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Video: Watch the Elwha River Roar Back to Life in Time-Lapse Dam Removal
Here’s an upbeat way to round out the first month of your new year: Watch the dams come down on the Elwha River in a time-lapse that takes a multi-year process down to a couple of ...
Un-Build It, and They Will Come: With Dams Gone, Chinook Return to Upper Elwha [Video]
Two years ago Chinook salmon made a triumphant return to the lower Elwha River just six months after the dam of the same name was demolished...
Race Celebrates Penobscot River, People, History, Post-Veazie Dam
Gale Courey Toensing
Just a year after the Penobscot River was liberated from a major obstacle—the Veazie Dam—the beautiful river and its people will be honored and celebrated with a canoe and kayak ra...
Northwest Salmon, Part 3: Tribes Work to Restore Habitat
It has been about a year since the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission report “State of Our Watersheds” was released in September 2012...
Ceremony – and Eagles – Mark Beginning of Veazie Dam Removal
Gale Courey Toensing
The restoration of the Penobscot River in Maine has taken a monumental step forward with the breaching of the Veazie Dam, which will open up the river from Indian Island at Old Tow...
In Washington, Demolishing Two Dams So That the Salmon May Go Home
LOWER ELWHA KLALLAM, Washington—The dams' days are numbered, and for a dwindling population of salmon cut off from their historical habitat for a century, it's better late than nev...
Video Spotlight: Elwha River Dam Removal
This video, posted by YouTube user Jakob Marklew, gives an overview of the Elwha River dam removal that includes interviews with Robert Elofson, the river restoration director, con...
Former Senator Bill Bradley’s Remarks on the Demolition of Two Elwha River Dams
On September 17, numerous officials and Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members attended a ceremony kicking off the long overdue demolition of two dams on the Elwha River ...
Dammed No More: Chinook Return to Elwha River
A century later, the salmon still know where to go...
Dams Are Potential Hidden Climate Change Instigator: Study
Dams have long been seen as a source of green energy. But the cost of providing that energy has not been studied, until now...
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