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Rich Waters

The Sockeye salmon fishery in Bristol Bay, Alaska is the largest in the world. It has supported generations of fishers, like Greg Fransen and his son Cody. But a proposed…

“I fear returning to the very places I love.”

By Catherine Métayer |

Svalbard

By Catherine Métayer |

The Curse of Being the Greatest

By Catherine Métayer |

Consuming less and doing more

By eliane |

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Episode 03 – Family memories

In this third episode of First-Timers Gone Fishing, a mother and daughter learn fishing basics and share unforgettable moments. For Angèle, it’s a chance to get back in touch with…

Pioneers

By Beside |

05. Traditional Fishing

By Catherine Métayer |

Episode 02 – The Comeback

By eliane |

Matt Holubowski

By eliane |

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BESIDE Magazine On The Go

Somewhere Outside

By eliane |

Experience

Forging a knife III

Fix & swap

By Geneviève Locas |

Urban edible and medicinal plants

By Geneviève Locas |

Crafting beer II

By Geneviève Locas |

Crafting beer

By Geneviève Locas |

Nature at Work

Rich Waters

The Sockeye salmon fishery in Bristol Bay, Alaska is the largest in the world. It has supported generations of fishers, like Greg Fransen and his son Cody. But a proposed mine now threatens this natural treasure.

“I fear returning to the very places I love.”

Professional snowboarder, filmmaker, and activist Tamo Campos reflects on recent life-changing events that have both awakened his deepest fears and brought him new perspectives.

By Tamo Campos |

Svalbard

The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard enthralls a mix of adventurous travellers and fortune hunters with its majestic scenery and unforgiving climate. But as rapid climate change threatens to overthrow the…

Long-Form

The Curse of Being the Greatest

We ate the bluefin tuna nearly to extinction. We can stop now.


Conversation

Consuming less and doing more

Yvon Chouinard has been wearing the same flannel shirt for 20 years. The 75-year-old conservationist, outside-the-box thinker, athlete and craftsman is also an outspoken anti-consumerist and always pushing Patagonia, the…

By Emily Anderson & Yasha Wallin, founders of The Usual |

Architecture

The Miracle of the Tiny Home Vacation

Getaway provides unalloyed connection with nature, our travel companions, and ourselves.

By Natalie Rinn |

Portrait

Ascent to the Top

With her all-women climbing festival and community of climbers, Shelma Jun is reaching territory—on and off the rocks—that has never been reached before.

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