Doba is paddling his kayak from New York to Portugal. He left the mouth of New York Harbor yesterday, May 8, after nearly being swept onto rocks in Sandy Hook, the same spit of land where his kayak was driven ashore nearly a year ago.
American Rivers releases its annual list of the 10 most endangered rivers for 2017.
Kayakers, rafters, standup paddlers and whitewater river rats of all stripes are rearranging travel and work plans in Colorado to take advantage of the best river flows their beloved Dolores River has seen in more than a decade.
Longtime river guide Curt Chang argues freeing the Snake would boost Idaho's economy and salmon runs.
President Obama created a 1.35-million-acre national monument in southeastern Utah Wednesday, further cementing his administration’s conservation legacy. The new Bears Ears National Monument covers a sprawling desert and mountain landscape whic[...]
Though expedition kayaking is evolving fast, paddlers are still uniquely obligated to protect its benchmark run, B.C.'s Grand Canyon of the Stikine.
Outlining 12 key victories this year for river conservation organization American Whitewater
Paddlers Dave and Amy Freeman spent the last year paddling in the Boundary Waters, working to raise awareness about proposed sulfide-ore copper mining near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. On December 15, the Bureau of Land Management annou[...]
Broad coalition of Minnesota business leaders, sportsmen, veterans and conservationists praise the decision and urge permanent protection.
C&K's coverage from Standing Rock, profiling the paddlers of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests on the Missouri and Cannonball rivers.
A native paddler’s prayers from the #NODAPL gathering in Standing Rock, North Dakota.
By Weston Boyles, Rios to Rivers In remote, southern Chile two beautiful rivers are in danger of being dammed. Five dams have been proposed on the Baker and Pascua rivers, which flow from the Patagonia icecaps to the Pacific Ocean. If they are built,[...]
A severe yet isolated flash-flooding event earlier this week in the Appalachian Mountains of central Pennsylvania ruptured a pipeline operated by Sunoco Logistics, spilling an estimated 55,000 gallons of gasoline into Loyalsock Creek. This tributary [...]