Natalie DeRatt

5 Friends, 5 Days, & 166.5 Miles – Green River To Hite

The idea had been rolling around my head for a couple years now. It’s pretty simple and has been done countless times through the ages by all sorts of river runners in various crafts. Paddle from Green River, Utah down to the confluence of the Colorado and through Cataract Canyon into Lake Powell.

2020 Team Watershed Applications!

It’s time! It’s time to pick our brand spanking new set of Team Watershed Brand Ambassadors for 2020!  The full list of Team Watershed duties are below (spoiler alert – they’re easy and you’ll love them) – but the most important things to...
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The Quiet In These Turns

By Tara Kramer, We wake in the fog in our solo tent, the two of us tucked together. Under one sleeping bag, sticking to the damp nylon walls, on two three-quarter length Thermarests. It’s wet in this valley. It’s the...
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Southeastern Blueways to Paddle This Summer

The cold here in the Southeast may have lingered a little longer than we wanted, but Spring is in full swing and Summer is right around the corner. While our whitewater compadres never stop paddling, it’s time for the rest...
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Waterlogged in Southwest Virginia

We’re here two hours early. It’s cold, wet, and blanketed by the fog. This wasn’t a part of the plan. In our minds, getting here early would allow us to get some quality fishing time in before the rest of...
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