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Patagonia Field Report: The Unintentional Heli-Skiing of the Georgian/Chechen Frontier by Jake Bogoch
Clustered around a Soviet-era military helicopter, teenaged soldiers stood guard with Kalashnikovs and grenade launchers and soldier lyennui. They were waiting for ...
Patagonia Field Report: Last Run by Susie Sutphin, Telemark Skiing
... in behind. It was our last ski of the trip. We’d get to the bottom and skin back to the lodge just in time to meet our 1 p.m. heli-shuttle back to ...
Patagonia environmentalism Essay: Crossing a Line in Marine Conservation by Nancy Baron
... bass and lobsters the size of men's thighs. Any line dropped to the bottom was sure to haul up a tasty lunker. But catches today in California are less than ...
Patagonia Environmentalism Essay: To Trawl or Not to Trawl by Rod Fujita - impacts of bottom trawling ...
Why use trawls? To an ecologist or environmentalist, the use of trawl gear to catch fish may appear to be irrational or a case of simple greed. A deeper analysis ...
Patagonia Enviro Essay - Meet an Unlikely Proponent of Dam Removal: Farmer Bryan Jones
... be a better alternative for farmers and other shippers. It is the bottom line that farmers look at most.” Jones adds, “The bottom line is that we need to ...
Patagonia Field Report: 40 Winks by Dylan Tomine - nordic skiing with kids
... neck. We laugh together when our run grinds to a halt short of the bottom. Did I mention it was sticky? Kick and grind. Kick and grind. The rhythm is steady ...
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