Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 30, 2019
In this paperback book, Patagonia has captured the best wisdom and advice of 20 years of the renowned Tools Conference, creating a resource for any organization hoping to hone core skills for success in the environmental movement. Explore the Tools for Grassroots Activists:
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 23, 2019
The Balkan Peninsula is home to the last wild rivers in Europe. However, a deluge of more than 3,000 proposed hydropower developments threaten to destroy the culture and ecology of this forgotten region.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 23, 2019
High in the Himalayan hinterlands of southwest China, three majestic mountains soar above sprawling floodplains that spill into the country’s sweltering lowlands.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 16, 2019
On a narrow path through Florida's Everglades Headwaters, three friends embark on a journey to survey a fragile wilderness corridor before it disappears forever.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 16, 2019
White Pocket is one of the most stunning features of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona. Andrew Walker, the videographer, shot this overfly of the park. "[I] recently got a drone and I've always wanted to see White Pocket from the air.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 09, 2019
At the heart of the Alaskan Pebble Mine controversy, the Koktuli River winds its way through the Alaskan bushland from its source at Frying Pan Lake to Bristol Bay.
Type: Media
Date Posted: May 12, 2019
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.
Type: Media
Date Posted: May 05, 2019
Love mountain biking? We sure do, and we’re glad to have so many great trails open to us all over the country. That’s why, whenever we hit the trails, we’re careful to follow these Leave No Trace tips.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 21, 2019
‘Space to Roam’ is a film inspired by all the unique structures, patterns, and overall “otherworldly” landscapes found in Southwestern America’s public lands in hopes of protecting them. This project is dedicated to the people who preserve the history of and protect our public lands.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 21, 2019
At the heart of the Alaskan Pebble Mine controversy, the Koktuli River winds its way through the Alaskan bushland from its source at Frying Pan Lake to Bristol Bay.