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 But outdated dams can hurt rivers.

Chelan Gorge, WA Photo by Rich Bowers
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From Trout Unlimited   12/21/2021

Surveying what’s left of Eklutna River’s Salmon

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For every 100 salmon smolts headed to the ocean, less than 2 return to their ancestral breeding grounds in the Snake River. Join @NPT1855's Fisheries Resource Management's Deputy Director Joe Oatman to learn whats ahead for our most sacred fish. RSVP at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_awKxu6IPSMG6gsrsXZ4BVw

The Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation strongly oppose the Goldendale Energy Storage Project. The project would destroy sacred land to The Yakama where ceremonies are performed & many roots, flowers & shrubs are collected @highcountrynews https://bit.ly/3GuJEIO

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Tribal Resources › Videos   12/17/2020

Guardians of the River

In this film by American Rivers and Swiftwater Films, Indigenous leaders share why removing four dams to restore a healthy Klamath River is critical for clean water, food sovereignty and justice. 

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License summaries › Midwest   1/1/2009

Boardman River Projects, Boardman River, Michigan

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The Sturgeon River Project: A Case Study

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Skagit River Project

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