Neil Schulman

How Efficiency Could Ruin Sea Kayaking’s Soul

Neil Schulman talks about the importance of patience.

How Investment Preserves Kayaking Destinations

We open Antonio’s van and a mountain of gear disgorges itself. Stinky sprayskirts, leftover food, sandy tents, water bags and kitchen gear from 11 people for 10 days on...

Paddlers, Fight For Your River

Navigating a Class V approach to 21st century conservation.

The First-Ever Sea Kayak Film Series

A brief history of the women behind This Was The Sea film series.

Why You Should Smell Your Paddling Gear

Neil Schulman says his memories are connected to his stinky paddling gear, and how three Nobel prize winners back up his theory.

What’s Happening To Free Camping For Paddlers?

Neil Schulman discusses new policies that threaten how we like to protect our wilderness areas.

What Kayakers Can Do To Fight Climate Change

We stopped for lunch on a Puget Sound beach full of oyster shells. Despite the fact I don’t really know how, I felt a strong desire to measure the...

Opinion: Mountains Are The Future Of Sea Kayaking

Whenever I stop for gas with a sea kayak on my car, I get the same questions. “Is sea kayaking relaxing? Is it scary? Can you camp out of...