Big Beaver Valley, Skagit River, WA Photo by Nick O'Neil

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From California Trout   11/22/2021

Update: Potter Valley Project on the Eel River

From Idaho Rivers United   11/17/2021

What happens to fish populations when dams are removed?

From California Trout   11/17/2021

Infrastructure Bill and Improvements to Fish Passage

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Dam Effects


Tribal Resources › Videos   12/17/2020

Guardians of the River

In this film by American Rivers and Swiftwater Films, Indigenous leaders share why removing four dams to restore a healthy Klamath River is critical for clean water, food sovereignty and justice. 

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Comments › Sample pleadings   12/28/2020

CRC request to deny TLP for Fiske Mill

Comments › Laws, court cases, and filings › Sample pleadings   8/16/2021

Motion to Intervene & Comments on Draft Supplemental EIS on the Coosa Project

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Waterloo P-2438

 Active Conventional Hydro

FERC project name: Waterloo & Seneca Falls

The Waterloo and Seneca Falls Project consists of two developments that are 4.2 miles apart: the Waterloo Development and the Seneca Falls Development. The project is located on the 12.6-mile-long Seneca River section of the New York State Barge Canal System (NYSBCS) between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake.

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