Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 04, 2018
The Red River in Kentucky was slated to be dammed in the early 60s and young landowner Joe Bowen supported it. He even gave the speech in favor of the dam against Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas and the Sierra Club.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 07, 2018
Three friends set off on a 400km bikepacking and packraft expedition through the heart of the sacred headwaters in northwestern British Columbia, birthplace of three critical salmon rivers, and home to the Tahltan people.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 30, 2018
Canoe & Kayak teamed up with open-boat expert Jim Coffey--founder of Quebec-based outfitter Esprit Whitewater Worldwide as w
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 19, 2018
Sometimes the only way to protect a secret is to tell the whole world about it. An old open-pit mine site has sat dormant at the headwaters of the South Fork Salmon River for decades.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 05, 2018
Pamela Simpson relives her May 2017 experience drowning off the coast of Laguna Beach and discusses the importance of always paddling with a partner.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 05, 2018
A paddling accident leads to two deaths in the cold waters off Dungeness Spit, Washington and serves as a tragic reminder to always dress for immersion.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 21, 2018
In this video the Aquabatics Calgary team explain and demonstrate how to 'get of the freight train' of running rapids. This tutorial highlights how to use cross current speed in rapids to start catching and tagging eddies to slow downstream momentum and to give more control and create time.
Type: Media
Date Posted: May 28, 2018
‘Way of the Wildcard’ released every Wednesday tells the story of unexpected athletes succeeding in the most unlikely circumstances. Grown up on the banks of the White Nile, Sadat Kawawa quickly fell in love with Kayaking – a sport rarely pursued by his fellow compatriots.
Type: Media
Date Posted: May 01, 2018
In March 2015, Louise Jull, one of NZ’s most renowned whitewater kayakers, went under in the rapids of the Kaituna River and never came up. This is the story of her death, but it is also a story of renewal, as those closest to her keep her memory alive by celebrating her sense of adventure.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 08, 2018
Keepers of the Coast takes a close look at how the Kitasoo/Xai'Xais, Heiltsuk, Nuxalk, and Wuikinuxv Nations are stewarding our marine territories.