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Hay to the chickens, hay to Gold Bug the cow, hay to a whole lotta hay. 
Hay @patagonia_workwear 👋🏽

Erika Eschholz, Ken Michael (@tetonfullcirclefarm) and Late Bloomer Ranch (@latebloomerranch) get to work on their many daily chores. 
Photos: Julie Ellison (@_julie_ellison)
Question: When is climbing season? 
Answer: Yes. 

Photos: Mikey Schaefer (@mikeylikesrocks)
The fastest fly on the wall.
Yeah, that’s steep.
“Backcountry skiing makes me a better person. Learning how to navigate all we have to navigate out here—it gives me the tools I want to be able to navigate life when it gets really complex.” —Melissa Gill. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

We all have our reasons. Watch The Meaningless Pursuit of Snow, a film by Sweetgrass Productions (@sweetgrassp) through link in bio.
What’s the most responsible seafood you can eat? Marine biologist and climate activist @ayanaeliza breaks it down. First, try to eat low on the food chain—sardines, anchovies and other tiny fish. Certain farmed seafood is also a better choice, like oysters, scallops, mussels, clams and seaweed, all of which live off seawater, nutrients and sunlight. 
The one to avoid? Atlantic salmon, which is often farmed in pens near coastal bays and can be rampant with toxic waste and insecticides. That’s why it’s so important to buy local, support responsible harvesting and get your seafood from people who are fishing with communities and ecosystems in mind. 
Take action to ban open net salmon farming at the link in bio.
The salmon’s life cycle is entwined with every aspect of nature: fresh water, salt water and land.

A salmon begins its life in a river or stream, then travels down the river to grow and live in the sea. When it is time, it takes an arduous and treacherous journey back to its birthplace to spawn. Along the way it can be caught and eaten by bears and other animals, who fertilize the land with its remains. 

In “Salmon: A Fish, the Earth and the History of Their Common Fate,” Mark Kurlansky concludes that the only way to save salmon is to save the planet and, at the same time, the only way to save the planet is to save the mighty, heroic salmon. Link in bio.

Photos: Eiko Jones (@eiko_jones_) and Christopher Miller (@csmphotos)

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