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Inside Wenonah Canoes Production Facilities

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Lay-up supervisor Roy Pelowski, left, and lay-up technician Richard Carpenter work vinyl ester resin into Kevlar fabric in a mold used to make a Prism canoe at the Wenonah Canoe factory in Winona, Minnesota, U.S., on Thursday, March 21, 2013. Wenonah Canoe, the second largest user of Kevlar fabric after the U.S. military, produces roughly 2500 canoes and 4000 kayaks each year. Photographer: Ariana Lindquist/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Lay-up supervisor Roy Pelowski, left, and lay-up technician Richard Carpenter work vinyl ester resin into Kevlar fabric in a mold used to make a Prism canoe at the Wenonah Canoe factory in Winona, Minnesota, U.S., on Thursday, March 21, 2013. Wenonah Canoe, the second largest user of Kevlar fabric after the U.S. military, produces roughly 2500 canoes and 4000 kayaks each year. Photographer: Ariana Lindquist/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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