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Trade Stories: Building Boats at the Taylor Shellfish Fabrication Shop with Brian Omdahl

Posted February 4, 2015
· Filed In: Happenings, Trade Stories, Way of Life

Taylor Shellfish Farms is our kind of company, a company founded on sweat, saltwater, and hard work. Despite punishing conditions and demanding physical labor, this 120-year-old, family-owned shellfish farm has single-handedly turned Washington state into the largest producer of hatchery raised and farmed shellfish in the nation. To grow this substantial business, Taylor has relied on their ingenuity, perseverance, and…

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Tricks of the Trade: Learn How to Shuck an Oyster with Taylor Shellfish

Posted January 29, 2015
· Filed In: Happenings, Tricks of the Trade, Way of Life

We were built from the ground up, outfitting craftsmen and entrepreneurs of all trades, and supporting American ingenuity with American-made gear. That’s why we’re proud to support Taylor Shellfish Farms, a company founded on sweat, salt water and hard work. This family-owned, 120-year-old shellfish farm brings fresh clams, oysters and mussels from the Pacific Northwest to the table. In order…

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Field Guide: Wingshooting in Central Washington with Red’s Fly Shop

Posted December 8, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Landing Page Featured, Shooting, Sporting

With sparse deserts and plains, sprawling coastal tidelands, and the only temperate rainforest in the contiguous United States, Washington is home to one of the most diverse climates of any state. For any sportsman or woman this translates to endless outdoor possibilities. A 3-hour drive from the Filson Headquarters in Seattle will put you knee-deep in slate gray water throwing…

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Explore the End of Summer: 4 Late Season Hikes in the Northwest with the WTA

Posted September 10, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life

Washington Trails Association is a member-supported nonprofit that works to protect trails and promote hiking in Washington through volunteer trail maintenance, education and advocacy, and inspiring the next generation of hikers. Learn more at   Labor Day weekend is past and the days are getting shorter, so it may seem like prime hiking season is drawing to a close. But photos in…

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Aeolian: Sailing the Washington Coast with Jamie Swick

Posted May 19, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life

Jamie Swick, an outdoor and story-telling photographer specializing in film, calls Oregon home. A sailor, writer, and life-long woodswoman, her ethereal perspective on the natural world aims to capture quiet moments and the curiosity of travel. Balancing her goals of circumnavigation while simultaneously trying to become a better rock climber, her website, Land or Foam, is a visual anthology of…

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Wooden Boat Building with Erin and Evan Walsh

Posted February 21, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Trade Stories, Travel, Way of Life

After growing up in the Midwest and meeting in sprawling Chicago, Erin and Evan Walsh yearned for a life that was more connected to nature. After finishing design school and entering the workforce in the city, they decided that changing pace wasn’t simply an ideal, it was a necessity. They piled their belongings in a Subaru with their two close…

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From Birmingham to Bellingham with Photographer Ryan Russell

Posted September 12, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Travel, Way of Life

Ryan Russell is a music photographer hailing from Birmingham, Alabama. Over the past 13 years, he’s shot some of the biggest acts in rock including Paramore, Manchester Orchestra, Death Cab for Cutie, Green Day and Blink-182. Recently, Ryan picked up from his home in Alabama and moved to the Pacific Northwest near Bellingham, Washington. He decided to document this experience…

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Nick Stevens and the Washington Conservation Corps

Posted August 5, 2013
· Filed In: Conservation, Happenings, In the Field

Nick Stevens grew up in Seattle, Washington making art, exploring the city, and venturing into the abundant wilderness areas surrounding Puget Sound. In 2012 he graduated from Seattle University with a BFA in Photography and moved to Port Angeles, Washington to work for the Washington Conservation Corps and live closer to the mountains and the ocean.I joined up with the…

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