Dam owners present hydropower as a “clean” technology. But outdated dams can hurt rivers.

Wildlife in the Upper Similkameen Valley, WA Photo by Rich Bowers

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From Trout Unlimited   5/26/2022

The next half-century of hydro

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Jack’s Spring Policy Update

From Appalachian Mountain Club   5/20/2022

Four Key Ties Between Conservation and Recreation

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Native American tribes to co-manage national monument for first time https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/2022/06/20/bears-ears-national-monument-tribes/?tid=ss_tw

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Reports › Tribal Resources   3/7/2021

Collaborations in Indian Country

Collaborations in Indian Country is a primer on the importance of social justice work and a collection of interviews with members of tribal nations that have worked closely with HRC and its members.

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Bond Falls Project, Ontonagon River, Michigan

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