Canoecopia is presented by
Alliant Energy Center
1919 Alliant Energy Way
Friday: 3 PM to 8 PM
Saturday: 9 AM to 6 PM
Sunday: 10 AM to 4 PM
Ages 17 and under are FREE
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||Peter Marshall is an accomplished paddler who has canoed over 9000 miles through remote areas of the US and Canada, including two expeditions that have been over 120 days. He is the current Communications Director at Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, where he works to protect America's premier canoe wilderness.
Drawing from his experience of paddling hundreds of days through the Northwoods, Pete Marshall, Communications Director at Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness, will go over 25 tips for a better Boundary Waters canoe trip. This presentation has a bit of everything in it, from how to travel more efficiently to simple niceties that make any canoe trip just a little bit better. You will be sure to leave with valuable ideas for your summer trip.
Pete Marshall, Zach Fritz
Locate on the Ungava Peninsula in Arctic Quebec, the Nastapoka River tumbles through a remarkable landscape of eskers, canyons, and waterfalls. It's a land and river that's as beautiful as it is harsh. Enticing to anyone looking for a true wilderness canoe adventure! In August/ September, 2022, Pete Marshall and Zach Fritz set out to canoe this remote river. Water levels were high, the portage trails were nonexistent, and they saw the sun for a total of three and a half hours! Hear all the stories about this incredible route that goes through Canada's Tursujuq's National Park, a true gem of a wilderness.