Keith Benoist and Bobby Childers ruminate on big, friendly, and sometimes sad trees.
Kristin Eckstein knows how much the Mississippi has given her. WIth her art, she gives it back to the world.
This is a story of a fish moving up the Mississippi River and how people react when unfamiliar species enter their environment.
With heavy words that will speed up your heartbeat, Bobby Childers contributes this poetic defense for the River.
The first in a series of original watercolor maps to accompany the Rivergator paddling guide.
This map of Big Island was used by explorers and students during the Circumnavigation Project back in February.
It's fairly easy to grasp the shifting nature of a river when you use a map that spans decades. But from the edges of the crumbling earth, things are different.
Photographs from the sweetest moment of the Grasshopper's arduous construction: her maiden voyage, in conjunction with Mark River's "River School" blog about EAS.
The Grasshopper wakes up, nudged to life by her first voyagers, and sails them down to Rosedale.
Fine arts Gliceés of River Meander Maps celebrate the Constancy and Diversity of the Mississippi Delta with the Delta Bohemian.
Deep in December, we made the first motions in the creation of a new canoe – a thirty-four foot,…
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