Thank You Patagonia

In fifth grade I did a report on the Four Corners – a region of the United States consisting of the southwestern corner of Colorado, southeastern corner of Utah, northeastern corner of Arizona, and northwestern corner of New Mexico. I haven’t been there yet but I hope to go one day and I was thankful that President Obama designated 1.35 million acres of the area as the Bears Ears National Monument. Many companies that wanted to start drilling and exploiting the environment there for their businesses were very mad. The Governor of Utah recently asked Trump to reverse Obama’s proclamation. Patagonia President and CEO, Rose Marcario, said, “Because of the hostile environment they have created and the blatant disregard for the Bears Ears National Monument and other public lands, the backbone of our business, Patagonia will no longer attend the Outdoor Retailer show in Utah.  We are confident that other outdoor retailers and manufacturers will join us in moving to a state that values our industry and promotes public lands conservation.” Lots of other companies joined in the protest and the Outdoor Retailer Show pulled out of Utah so my cousins and I made this video to thank...

One Straw At a Time

My friend Maddy had a great idea: get restaurants to stop using plastic straws. She and her friends went all over the town of San Anselmo and convinced restaurateurs to #makeadifference and #reduceplastic. Super cool! Read more here. Imagine what would happen if you did this in your town too? Try it and tell us what...