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2 thoughts on “Final explosion frees Elwha River at Glines Canyon

  1. It’s a heart-warming and encouraging story to see how we can get out of the way and let nature restore herself. It will be exciting to see it happen over the next months and years.

  2. Thanks, Howie. I know you are interested in the removal of the Snake River dams.

    I can remember when I first heard the idea of removing the two dams on the Elwha River. It was an environmentalist’s dream to open up 70 miles of “pristine” stream habitat, but it really sounded crazy at the time.

    Now removal must be considered an option for all dams. They are not permanent structures. How many more dams will be removed in our lifetimes or the lifetimes of our children and grandchildren? How many new ones will be built? How do we make these decisions?

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