Posted by: Columbia River | December 18, 2008

Source to Sea

In March of 2009 a group of 4 paddlers will embark on the longest self support journey of their lives. The focus of the trip is to raise awareness of a once free flowing river that currently holds more dams than any other river drainage in the world and to document the impact on the Columbia River from previous ways of life to present day water quality throughout the 1,243 miles of river. The itinerary is expected to take almost 2 months from the source of Columbia River, in Canada, to Astoria, OR at the Pacific Ocean.

The end goal is to raise awareness of hydro electric energy and help reduce the amount of waste and destruction for future projects in the Columbia River drainage as well as providing research for other water sheds around the world. Ultimately, reducing the amount of structures that present day corporations strive to place in the name of human progression.



  1. You guys rock, hope it all works out for you

  2. That is a lot of water to cover boys! I look forward to following along with your progress!

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