Produced and hosted by volunteer and retired
wildlife biologist Jim Gallagher. This
program will bring interviews, essays, news,
and discussions by and about those who
travel and recreate on water.
Feb 2014 program
This month an interview with writer
and paddler Brian Johnston on his
On Top of a Boulder: Notes from
Jan 2014 program
This month features: info about an
upcoming course on wood/canvas canoe
repair at North House Folk School,
in Grand Marais. More with Pete
Marshall about his current film
project Labrador Passage. Carl
Seemann reading from his wilderness
journal "Just Being There".
Jim talks with Pete Marshall
Pete is from St.Louis Park and has
completed many cross country extreme
February 21, 2014
Bemidji State University's
Outdoor Program Center will offer FREE kayak skills
training in the swimming pool, located in the
Gillett Recreation and Fitness Center on the BSU
It will be held from 7-10 p.m. on the 21st.
For more information, and to confirm dates and times
for all OPC activities, contact the Outdoor Program
Center, (218) 755-2999.
Friday-Sunday, March 7 - 9, 2014
Canoecopia is the world's largest paddlesport
exposition and is held in Madison, WI on March 7 -
Canoecopia is hosted by Rutabaga outdoor
store, a paddler-owned business in Madison,
Canoecopia is a very big event, and was attended by
over 20,000 last year.
Besides featuring a huge collection of
outdoor gear vendors, this event has a diverse
collection of speakers.
For more information go to:
Saturday March 22, 2014
The Far North Symposium,
is sponsored by the
Minnesota Canoe Association.
It will be held at Metro State University's
St. Paul Campus.
This one day event is a
travelogue of northern canoe and kayak trips.
Metro State University, Saint Paul Campus
700 East Seventh Street
St. Paul, MN
For more information and registration go to: