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36 Hours in Bluff: On the road towards a Bears Ears national monument

36 Hours in Bluff: On the road towards a Bears Ears national monument
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-07-23


Time was short. It was Wednesday afternoon when my boss talked to his boss who finally gave us the green light to book a Friday flight to Salt Lake City. Then it was a crack of dawn departure from Reno to SLC, where I met Jared, Patagonia’s Social Media Producer who flew in from Ventura, before running by our store to pick up Joe and Jon, the environmental point people for Patagonia’s Salt Lake...(Read More)

Speaking Loudly for a Quiet Place

Speaking Loudly for a Quiet Place
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-07-16


After a long day of travel through pristine lakes and dense forest, we make our main camp on Long Island Lake in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. I grew up in a different Long Island, the one outside New York City, a densely populated suburb where at night I lay on the blacktop of the dead end outside our split-level house, dreaming of places as wild as this. As a kid, I canoed in lazy...(Read More)

Destination Wild Olympics

Destination Wild Olympics
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-07-09


World-Class Outdoor Recreation in the Pacific NorthwestTo protect a place, you have to know it. You have to explore it and love it. Just a two-three hour drive from Seattle, the Olympic Mountains tower over the Puget Sound. The Olympic Peninsula is an incredible place to explore with some of the largest trees on the planet, dark canyons with wild rivers and fern-draped walls and deep beds of moss...(Read More)

Dirtbag Diaries Podcast: The Ultimate Weekend Warrior

Dirtbag Diaries Podcast: The Ultimate Weekend Warrior
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-06-29


By Fitz & Becca CahallJim Herson and Anne Smith live in the Bay Area. They’re in their fifties. Jim has worked the same computer science job since he graduated college in 1982, and he and Anne have been together nearly that long. They have two kids, a 17-year-old daughter and a 13-year-old son, who they shuttle around the city in a maroon Subaru wagon. An all-around American family.Except for...(Read More)

What Do We Know About Tiny Plastic Fibers in the Ocean?

What Do We Know About Tiny Plastic Fibers in the Ocean?
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-06-22


Much has been written about the effects of plastic on the marine environment, from the Texas-sized Great Pacific garbage patch, to bottles expelled from cruise ships washed up on the beach, to “ghost” nets and weirs abandoned by factory-sized trawlers, and more. A new report on marine plastics was presented at the World Economic Forum earlier this year. It highlights the gravity of plastic...(Read More)

Down the Indian Creek Rabbit Hole: An excerpt from ‘American Climber’

Down the Indian Creek Rabbit Hole: An excerpt from ‘American Climber’
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-06-15


By Luke MehallAfter El Capitan, my desire for wall climbing diminished. Perhaps it was growing older, or perhaps it was just my surroundings. The Black Canyon was no longer an hour away. Yosemite was no longer in my waking dreams every day. Durango was so close to the desert, and thus the desert became all that mattered to me in climbing. Just like wall climbing, the desert is a fantastic rabbit...(Read More)

America’s Great Bears Face a Dire Future: An open letter to President Obama and how you can help

America’s Great Bears Face a Dire Future: An open letter to President Obama and how you can help
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-06-08


By Doug PeacockThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced plans in March to remove Endangered Species Act protections from the Yellowstone grizzly bear. Patagonia along with many other environmental NGOs and over 110,000 people have already voiced their opposition to delisting Yellowstone grizzly bears during the public comment period that ended May 10th. With grizzly bears still...(Read More)

Mālama Honua: Hōkūle‘a’s Voyage of Hope – Part 2, The Sāmoan Way

Mālama Honua: Hōkūle‘a’s Voyage of Hope – Part 2, The Sāmoan Way
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-06-01


By Jennifer AllenThis year marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S. National Parks—and on the worldwide Mālama Honua voyage, the crew of the Hōkūleʻa has visited several, including those in American Sāmoa, St John in the Caribbean, the Everglades in Florida, and coming up in early June, Governors Island in New York City. Along the way, the crew has learned how every community has its...(Read More)

The Time is Now – Protect Bears Ears [Updated]

The Time is Now – Protect Bears Ears [Updated]
Written by Lamont Bollinger on 2016-05-24


By Kitty CalhounIn southeastern Utah, a battle has been brewing between conservationists, recreationalists and resource extractionists. The pressure on all sides has increased as the stakes grow higher. At risk is the preservation of climbing in Indian Creek, Castle Valley, Fisher Towers, San Rafael Swell, Valley of the Gods, Texas and Arch Canyons, Lockhart Basin, Comb Ridge, and other remote areas...(Read More)





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