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How is your clothing made? The Hirdaramani Factory in Agalawatte, Sri Lanka is a Fair Trade Certified sewing factory in charge of knitting many of our sportswear styles. The factory implements social programs for their employees and empowers more than 50 local farmers by teaching organic farming practices, then purchasing the produce for the factory café.

Learn more about how we are out to change the industry with Fair Trade: http://pat.ag/FairTradeNow
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In 2015, we commissioned a study with the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management at UC Santa Barbara to find out if and how our iconic fleece and other synthetic products were contributing to the microplastics problem. The results are in and they aren't pretty.

Learn more about the study and next steps to reduce microfibers in the outdoor apparel industry at Outside Magazine: http://pat.ag/yhbt

The image shows fibers captured on a 20 micron filter. A micron (or micrometer) equals one millionth of a meter (a centimeter is one hundredth of a meter). The fibers were captured by filtering washing machine effluent after washing a Patagonia jacket. The scale in the photo indicates the length of 1,000 microns. Photo: Shreya Sonar
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Each star for the flag in Harvesting Liberty was hand embroidered by master craftswoman Debora Krekel. The purpose of the time taken is as meaningful as the hemp seeds cultivated within.

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"Looking back now, I still feel like we got away with something on that second day of climbing."

But what? You might ask...

Read Sonnie Trotter's Tasmanian adventure on The Cleanest Line: http://pat.ag/4uvl

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We are so proud of our CEO Rose Marcario joining Michelle Obama and a long list of incredible women at the first ever #StateOfWomen.

Today, we'll change tomorrow.

Watch live and join the conversation – The United State of Women: http://pat.ag/StateOfWomen
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The Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run is the world's oldest 100-mile trail race. Starting in Squaw Valley, California and ending 100.2 miles later in Auburn, California, the Western States 100, in the decades since its inception in 1974, has come to represent one of the ultimate endurance tests in the world.

Congrats to our ambassadors Jeff Browning on a 3rd Place finish and Jesse Haynes for a 10th place finish yesterday at the #WS100!

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It's not the climb so much as the accommodation that puts you on edge at Mount Aspiring National Park, New Zealand. Photo: Forest Woodward
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With 265 million acres of National Park Service protected by President Obama, we couldn't be more thankful.

Show Obama a good time in Yosemite this weekend with #ElPrezatElCap.

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In 1994, we made the decision to take a stand against chemically intensive cotton and switch to organically grown cotton throughout our line. When we first launched our organic cotton line in 1996, organic cotton was less than 1% of all cotton grown and it still is today.
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"I look forward to a future where we marvel once again at that which is all around us." Rebecca Burgess examines the fibers of a recently finished hemp and cotton flag.

Read her story: http://pat.ag/WomensActiveStories

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Introduction

Patagonia grew out of a small company that made tools for climbers. Alpinism remains at the heart of a worldwide business that still makes clothes for climbing – as well as for skiing, snowboarding, surfing, fly fishing, paddling and trail running. These are all silent sports. None requires a motor; none delivers the cheers of a crowd. In each sport, reward comes in the form of hard-won grace and moments of connection between us and nature.

Our values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist style they promoted. The approach we take towards product design demonstrates a bias for simplicity and utility. 

For us at Patagonia, a love of wild and beautiful places demands participation in the fight to save them, and to help reverse the steep decline in the overall environmental health of our planet. We donate our time, services and at least 1% of our sales to hundreds of grassroots environmental groups all over the world who work to help reverse the tide. 

We know that our business activity – from lighting stores to dyeing shirts – creates pollution as a by-product. So we work steadily to reduce those harms. We use recycled polyester in many of our clothes and only organic, rather than pesticide-intensive, cotton.

Staying true to our core values during thirty-plus years in business has helped us create a company we're proud to run and work for. And our focus on making the best products possible has brought us success in the marketplace.

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