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Patagonia Burlington is excited to host a screening of< Patagonia’s newest film, The Yin & Yang of Gerry Lopez.

Please join us for Patagonia's latest feature-length film starring the incredible surfer Gerry Lopez, hosted at and partnered with Hula Lakeside!

Wednesday, July 27
Doors: 6:30 PM, Film: 7 PM
Suggested Donation: $5-10 to benefit The Rozalia Project

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Patagonia Burlington is excited to host a screening of< Patagonia’s newest film, Newtok.

Please join us for a screening of Patagonia’s newest film, Newtok, about the town of Newtok, Alaska which is quickly experiencing the effects of climate change.

Thursday, March 24 at Merrill's Roxy Cinema
Doors: 6:30 PM, Film: 7 PM
Tickets: $10 to benefit 350Vermont

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Public Trust Film Screening at the Sunset-Drive In.

Feeling inspired? Here's what can you do:

1. Text "DEFEND" to 52886 to find out how to contribute to this important fight for public lands.

2. Watch, re-watch, and share the full feature film now (below).

3. VOTE for public lands and the planet - elect climate leaders now: 
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JOIN US AT THE DRIVE-IN
for a special screening of Patagonia's new documentary Public Trust

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15

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Patagonia Ambassador Nick Russell speaks at the Snow Activism Tour at Patagonia Burlington. Photo Credit: Zach Walbridge.

This past Thursday, Patagonia Burlington hosted Patagonia Action Work's Snow Activism Tour with two film screenings and a discussion about fighting the climate crisis in your own backyard. Patagonia ambassador Nick Russell hosted the event and asked the audience "What Would you do Without Winter?".

This issue was top of mind as Vermont was coming off a weekend of 55 degrees and heavy rain, a huge loss of snow pack in the mountains. January thaws typically happen every year, but this was extreme.

Ironically, the following Thursday on the day of the Snow Activism event, Vermont got a few inches of heavy snow and then a significant drop in temperatures the next day. Then a snow storm hit over the weekend and the mountains gained another 6-10". Vermont dodged a bullet and we quickly got our winter back! Vermonters and tourists here for the holiday weekend rejoiced - but the elephant in the room remained.

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The Skirack, Inc family at the Intervale Center and Conservation Nursery. Photo Credit: Zach Walbridge.

The scarcity of jewels ensures their worth,
so now we search the earth in earnest for
the items left unloved awhile ago
when great abundance led us to ignore
resources now more precious than before.

I was born and raised in Burlington. When I was a kid, the Intervale was a scary wasteland that people used as a junk yard. When the beltline went in around 1971, you could drive through it and still see parts of old cars around, some even hanging from the cliffs to the west of the wetlands. It was kind of creepy cool to see from a car, but not a place that made you want to get out and walk around.

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Third Annual Intervale Field Day

Jul 11, 2019 3:23:45 AM

The Patagonia Burlington and Vermont Trailwear staff group photo at the annual Field Day on June 5 at the Intervale Center. Photo: Zach Walbridge.

This April, Patagonia was excited to once again award the Intervale Center with another $20,000 grant for their Riparian Restoration & Land Stewardship Project to continue their work in raising awareness within our community about the importance of riparian buffers for the health of our waterways and to continue to grow the conservation nursery itself.

When I first arrived in Burlington four years ago, the Intervale was something that I couldn’t fully wrap my brain around. The concept that there could be a large piece of land in the middle of a city that provides local food to its residents, while also caring for the land, hosting community events, and providing a shared space for small farms to seemed completely foreign to me. Over my years here, I have seen evidence of the Intervale everywhere.

A couple years ago, my roommate andRead More

           
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3 Years Running

Jun 4, 2019 6:23:46 PM

The Patagonia Burlington 2019 Vermont City Marathon 5 person relay team, all but John (center) wearing Capilene Cool Trail Shirts and Nine Trail Shorts. Gabby is second from the right.

I’d like to start by saying I hate running. I’ve never been particularly good at it, my asthmatic lungs and I are a prime example of Darwinism, had modern technology medicine not been created. I do, however, love the Vermont City Marathon and the Patagonia Burlington 5 person relay team I’ve gotten to be a part of for the past three years.

In 2017, the first year I was asked to be on the relay team I said yes and instantly regretted it. I was hopelessly under prepared to run the whopping 3.4 miles of the first leg. I had about a month or so to train, and race day came and I would have said I was in no way ready to go. I ran my leg at a nice little pace averaging 10 minute miles, something that is unimpressive to some but the fact that I kept running for the entirety of the leg was good enough for me.

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"Riparian" Film Premier Wrap Up

Mar 11, 2019 2:27:43 PM

The crowd watches the film premier of "Riparian" at Patagonia Burlington. Photo credit: Zach Walbridge.

As a locally owned and operated store, Patagonia Burlington is fortunate enough to collaborate with local action-oriented organizations. Through Patagonia’s environmental grant program, we partnered with Burlington’s Intervale Center and the Intervale Conservation Nursery to create a grant proposal. Over the last 2 years, the Intervale Conservation Nursery has been awarded $25,000 to raise awareness within our community about the importance of riparian buffers for the health of our waterways and to continue to grow the conservation nursery itself.

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Treeline Film Screening at Patagonia Burlington Thursday November 16

Join us for Treeline, a film celebrating the forests on which our species has always depended, and around which some skiers and snowboarders have based their entire lives.

Follow a group of snow-seekers, scientists and healers as they explore the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia and the bristlecone pines of Nevada, delving deeper into the rich environments they call home.

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