SPECIAL GUEST GREG STAMER
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IN THIS EPISODE:

Founder and former president of Qajaq USA Greg Stamer talks about how our knowledge of Greenland style kayaking has evolved through decades of overcoming ignorance and paddling dogma that persisted both within and outside of the Greenland style kayaking movement. He also discusses the fascinating cultural differences between the Americans and Greenlanders, and the sensitive issue of cultural appropriation.

LINKS:

KayakVagabond: The website of Greg Stamer


Qajaq USA

Wildwater: The Sierra Club Guide to Kayaking and Whitewater Boating  by Lito Tejada-Flores (1982-06-12)

Anas Acuta: The Original Valley Sea Kayak

Greenlanders at Kodiak, by John Heath (1989)

Rolling With Maligiaq: Greenland Kayaking Technique (1999)

Betsy Bay Kayak

National Center for Cold Water Safety (Moulton Avery)

WaterTribe

“Lost in Iceland”, originally published in the October 2008 issue of Sea Kayaker Magazine

Freya Hoffmeister: Goddness of Love to the Seas

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