Photos and interview by Seth Ashworth For a couple of years, I had seen Tom and Jon Paterson carving around the waves of the Ottawa River, Canada, but I’d never taken much notice. It looked like a cold way to swim through rapids. My opinion changed one cold spring day, however, as I sat in
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Chilean paddler on Lago Llanquihue with Volcan Osorno in the background. Darin McQuoid darinmcquoid.com @darinmcquoid “When I found kayaking it was the perfect way to explore river canyons,” says Darin McQuoid who grew up “in the sticks” exploring canyons on foot. “The more I did, the more I wanted to do. At the time (around
Squirt boating aficionados have been quick to rally behind one of the niche’s main players to set up a GoFundMe page to help boat-building company Murky Water after its shop burned to the ground Sat. Feb. 4. Based in Binbrook, Ontario, and run by owner and head molder Ed Skrzypkowski, Murky Water has hand built
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(Washington) – Communities in 21 states, working in partnership with non-profit organizations and state and federal agencies, removed 72 dams in 2016, restoring more than 2,100 miles of streams to benefit public safety, local economies and our nation’s natural heritage. Dams were removed in the following states in 2016: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts,
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