5 Myths About Whitewater Rafting

We’ll do anything and everything to encourage first timers to get out on the water and experience paddling and rafting for the first time. There’s nothing quite as therapeutic as being tossed around while bombing down a river, or even...
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A Tale in Whitewater Safety

By Nathan Dicker, Team Watershed 2021 I’ve always believed whitewater is a sport to push limits, that’s why I love it. It gives me the same thrill of going beyond my boundaries that rock climbing and snow sports do. Clearly,...
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Tips for Paddling in the Winter

We know some folks hang up their boats during winter since the waters are too fierce and piercingly cold to brave – a fair, safe play. That doesn’t mean that there aren’t tons of ripe opportunities for braving some of...
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25 Essentials for Every Drybag

This month, we’re celebrating 25 years of Watershed Drybags! That’s 25 years of connecting with our loyal community of die-hard adventurers. We’ve bonded through our love for all things outdoors and the quality gear that makes each outing an unforgettable...
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How We Can Protect our Local Watersheds

Protecting our watersheds has always been essential to supporting a healthy ecological environment in our respective areas. These crucial ecosystems are composed of forests, plants, animals and wetlands and are what we primarily rely on for natural resources. A healthy...
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Textured Waves: Women of All Shades Riding the Waves

“The ocean has different textures and currents, its occupants reflect this diversity and should be aptly represented.” – Words by the team at Textured Waves, an all-Black, all-woman collective created to disseminate the culture surrounding water sports for underrepresented demographics...
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