A river runs through it

Now I have to admit I haven’t seen that movie in a long time (I did however, just request it), it’s a title that comes to mind when I think of the rivers up in the northwest. In fact, rivers and dams have been one of my passions for quite some time and it all started with rivers like the Elwha river up in the state of Washington.

So when I saw this article, “Freeing the Elwha!” by Robin Blackstone over at the Environmental News Network, it took me back to that time. I’m not sure but I think the book that started it all was “Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People and the Environment” by Jacques Leslie. I’ll do some more checking this week as I just requested this book tonight as well from my local library.

Meanwhile, there’s another great article on the Elwha river entitled “The Ambitious Restoration of an Undammed Western River” by Caroline Fraser over at the Yale Environment 360 website.



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