DOGSLEDDING LINKS Mushing Magazine – A bi-monthly international magazine on dog-powered sports, including mushing, skijoring, weight pulling, carting and packing Mountain Ridge Kennel – Manufacturers of sled dog equipment, harnesses, booties, jackets, etc. Nooksack Racing Suply – Sled dog sports supply store, including harnesses, booties, ganglines, snow hooks, etc. Sled Dog Central – A complete online listing of resources and information for the sled dog enthusiast Song in the Woods – A guide service in the Moosehead Lake Region of Maine offering dogsled tours and rides.

CANOEING LINKS Pelletier’s Campground – Offers shuttle service, canoe rental, and outfitting for the St. John, Allagash and other rivers in northern Maine Maine Canoe Symposium – Weekend of learning and celebrating traditional canoeing at a classic woodland camp in Maine Arctic Wild – Canoeing, rafting, and hiking trips in Alaska Androscoggin River Watershed Council – Website for Source to Sea Canoe Trek, celebrating the Androscoggin River
Allagash Wilderness Waterway Allagash Wilderness Waterway information on the website

 NATIVE CULTURAL TRIPS Nunavik Tourism Association – Offers information about activities, services, and the history of people and places of Nunavik in northern Quebec Air Inuit – Commercial flights serving Nunavik in Canada Nuuhchimi Wiinuu – Cree guides, David and Anna Bosum, share their knowledge and bush skills of their culture, offering trips both summer and winter in Ouje-Bougoumou, Quebec. Arcturus Expeditions – Guided trips with Inuit of Greenland and Native people of Arctic Russia

OUTDOOR EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS Official website of the State of Maine Maine Woods Discovery is a standards-based marketing cooperative whose endorsed providers guarantee quality vacation experiences.
Information about the State of Maine
National Water Information System for river flow rates North Woods Survival – Offers programs in wilderness, survival, bushcraft, primitive and self-reliant living skills Appalachian Mountain Club – The nation’s oldest outdoor recreation, education, and conservation organization, promoting the protection and enjoyment of the northeast’s outdoors Guide to wilderness travel in Canada with a directory of Wilderness Outfitters Wanderbird – 90′ renovated Dutch fishing vessel, offering guided trips in Maine, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Labrador, and Antarctica Innerlight Yoga – A studio in Rhode Island that offers workshops and classes about yoga. Kim Chandler sometimes offers canoeing trips with Mahoosuc Guide Service Kroka Expeditions – Vermont non-profit organization offering wilderness education programs for children Maine Island Kayak Company – Guided day to multi-day sea kayaking adventures and instructional clinics off the coast of Maine Schooner Timberwind – Sailing tours on an historic schooner off the coast of Maine Jack Mountain Bushcraft and Guide Service – Offers earth skills semester, summer and winter programs, bushcraft and wilderness survival school, and guided canoe, snowshoe, and fishing trips. Traditional northwoods crafts. Hulbert Outdoor Center – Year-round experiential learning center, offering trips and courses for all ages Appalachian Mountain Club – A non-profit organization which promotes the protection and enjoyment of spending time in the wilderness. Hut system, trail network, slide shows, etc. Cambridge Center for Adult Education – Center, located in downtown Cambridge, MA., that offers courses and trips in a variety of areas Maine Wilderness Guides Organization – A group of like-minded wilderness guides and sporting camp owners who have formed to help protect remote areas in Maine The Chewonki Foundation – A non-profit educational institution offering a summer camp, a semester of academic and personal challenges for high school juniors, a variety of educational group programs, and wilderness excursions for adults, families and individuals Maine’s green travel guide Koviashuvik Local Living School- Founded in 2008, Koviashuvik is a small school that teaches practical and inexpensive ways for people to live with and use their local land.

ACCOMMODATIONS Mahoosuc Mountain Lodge and Husky Farm – Nestled on 60 acres in the beautiful Bear River Valley of Newry, the lodge is a traditional New England timber frame, dominated by the 3500-4000′ peaks of the Mahoosuc Range. Maximum sleeping capacity for the Lodge is sixteen. Chesuncook Lake House – Bed and breakfast in beautiful location in the roadless Chesuncook Village, offering great views of Maine’s tallest mountain, Mt. Katahdin, from the doorstep West Branch Pond Camps – Rustic remote wilderness camp in the Greenville area with great fishing and a relaxing atmosphere Weatherby’s – Sporting camp in eastern Maine in the Grand Lake Stream area with great fishing and paddling opportunities

LOCAL BED AND BREAKFASTS Jolly Drayman at the Briar Lea Inn – Fine dining in a nice atmosphere. Rooms also available. Located near the town of Bethel, Maine Paws Inn – Pet friendly bed and breakfast close to the town of Bethel, Maine.  Small and personable Waterford Inn – A 19th century farmhouse inn nestled in the mountains of western Maine, close to the town of Waterford

QUALITY CRAFTS AND OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT Alder Stream Canvas – High quality canvas and cordura outdoor accessories in both classic and modern styles Four Dog Stoves – Builder and distributor of portable wood stoves used in camps Happy Acres Farm – Producer and distributor of maple syrup, maple products, and homemade jams and jellies Coyote Graphics – A wildlife adventure t-shirt screen printer, featuring original graphic design and illustrations Don Merchant – Hand-crafted canoes and canoeing equipment made in Maine Maine Made Dog Sleds – Builder of dogsleds and accessories

PHOTOGRAPHERS Carol Savage – Provides photos for weddings, potraits, outdoor travel, etc. Based in Bethel, ME Ulrike Welsch – Professional photographer of wildlife and travel all over the world. Author of many books Jo Moser – Provides photos for weddings, potraits, outdoor travel, etc. Based in Portland, ME Matthew Delorme – Provides photos for outdoor travel and adventure. Based in Maine


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