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Over the past 10 months, we have been working diligently to develop a new wool supply chain that reflects high, and verifiable, standards for both animal welfare and land management. We’ve now reached some important milestones, and we’d like to update our customers on what we have accomplished so far and what we have yet to accomplish.

Read Our Wool Restart at The Cleanest Line: pat.ag/OurWoolRestart


Photo: Jeanne Carver, The Imperial Stock Ranch in Wasco County, Oregon is one of two new Patagonia wool suppliers. 
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The Brian Russel hustle — five 14'ers in one day. Eastern Sierras. Photo: Ken Etzel
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"I accept that these adaptive climbs and paddles are even more work than the usual sufferfests and that the outcome is even more fraught with unpredictability due to the unique bodies and minds of the team members. But isn’t that why we go anyway?"

Head over to The Cleanest Line to check out 'Power of the Possible: Climbing with polio in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison': http://pat.ag/yjb2

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Bears Ears needs you in Bluff! We'll be live covering the public meeting with U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell. Hear from Patagonia Ambassadors Kitty Calhoun and Caroline Gleich, Josh Ewing of Friends of Cedar Mesa, Matt Keller of The Wilderness Society, The Conservation Alliance as well as passionate members of the Native American tribal and environmental activist communities.

Coverage starts tomorrow morning at 9:30am MDT: pat.ag/LIVE

Five Reasons Bears Ears Needs to be Protected as a National Monument: pat.ag/BearsEarsNow

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There’s no place on Earth like southeastern Utah’s Bears Ears region.
Read Five Reasons Bears Ears Needs to be Protected as a National Monument at The Cleanest Line: http://pat.ag/BearsEarsNow

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Inner calm on the Colorado. Photo: Forest Woodward
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Robyn checks in with her #WornWear story—6 Seasons (and counting) of Canadian bush work. Read more #WornWear stories & submit your own at: http://wornwear.patagonia.com/

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Triple digit temperatures didn't stop the conservation community from showing their support to permanently #ProtectBearsEarsNow. And we were there cover it.

Check out what went down last weekend in '36 Hours in Bluff: On the road towards a Bears Ears national monument': http://pat.ag/36Hours

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"All this water, and the way it is connected, is what makes this place at once beautiful and vulnerable. As easily as we pass through the lakes and forests, so, too, can the chemicals we unleash."

Save the Boundary Waters by Speaking Loudly for a Quiet Place at The Cleanest Line: http://pat.ag/BoundaryWaters

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“All of the cultural resources are part of the human experience and belong to everyone, and I think everyone should take responsibility for protecting them. This is such an important part of history, and there are still many beautiful stories to be told.”—Jim Enote, Zuni

pat.ag/BearsEarsNow

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"The Owyhee is alive." Jeff Browning and Jesse Haynes set off for a four-day, 170-mile trail run through the last darkness in the Owyhee Canyon Land on the Oregon Desert Trail. Only to be chased by storms, run through rivers and come so close to their goal they can almost taste it.

Read story by Jeff and see a slideshow by Fredrik Marmsater on #TheCleanestLine: http://pat.ag/TheOwyheeCanyonlands

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"I'm after the cleanest line on the steepest part of the face." We've just re-launched our beloved blog.

Welcome to the all new #TheCleanestLine: pat.ag/TheCleanestLine
Photo: Juan Luis de Heeckeren

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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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