, our stockpile is taking up a room in our Reno warehouse.”

Don’t Buy This Jacket, Black Friday and the New York Times

| Patagonia

Why run an ad in The New York Times on Black Friday telling people, “Don’t Buy This Jacket”?

Big Gas Don't Surf

| Sean Doherty

Iconic coastlines should not become gas fields. Surfers around Australia are ready to paddle out and defend them.

Trails for Everybody

| Teal Stetson-Lee

An interview with Gabo Benoit, trail advocate and mountain-bike mayor of Coyhaique, Chile.

Higher Ground

| Austin Siadak & Richelle Kimble

Discovering that climbing is for them.

Anchoring for Change

| Morgan Williamson

How Liz Clark’s Tahitian residency opened a new chapter in her activist work.

For the Land We Inhabit

| Felipe Cancino

The communities of Cajón del Maipo, in Chile, are seeing their environment be threatened by an unnecessary hydroelectric project.

Way out West

| Ula Majewski

Extreme beach cleans on the wild south-west coast of Tasmania.

Watch They/Them

| Patagonia

For Lor Sabourin, climbing is more than a sport; it’s a way of exploring identity and building resilience in the face of adversity.

Water Always Wins

| Kristian Jackson

A lesson in the rules of trail building.

Becoming Ruby

| Patagonia

A Mountain Bike film about inclusion, identity and hand-drawn heroes.

The Joy of Junky Windslop

| Daniel Duane

Tapping into the beginner’s mind while teaching his daughter to surf.

We’ve Got the Energy

| Zoe Hart

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

Be Brave. Be Kind. Go Get ‘Em!

| Aimee Eaton

We spend our first 40 weeks in water. Some of us never get over it.

Digging for Answers

| Johnie Gall

We’re entering Earth’s sixth mass extinction, but clues about this climate crisis could be right under our feet.

The Ghost Trees of Santa Isabel

| Belinda Baggs

Out on the fringes of the Western Pacific, the seas encroach.

Running the Isle

| Monica Prelle

Exploring one of the least visited but most revisited national parks in the US, on foot.

Island Time

| Dave Rastovich

Dave Rastovich sets out to articulate the indescribable, immersed in one of the country's most hallowed surf spots, but with a barrage of threats on the horizon.

All You Can Do

| Mădălina Preda & Meaghen Brown

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

Donating with Dignity

| Sarah Mirk

The dos and don’ts of donating your used clothes.

Tread Lightly

| Emmeline Wang

Finding the intersection of identity, stewardship and rock climbing.

The Return of a Surf Classic

| Kim McCoy + Willard Newell Bascom

Co-author Kim McCoy recounts discovering the mystery of what lies beneath the waves, where ocean and land meet and compete.

The Ancient Tree Hunter

| Jayme Moye

As the old-growth logging crisis heats up in Canada, a photographer goes searching for trees to save them.

Sew-cial Distancing

| Patagonia

Making face masks in the time of COVID-19: when “breathable face fabric” takes on a whole new meaning.

One Big Lie

| Richard Flanagan

An excerpt from ‘Toxic’, Richard Flanagan’s stunning exposé of the Tasmanian salmon industry.

Did You Ever Think?

| Kim Strom

After a difficult year, a runner finds life anew in the Sierra.

Harvesting Liberty: A Film About Growing Hemp

| Dan Malloy & Jill Dumain

Two non-profit groups, Fibershed and The Growing Warriors Project, are working to reintroduce industrial hemp into Kentucky—and eventually U.S. agriculture.

Biirrinba is Life

| Alistair Klinkenberg

Childhood friends, Hayley Talbot and Dan Ross, are determined to save a mighty river.

Carving Space for More Black Surfers

| Malik Peay

Building positivity, inspiration and purpose out of a racist encounter in Los Angeles.

Small Is Still Beautiful

| Rachel G. Clark

Tough and uncertain, organic cotton farming accounts for less than 1 percent of US cotton production. For this family, that’s why it’s a calling.

How We Got Here: Organic Cotton

| Michele Bianchi

The story of our switch to organic cotton starts with a bout of headaches and a trip to the lunar landscape of the San Joaquin Valley’s conventional cotton fields.

Planting Beans in the Apocalypse

| Alejandra Oliva

Finding ways to grow food and sow hope in a small apartment in Chicago.

Wear and Tear

| Paul West

From shelf to soil and everything in-between – the unexpected lifecycle of Paul West’s tees.

Jerry’s Wisdom

| Caroline Gleich

Caroline Gleich grapples with the fears that come with an aging parent and the pressure she feels to have a child before her dad is gone.

A New Surf Culture

| Stephanie Vermillion

This Great Lakes surfer never felt represented in the surf scene, so she created a new surf culture of her own.

Four Fifths a Grizzly

| Doug Chadwick

A book excerpt about how the microbes within us and the genes we share with other wild creatures are key dimensions of being human.

Mummy, Where Do Clothes Come From?

| Allison Gibson

Nearly every Wednesday, Courtney Reynolds can be found elbow-deep in a bin of someone else’s castoffs, searching for scraps of fabric and colourful quilts to

The Complicated Gift of Inclement Weather

| Rolando Garibotti

Weather has a way of complicating – and enriching – everything.

Her Stride

| Molly Baker

Natasha Woodworth, the designer behind Patagonia’s new backcountry ski touring kits, approaches skiing and technical design with the same understated competence

How We Turn Scraps into New Gear

| Patagonia

What if we could wear our garbage? That’s the idea behind ReCrafted.

Farming for our Future

| Gemma Pol

Black Duck Foods is sowing seeds for First Nations food sovereignty.

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