Glines Canyon Dam P-588

The Elwha River is unique among rivers of the Olympic Peninsula with a watershed that represents approximately 20% of Olympic National Park and headwaters reaching to the very center of the Olympic Mountains. These mountains were formed by the domal uplift of marine...

Condit P-2342

The Condit Hydroelectric Project (P-2342), constructed in 1913, consisted of a dam that diverted flows from 1.1 miles of the White Salmon River and returned it directly to that river. The project works included a dam that impounded the river, creating Northwestern...

Bull Run (Marmot) P-477

Marmot Dam on the Sandy River was removed in 2007 as part of decommissioning of Portland General Electric’s Bull Run Hydroelectric Project. Members of the Hydropower Reform Coalition participated in the negotiations that led to the settlement agreement for dam...

Hogansburg P-7518

This project is an important, precedent-setting dam removal. The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe is the first Tribe in the country to remove a federally licensed dam. This is also the first hydropower dam in New York to be fully removed. 

Brown Bridge P-2978

The licensee of the project decided that the project is not economically feasible for relicensing. Through a settlement of which HRC/MHRC was a part, the licensee decided to decommission the project, potentially opening the door for dam removal. For relicensing,...