We’re learning how to become an antiracist company.
What was once a nuisance—overselling environmental gains—now conceals the apparel industry’s role in the climate crisis.
One woman’s decades-long fight for clean air and environmental justice.
A Small Florida Town Was Once Host to the World’s Largest Tarpon. What Happened?
Alex Megos finds a new limit.
Kohl Christensen discusses how BWRAG came to be and his recent near-death experience courtesy of Pipeline's reef.
Marie-France Roy on speaking up for our home planet.
Why is it so hard to get rid of used clothes in an ethical way?
Patagonia’s quality rating system is designed with ecological footprint in mind. Here’s why.
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.
Traveling by canoe in a desert miles from nowhere.
Two Patagonia styles this season use bison hide. Grazing bison help restore prairie ecosystems, whereas grazing cattle can damage native grasses.
“Castleton Tower has a pulse. We have a pulse. The Earth has a pulse.”
Conservation, fishing and the 2020 election.
Eric Bissell captured his first published image with Patagonia on a climbing trip to establish a new route on Mount Ololokwe.
Natasha Woodworth, the designer behind Patagonia’s new backcountry ski touring kits, approaches skiing and technical design with the same understated competence.
Who made the first hammer, the thing that’s used to make other things? For blacksmiths, it starts with the forge—and it’s hammers all the way down.
Of forests, fire and fish.
Observations of unraveling ecosystems from the snow-lovers of Sitka, Alaska.
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.
Climate policy expert Leah Stokes on how fossil fuel interests undermine American climate policy, and what you can do to stop it.
Eighty percent of the down we're using this season is recycled. The new down is Advanced GTDS Certified.
Snow lovers and professional athletes are mobilizing to elect climate leaders.
Patagonia Fly Fish releases “We Stand for the Water We Stand In” poster.
Roping up for a global protest.
In the second installment of our “Best of Home” series, photographer, writer and editor Colin Wiseman takes us to Washington State’s gloomy, fern-filled Whatcom County for a signature Pacific Northwest ride.
A climber remembers her first experience with theunexpected on Thalay Sagar.
If we continue trying to save the world one species at a time we will fail; it is time to redefine our relationship with nature so that we save all of nature.
Eliza Earle, Austin Siadak, Drew Smith on the 2019 fall climbing season in Yosemite.
A yearslong quest to find the right chile.
A reminder of why voting is essential to the protection of our public lands.
Karen Diver of the Fond du Lac Band on how protecting lands and waters can provide solutions to climate change.
How we found our photographic style.
The Red Desert in southwest Wyoming is the largest unfenced area in the continental United States. In order to raise awareness about this threatened ecosystem, several Wyoming conservation groups have banded together to organize a trail race that brings runners, local stakeholders, and concerned citizens together to experience this place and see exactly what is at stake.
A tale of tinkering.
Thoughts on activism from a year of filming Public Trust.