Issue 23 - A New Harvest

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Restoring food systems

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a period of difficult sorrow and economic downturn, but with crisis comes opportunity. At the core of our daily existence are our food systems, and one bright side to this disastrous pandemic is that more and more people are coming to understand the connections between how we grow our food, what we eat, and human health and resiliency. In this issue of Patagon Journal, we present that positive trend, one that is crucial to maintain and expand going forward.

Travel and outdoor adventures are harder to partake in right now, but Patagonia will be there when you are ready. Among other can’t miss stories in this edition: Patrick Nixon takes us on a fly fishing trip in Chile’s Aysen region, Pablo Besser recounts a spectacular mountaineering expedition he made at the Erasmo Glacier, Wayne Bernhardson and several talented photographers reveal some of the treasures on Argentina's oft overlooked coast of southern Chubut and Santa Cruz, Camilo Novoa shows us the special trekking found on Navarino Island, and New York Times photographer Tomas Munita contributes a beautiful photo essay of Patagonian gaucho life.

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