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Diane Ragone, wearing a colorful skirt, interviews a breadfruit expert while sitting on a red bench in front of a green and red storefront
Breadfruit Institute

The Breadfruit Institute is a research partner based in Kaua'i.

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Teacher leading workshop with breadfruit farmers in outdoor classroom
Jungle Foods

Based in Costa Rica, Jungle Foods is our sourcing partner for breadfruit, which they process into flour that's used in our Breadfruit Crackers.

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Image of home on Oahu surrounded by breadfruit trees
A Polynesian Perspective

“Engage with humility, embrace with respect, sustain with aloha.”

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People cooking breadfruit over hot rocks next to rectangular baskets made of braided coconut stems and leaves
A Brief but Amazing History of Breadfruit

Sometime before 3,000 B.C., ocean explorers from the South Pacific and what’s now Taiwan set out across the Pacific to settle new lands, and breadfruit saplings went with them. 

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Person peeling skin from roasted breadfruit with knife
The Nutritious, Gluten-Free Breadfruit

Eaten as a starchy staple, the fruit is gluten free and easily milled into flour.

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Jungle Project co-founder Gustavo Angulo walking through a breadfruit agroforest in Costa Rica
The Road to
Regenerative Organic Certified™

Miranda Crowell
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Photo of house nestled in breadfruit trees
Agroforestry

Patagonia Provisions is partnering with farmers who have been rediscovering ancient systems of growing food crops.

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Good Health from the Ground Up
Good Health from the Ground Up

Nutrition depends on living soil 

Miranda Crowell
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Wild Idea Buffalo roam free on the Great Plains in the snow
The Wrath of Atlas

In the Northern Great Plains, all the seasons have their attractions, but there are possibilities for misery too.

Dan O’Brien
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Bison grazing in a healthy pasture
What Buffalo Eat

A healthy pasture on the Northern Great Plains is home to 2,095 species of amphibians, reptiles, mammals, butterflies, birds, grasses, sedges, and wildflowers. Bison graze here.

Dan O'Brien
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Close image of a pile of freshly washed mangoes
A Farm Grows In the Jungle

The path to more fruitful farming.

Birgit Cameron
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Black and white photograph of Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard
What’s at Stake Is the Future of Humankind: An Interview with Yvon Chouinard

“We’ve come to the conclusion that the best thing we can possibly do is support regenerative agriculture." —Yvon Chouinard, founder, Patagonia

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Puget Sound net-pen protesters raise signs and fists from a skiff
Taking Back Puget Sound

A bold plan to kick net-pen salmon farms out for good.

Dylan Tomine
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Hook and line boat in the Bay of Biscay, fishing for mackerel
A Spanish Way to Fish the Future

On the Galician coast, a pioneering company adapts centuries-old traditions to a modern age. 

Lisa Abend
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Yvon Chouinard, Doug Tompkins and Lito Tejada-Flores pausing for a lunch break before continuing their ascent of Fitz Roy in 1968.
Chasing a Flavor

A years-long quest to find the right chile 

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Colored scanning electron micrograph of the Escherichia coli bacteria within the small intestine
Feeding the Gut Microbiome

The hidden connections between the health of soil, plants and our gut.

Emeran A . Mayer, MD
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Seeds sprouting with fine white roots on a cloth
Flavor First

Chef Dan Barber, cofounder of Row 7 Seed Company, talks to top seed breeders about the keys to plant flavor and nutrition— and why regionalized vegetables should be the way of t...

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Provisions bars and soup packaging samples
The Path to Better Packaging

We have a packaging problem. Here’s what we’re doing about it. 

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Hands holding a clump of soil and roots
Feeding the Soil

Hidden in the earth beneath our feet, billions of microorganisms may help reverse climate change —if we treat them right.

Liz Carlisle
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Kamut® Khorasan Wheat field at sunset
The Story of KAMUT® Khorasan Wheat

The story of KAMUT® khorasan wheat began in 1949, when a U.S. Airman stationed in Portugal received some unusual looking grain from a man claiming to have taken it from a tomb...

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Dave Oien wearing a baseball cap, glasses, and blue shirt standing in a green field
Farming Down

When Dave Oien and three friends founded Timeless Seeds in central Montana back in 1987, they had an ambitious goal: to create farming systems that could be sustained without ch...

Liz Carlisle
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A lone Buffalo standing in golden grassy prairie with rolling hills in the background
Humane Harvesting

It is not possible for us to talk about eating meat without addressing the reality of harvesting animals.

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A fisherman leaning over the rail adjusting his line with two small bait fish attached
Eat the Bait: Catch Your Own

We need to eat lower on the food chain.

Dylan Tomine
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Diver sitting on a large moss-covered rock at edge of dam
Salmon Conservation

Strange as it may sound, we believe harvesting and eating wild salmon in the right numbers, from the right places, can actually help save them.

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Clear, profile view of a large school of salmon swimming
The Spark

Twenty-two years ago I abandoned civilization to follow whales.

Alexandra Morton
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What If video series illustration with plants, mountains, and a flag with globe
Regenerative Organics: Drawing a Line in the Soil

Regenerative organic agriculture includes any agricultural practice that increases soil organic matter from baseline levels over time, provides long-term economic stability for ...

Rose Marcario
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Close up view of a school of salmon swimming
The Soul Who Swims

I wonder if a vision of her life is passing before her as she lies here with that one unblinking eye staring up at the enormous trees overhead and the sunlit sky beyond them.

