299 days left until Canoecopia!     March 13 - 15
Canoecopia is presented by Rutabaga Paddlesports



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  Al & Marsha Fairfield



Al and Marsha Fairfield are living the retirement dream exploring the beautiful landscape that surrounds them. Marsha is a Wisconsin Master Naturalist, kayak instructor, and environmental educator. You will find her active at North Lakeland Discovery Center, and the North Lakeland School District. Al has a background in Biology/Ecology, has been active as an environmental educator at Maywood Environmental Park, and is also active at North Lakeland Discovery Center. You may recognize him as the naturalist that leads tours at the Door County Sea Kayak Symposium. Both enjoy exploring the outdoors, capturing the experience through photography, and sharing it with others.



Presentations

 Sylvania Wilderness: Social Distancing in da UP
Live - Sun 2:00pm-3:00pm 

Sylvania Wilderness is a mini version of the BWCA or Quetico, just north of the WI/UP border. Old growth forest, exquisite scenery, crystal clear lakes, abundant wildlife, and a wilderness experience make this a prime destination for paddlers. A rich history of private ownership, land stewardship, celebrity, and return to public domain makes this one of the most unique places in the area. This is an amazing place to place to enjoy the best kind of social distancing.


 
Canoecopia is presented by Rutabaga Paddlesports

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