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INDUSTRY NEWS: PADDLE WISE CAMPAIGN BY NRS AND AMERICAN WHITEWATER

May 20th, 2021 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “INDUSTRY NEWS: PADDLE WISE CAMPAIGN BY NRS AND AMERICAN WHITEWATER”

NRS and American Whitewater have launched a new campaign called Paddle Wise. Paddle Wise aims to educate and inform those new to the sport of outdoor paddling to help maintain a clean and healthy wilderness for us to keep exploring as paddlers.

“As paddlers, it is up to all of us to protect the places where we play, limit our impact, stay safe and promote a positive image of our sport. Many people new to the outdoors are unfamiliar with the ethics practiced by more experienced river users, and increased outdoor participation has put greater pressure on our public lands and waters. As an industry, and individuals, we need to be proactive about teaching these folks the importance of keeping our rivers clean, healthy and accessible to everyone.“

You can download the above flyer from the Paddle Wise website to help spread the word on social media.

https://www.paddleworld.com/industry-news-paddle-wise-campaign-by-nrs-and-american-whitewater/

Bighorns Part 1: The Wild Goose

April 29th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Bighorns Part 1: The Wild Goose”

Team NRS paddler Erik Boomer along with expedition paddlers Nouria Newman and Ben Stookesberry take on, what they consider, one of the most wonderful first swoops they have ever done.

Two drainages on the eastern part surface of Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountain Range appeared to have incredible whitewater possibles but the only datum they could get “re not supposed to” consume their hour. << It’s all full of sieves and nothing goes, >> they were told. But that’s precisely the kind of beta this paddle dreaming unit utilizes as motivation to attempt a first swoop.

Following their instinct, they decided to give it a go and staring with the steep and complex Goose Creek.

Read more: paddleworld.com.

Koktuli Wild

April 23rd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Koktuli Wild”

At the heart of the Alaskan Pebble Mine controversy, the Koktuli River winds its acces through the Alaskan bushland from its informant at Frying Pan Lake to Bristol Bay. Known for the salmon that return to the region per year in epic amounts to spawn and die, disrupting the landscape vital to this eco-system would destroy the fishery, its manufacture, and peripheral wildlife tourism industries as well. This massive project would adjust a risky new instance for mining and development in the Bristol Bay sphere and all of Alaska.

Growing up on the banks of the Kenai River, Brendan Wells has a strong connection to Alaska, its landscape and wildlife, world history and future. Which is why, plotted by this remote neighbourhood and the threats the watershed faces, he and three friends made a more intimate coming to the disagreement by knowledge wild Alaska in the spirit of river adventure.

Learn more about the Pebble Mine and how you can help: www.savebristolbay.org

Read more: paddleworld.com.

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