Dr. Carl Safina
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Split screen shot of pink salmon swimming under water, with mountains in background above
Salmon Dreams

At night I dream of salmon gliding through heavy seas, turning toward a faint scent of their birth rivers; in brackish bays feeling the pull of lunar motion and a taste of sweet...

Dylan Tomine
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Underwater shot of mussels on ropes, descending into teal blue ocean
The Secretly Sexy Organism That Might Just Save the Planet

When you write about sustainability and seafood, you have to revisit your definition of sexy.

Paul Greenberg
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Hands digging in rows of spinach using a knife tool to harvest
Organic Matters

You are what you eat. It’s a simple lesson most of us learned as children. And yet look where we are today.

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Bowl of chile with green onions and cilantro on a slate surface
The Rise of Plant-Based Chili

How far back does chili go?

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Mango grower using fabric bag on a long pole to gather mangoes
If This Mango Could Talk

A story of community, soil, health and hope

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Small blue boat in water near line of buoys
What are Salmon For?

And essay from biologist, activist and co-founder of the Wild Fish Conservancy, Bill McMillan.

Bill McMillan
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A man and woman on a boat wearing protective overalls and hats and the woman is kissing the man on his cheek
Cultivating Tradition

At Pérez Lafuente, mussels run in the family.

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Underwater image of salmon swimming
The Simple Customs of Salmon Nation

Liz Woody writes about how salmon were the first to teach us of wealth.

Ian Mcallister
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Fisherman lying on edge of dock, pulling on rope
Regenerative Ocean Farming: The (Least) Deadliest Catch

Bren Smith's article talks about the power of restorative ocean farming and delicious food grown for both people and the planet.

Bren Smith
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Bob Quinn in a white shirt, jeans, and hat, squatting down in a field of lentils, looking at growth
Real Whole Wheat

Patagonia Provisions Savory Grains bring the robust taste and high nutritional value of ancient grains to your table. Delicious and good for you.

Bob Quinn and Liz Carlisle
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A large herd of bison grazing and moving through a grassy ravine
Bison In The Badlands

The more I watch them, the more I appreciate them.

Brian Kenner
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3 salmon in mid air leaping up against a wall of water going against the current
A Natural History of Pacific Salmon

Jim Lichatowich is a fishery biologist and has spent the last 30 years working on Pacific salmon conservation.

Jim Lichatowich
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Just feet are visible as a person jumps next to 4 stacked cans of Patagonia Provisions beer, with water and rolling hills in the background
Drink Up to Draw Down

We brew two small-batch craft beers: Long Root® Pale Ale, and Long Root® Wit.

Birgit Cameron
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A small herd of silhouetted Buffalo on the range
The Great Plains Bargain

There are over 9 million species on this earth and, with little variation, we share the same genetic material with all of them.

Dan O'Brien
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Films

Breadfruit growing in among lush tree leaves
What is Breadfruit?
A Sourcing Story
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Hands holding rich soil
Part 2: Soil Is the Solution
Soil is the foundation of our food system—and life itself. It’s time for soil-centric revolution.
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Part 1: Big Agriculture Is Broken
Part 1: Big Agriculture Is Broken
Industrial farming allowed us to produce more food cheaply, but at a huge cost to our environment and health.
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Worker walking through tall rows of growing plants before harvest
Part 3: What We’re Doing (and Why)
Our new regenerative organic certification sets a high bar for soil health, worker fairness, and animal welfare—interconnected parts of any food ecosystem.
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Close shot of Hemp leaves in sunlight
Hemp Sourcing
For centuries, people have raised hemp for its fibrous stalk and tasty, nutritious seeds.
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A gloved hand holding a lentil plant with roots
The Story of Timeless Lentils
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A fisherman leaning over his small boat adjusting his fishing net
Place-Based Salmon Fishing
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A fisherman leaning over his small boat pulling a large salmon from his net
Sockeye Harvest: Yakutat, Alaska
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Two baskets full of mangoes
Mangoes for the People

 

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A man and woman on a boat wearing protective overalls and hats and the woman is kissing the man on his cheek
A Mussel Story
A story about mussel farming.
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Two fishermen on their boat wearing orange slickers and one is hosing down fish
Mackerel Sourcing

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A salmon leaping mid air against a wall of water
Why Wild Pink Salmon?
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A honey bee on a flower
Power to the Pollinators
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Hands reaching for a spread of pizza, chili, dips, grains, and raw vegetables
Made to Share: Provisions Food Boxes
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A huge elbow joint pipe spewing out fish into the water
Artifishal (Full-Length Movie)
The road to extinction is paved with good intentions
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Split screen image of fish and a pool of water outside a dam spillway
DamNation (Trailer)
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Two fisherman lifting up a reef net full of fish
The Gift of Reef Netting
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A woman in a campsite holding out a cup and spoonful of tsampa soup
The Story of Tsampa Soup
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A happy laughing girl being swung and lifted into the air
Raising the (Snack) Bar
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Hands planting a sprout in rich soil
Why Food?
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A small herd of silhouetted Buffalo on the range
Buffalo: A Great Plains Story
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Close up of honeybees in a hive on the honeycomb
Bee Movie
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A close up of a hand touching a green plant growing in a field
Unbroken Ground (Preview)
Join us on our mission to regenerate the land and restore our oceans.
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Unbroken Ground (Film)
Unbroken Ground (Film)
Join us on our mission to regenerate the land and restore our oceans.
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What If video series illustration with plants, mountains, and a flag with globe
Dirt Cheap: Could Soil Solve Climate Change?
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A lady bug on a sprouted barley in a field
The Meaning of Tsampa
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A land-based fish farm with long rows of pens
Artifishal
The road to extinction is paved with good intentions
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