22 January 23
The Roaring Journals is a collection of frontier stories from the wildest corners of the country, the ones we play in and the ones under threat. It’s where the natural world meets offbeat sport culture, with stories that are raw, revealing and unexpected.
The are dozens of extended yarns on Patagonia’s Roaring Journals – read the articles here
GEORGE GREENOUGH HAS BROWN SNAKES IN THE HOUSE: “IF I’D BEEN IN SHOES I’D BE DEAD”
Over the years, the surfing legend has famously survived a half-dozen encounters with great white sharks while surfing around home in Byron Bay. Now he’s not even safe walking around the house.
THE WOMEN OF THE MIMAL RANGERS: KEEPING ANCESTRAL KNOWLEDGE ALIVE IN ARNHEM LAND
In Australia’s tropical north, a group of Indigenous women are applying thousands of years of traditional knowledge to manage fire on Country. “We do early burns before the wildfire comes,” explains Venicia Murray. “We do it around communities, around outstations and around sacred sites … we have to make sure they don’t get burned out.”