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 But outdated dams can hurt rivers.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   9/29/2021

Soul of the Snake

From Hydropower Reform Coalition   9/26/2021

As the Elwha rushes back to life, hope for river restoration nationwide

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"Without these salmon, our way of life is impossible."

Indigenous leaders on the Klamath River are restoring connections between food, people and place. Watch "Guardians of the River," the new film from American Rivers and Swiftwater films.

Watch here: https://bit.ly/2WvR74N

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Celebrating 10 years of Elwha River restoration

Our national map of hydropower dams


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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