Wilderness Paddlers Gathering
THE 26th PADDLERS GATHERING WILL BE HELD ON MARCH 9-11, 2018.
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Here are some of the presentations we'll be offering.
We'll also be offering hands-on workshops as well as good food and conversation! Stay tuned for more information.
THE 25th PADDLERS GATHERING WAS HELD ON MARCH 10-12, 2017.
Click HERE to read Willem Lange's column on the 2017 Wilderness Paddlers Gathering.
The Wilderness Paddlers Gathering began in March 1993 during a blizzard of historic proportions. 2016 marks our 24th Wilderness Paddlers’ Gathering. We continue to enjoy gathering with friends and family to share stories, pictures, videos, skills and food with those who love traveling in the woods and on water.
We hope you can join us this year for our Gathering. Bring your favorite items to display, from the North or wherever you find wilderness: maps, photo albums, slides, videos, tools, crafts, books, etc.
For more information or to share your ideas, email us here.
INFORMATION FOR THE 2017 PADDLERS GATHERING.
Partial List of Presenters
David Pelly - Ontario - Ukkusiksalik and the Power of Inuit Oral History
Al Stirt - Vermont – The Confluence of Wilderness Travel and Art
Tim Caverly - Maine - Allagash Trails and Tales
Tracy Hoeger - Quebec - Whitewater and Wine: Building Community and Character At Any Age
Bill Fitzhugh - Vermont - Bark and Skin Boats of Northern Eurasia
David Gilligan - Vermont. - Paddling and Birding in the Everglades
Noah Pollock – Vermont - Making Connections: Collaborative Paddler Trail Development
Jake Risch - From the Source - a Journey From the Hydrological Source of the Amazon River
Dave Brown - Vermont - There and Back: Logistics for Paddlers (workshop)
Ross Morgan Vermont - How To Make An Axe Handle (workshop)
How to Make a Spray Cover (workshop)
Click HERE to download presenter bios.
Schedule -Wilderness Paddlers Gathering
March 10-12, 2017
Hulbert Outdoor Center, Fairlee, Vermont