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Earth Is Now Our Only Shareholder

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resources we have. This is what we can do.

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Spring Cleaning for The Tin Shed

 /  Feb 25, 2009 3 Min Read  /  Community

Tinshed-main Howdy friends and neighbors! It's time to step back into the Tin Shed for a whole new round of goodness.

Spring greening means time for cleaning, and our crew has gone to town on the Tin Shed. We've dusted off, tuned up, and styled out the Shed with all new videos, audio tracks, slide shows, and the latest tasty teasers from a stellar lineup of new films. Some of the gems to look for in your next visit:

180° South (video) – Inpired by Yvon Chouinard’s1968 road trip to Patagonia, Woodshed Films shares the trailer for their new film about friends, heroes and finding one's way in a complicated world.

Snow Many Possibilities (video) – Big-mountain skier Trevor Hiatt returns to the backcountry after an accident that sidelined him from skiing for over a year.

Luxury Liner: The First Ascent of Supercrack (video) – Travel back to 1976 when Earl Wiggins and friends made the first ascent of Supercrack, one of Indian Creek’s most perfect splitter hand cracks.

SCORE! – Poke around the shed for your chance to save big the next time you buy Patagonia gear. Get in quick, this little find will only be around for a short time.

Hit the jump for more new additions, along with a complete list of what's waiting for you in the Shed.

The Present (video) – Artist and filmmaker Thomas Campbell, creator of The Seedling and Sprout, offers a look at his new surf film: The Present.

Freedom to Roam (video & slide show) – For many animals, to roam means to survive. What happens when habitats are fragmented by fences and highways?

An Attempt at the Ogre (slide show & video) – Colin Haley and Maxime Turgeon attempt to climb Pakistan’s Ogre (7285m) in alpine style.

Long Ways (video) – Jonny Copp reflects on the calling of alpinism and the rewarding elements of a climbing expedition through a montage of footage from his many trips.

The Power of Jam (video & narrated slide show) – In October 2008, two Belgian climbers, Nico Favresse and Seán Villanueva, set a rare new free route on El Cap – The Secret Passage.

Sacred Stones (video & field report) – Canadian climber Sonnie Trotter spent four months in India exploring Hampi’s boulders and Indian culture.

Climbing the Elephant’s Perch (narrated slide show) – Majka Burhardt and Sarah Watson hike into Idaho’s Sawtooth Range with the aim of climbing the classic Beckey Route on Elephant’s Perch.

Substituted by Blue (video) – Belinda Peterson-Baggs and friends surf Sri Lanka and West Sumatra – in two countries famous for civil wars and tsunami disasters, the surfers also hoped to leave something beneficial behind.

All Points South (video) – Save The Waves Coalition investigates the struggle between surfers, fishermen and the large, coastal pulp industry polluting Chile’s water.

FCD Surfboards (video) – Fletcher Chouinard Designs builds high-performance handcrafted surfboards using stronger, less toxic materials. See how it's done.

Waddington Steeps (video) – Skiers JD Hare and Dave Gauley drop into British Columbia’s Mount Waddington region for some backcountry turns.

Fly Fishing Films (video) – Watch three trailers and a short film from the fly-fishing filmmakers at AEG Media, Burl Productions and Felt Soul Media.

Drop by the Shed to feed your roots with classic tales, check out fresh footage from the cutting edge, and maybe find yourself a sweet deal on your next Patagonia purchase. Thanks for tuning in!

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