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- SUP the Coast
Starting March 1, 2011, Will and Mike will embark from Key West, Florida and head north to paddle the Eastern seaboard on stand-up paddleboards. We're combining two passions, paddling and helping people, while fulfilling a dream of seeing the East coast from the water. In doing this we hope to raise both awareness and money for America's service men and women, and stand up for those who stood up for us.

- Notes from Sea Level
Follow the travels of writer adventurer Jon Bowermaster.

- The Northern Forest By Canoe
Follow the journey of Bates College seniors Ben Reilly and Zand Martin as they paddle the entire length of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

-Voices from the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
Paddling - or dreaming about it - in the Northern Forest.

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