The Eagle and Phenix Dam was a stone dam on the Chattahoochee River, in downtown Columbus, Georgia. The dam was built in 1882 to power the Eagle and Phenix Textile Mill. It was breached in March 2012 to restore natural flowing conditions and create an urban whitewater park along the river.
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BREAKING: The Seattle Times published a powerful Op Ed by Yakama Nation Tribal Councilman Jeremy Takala and Columbia Riverkeeper Executive Director Lauren Goldberg, “Stop sacrificing Indigenous sacred sites in the name of climate change.” Read more: https://bit.ly/SeattleTimesGoldendale
“I can’t imagine a life without salmon and if you can’t either, it’s time to remove the dams.” – Amy Cordalis, Yurok Tribe
#ItCanBeDone #StandWithTribes #SaveOurSalmon