Outdoor Brand Patagonia Launches Environmental Activism Site With Links to Pasadena


Long before hipsters embraced the Patagonia clothing brand, the Southern California based outfitter has been advocating for the health of the planet. Regardless of your stance on climate change, we can all agree that a clean planet is a good planet.

Often flooded with calls on how people can support the planet-saving efforts of Patagonia, the brand saw a need to create a digital answer to how can I help. The result is the Patagonia Action Network. 

The online directory is searchable on a local level and by category of causes (Climate, Land, Water, Biodiversity). Search results bring up local causes and ways to connect for volunteering or donation. 

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A quick search for all categories resulted in the Arroyo Foothills Association and their local efforts in geologic and wildlife preservation. The AFC offers access and educational programming in La Crescenta. They have been championing the fight against the poisoning of wildlife animals like bobcats and bears. Many local schools plan field trips but there is fun for all ages. 

The Patagonia Action network features an email signup and hundreds of other programs in the US with several in Southern California that one could get involved in. 


Michael Robleto

REALTOR®-Podley Properties



Michael Robleto is a REALTOR® with Pasadena based Podley Properties. His analytical and open approach to sales has served his clients well in his twenty years of sales. Michael brings a modern data and technology-driven approach to real estate while focusing on the historic architecture of Bungalow Heaven. Michael takes a client first approach to real estate and enjoys sharing interesting topics of conversation for homeowners and home buyers. He can be found on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram under the common profile name of his blog BungalowAgent or at www.BunaglowAgent.com/blog. For Sellers or Buyers Agent representation he can be contacted directly. 

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