Anadromous fish such as salmon and steelhead have a rough time when it comes to finding their way home. Dams and other man-made barriers can present insurmountable obstacles, cutting them off from long stretches of their historic spawning habitat. Fortunately, an innovative technique just might help salmon find their way: the salmon cannon. I’ll let… Read more »
This blog was originally published November 12, 2014 on CrossCut.com. Read the original article here Buckley Dam fish kill | White Noise Productions The annual return of salmon to the White River, which flows from the Emmons Glacier on Mount Rainier to the Puyallup River, is a cause for celebration among Indian tribes, anglers and… Read more »
Removal of Glines Canyon Dam on the Elwha River – August 15, 2014 | NPS What will 3,700 more new dams do that 48,000 existing ones haven’t already done? Invite more problems. According to a new study done by researchers in Europe, the 3,700 new dams under construction or planned for construction around the world… Read more »
Welcome to the fifth and last part of the Anglers Fund conservation update, which summarizes our recent successes to protect and restore important fish habitat. The theme for this report is “healthy fish need healthy rivers”. We hope you’ll enjoy seeing how our work has a positive impact on fisheries. This week is the Mid-Atlantic… Read more »
In response to our action alert this summer, more than 10,000 American Rivers members and supporters contacted Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead to tell him “no” to new dams on the Upper Green River. The governor heard you, as the proposed dams recently were dropped from further consideration due to widespread public opposition.
A proposed diversion will have tremendous economic and ecological impacts on New Mexico’s last, wild river: the Gila.
NMFS announces long-awaited plans to prevent annual White River fish kills Buckley Dam fish kill | White Noise Productions Seattle, Wash. — The National Marine Fisheries Service today released its official report, known as a biological opinion, on the Army Corps of Engineers’ Buckley Dam. The report lays out a path for bringing the outdated… Read more »
A proposed diversion will have tremendous economic and ecological impacts on New Mexico’s last wild river: the Gila.
Hoover Dam | US Bureau of Reclamation The iconic Hoover Dam went into service on October 9, 1936 to manage the Colorado River water supply for cities of the Southwest and to irrigate the region’s farmland. It also generates hydroelectricity, which is sold to the states of Nevada and Arizona, Southern California Edison Co., the… Read more »
Fielder Dam on Evans Creek | River Design Group Two dam removals are planned for Summer 2015 on Evans Creek, a tributary to the Rogue River in Oregon. Fielder Dam, a 19 foot tall, 259 foot long dam is located 3 miles from Evans Creek’s confluence with the Rogue River. Wimer Dam, a 19 foot… Read more »