Wild and Scenic Montana


Follow Ian McIntosh as he kayaks down the Stillwater River and discusses the recently proposed hydropower dams in the watershed that threatened East and West Rosebud creeks.

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Rising from the Ashes

Less than six years ago, the second of two dams on the Elwha River, on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, was taken out to provide access for fish to the upper river located in the Olympic National Park. Since then, we have witnessed a remarkable transformation of the river – and of the wildlife that depend on it. Before the dams were installed in the early 1900s, the Elwha produced consistent and robust runs of salmon and steelhead and was a productive fishery. Afterwards, these runs dwindled almost to nothing.

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