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Dominic here, I wanted to take a minute to shout at you about some of our upcoming winter programming opportunities and offer up a rare (but much needed) feel good story coming from our summer programs. Let me lead off with the fact that, not unlike anyone else, we’ve definitely faced some operational challenges this summer. Im here to let you know that operating a paddle sports company through historic drought AND a pandemic can be done, but it ain’t easy! The silver lining was that most folks are looking for new ways to connect with the outdoors or re-connect...

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Paddle Ecuador

My girlfriend, Jess, and I traveled to Ecuador for the first time in March 2019. We left home with the expectation of paddling for a week...

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Business, Community, Community Development, Franklin NH, Growth, Leadership, Learn, Mill City Park, ONE, Outdoor, Outdoor New England, Passion, Progress, Small Business, Whitewater, Whitewater Park, Winnipesaukee River -

Concord Monitor | Lucas Masin-Moyer | June 01, 2017Rushing, choppy waters. Shaheen stopped in at businesses set up with the help of Todd Workman and his group PermaCityLife, a nonprofit geared toward revitalizing the Franklin. Workman has been driving to bring new businesses and younger demographics to the city of 8,500, and he said a core part of his group’s work has hinged on federal community development programs set to be slashed in the Trump budget plan. Workman said PermaCityLife’s efforts have been aided by federal money from Community Development Block Grants, the Department of Agriculture’s Office These programs all...

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BostonVoyager | BostonVoyager Staff | May 1, 2017 Today we’d like to introduce you to Marty Parichand.Thanks for sharing your story with us Marty. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.I received my first job out of college, after I received a strong referral from a high level executive that went whitewater rafting with me.Eight years later, I was definitely “broken in” to corporate life and living what I thought was my only reality. I had a family I cherished and received a substantial promotion at work, in which I was the youngest person...

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