Through the removal of the Great Works (2012) and Veazie (2013) dams, along with installation of a fish bypass at Howland Dam (2016) on the Penobscot River in Maine, Atlantic salmon and other sea-run fish now have access to nearly 2,000 miles of spawning and rearing habitat. The Penobscot River Restoration Project has allowed the river to return to a more natural state and renewed the sense of pride in communities who use the river.
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What would a healthy Klamath River look like? https://www.hcn.org/issues/53.12/indigenous-affairs-water-what-would-a-healthy-klamath-river-look-like via @highcountrynews
We can’t dam our way out of climate change. 5x more water is allocated than exists
“In California, water is for scamming. The newest example is a majestically cynical ploy being foisted on taxpayers by some of the state’s premier water hogs.” https://finance.yahoo.com/news/column-proposed-ballot-measure-pay-140009331.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw&tsrc=twtr