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Mini Boats and Mastering Trust » When it comes to mini boats, carnage is only one wrong move away. Which is why R2’ing requires absolute trust in your paddling partner.
Naming Your Boat: A Rafter’s Rite of Passage » Rowing an unnamed boat has its perks. It means you haven’t flipped. But naming a raft is a rite of passage, as is the flip that precedes it.
Outdoor Afro Paddle Camp » The Outdoor Afro Paddle Camp teaches volunteer leaders to be canoe and kayak instructors. After last year’s camp, participation doubled.
Stories from the LGBTQ Outdoor Summit » As we strive to break down the barriers to the outdoors, we’re excited to share these stories from the LGBTQ Outdoor Summit.
The Wild Woman Archetype » A collaboration of Caleigh Smith’s thoughts and those of other women boaters that defines and celebrates the wild woman archetype.
Josiah and the Bones » A soldier’s re-entry to the world they left behind is a lot to endure. After the war, Josiah started fly fishing for bonefish and it saved his life.
A Boater’s Guide to Better Photos » With Ben Kitching’s tips, it’s possible to get great photos in not-so-great conditions with the gear you have—be it amateur or professional.
Finding Stoke on the West Fork » A little ‘crusty’ and on the verge of giving up the guide life, Monica Nigon finds a humble new beginning on the West Fork of the San Juan.
Brainwaves » Between the still undiagnosed illness she contracted in Uganda and Post-Concussive Syndrome, depression constantly challenges Brooke Hess’ fun-loving spirit.
About NRS: Northwest River Supplies
In 1972, with only $2,000 in his personal savings, Bill Parks started Northwest River Supplies with one mission: to help others raft. 42 years later, Bill sold NRS to its employees. Today, the 100% employee-owned business strives to continue Bill’s legacy helping people pursue passions on the water. At our Moscow, Idaho headquarters you’ll find passionate water-lovers just like you, from rafters to whitewater kayakers, sea kayakers to stand up paddlers, kayak anglers to fly fishermen. Our lives, and livelihoods, are drawn to water.