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Dam Removal in 2018 – Another Successful Year of Freeing Rivers By Jessie Thomas-Blate – American Rivers – February 20, 2019 Communities seeking relief from flooding caused by increasingly intense storms. Fish seeking refuge from warming downstream waters. Parents seeking … Continue reading

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Legislative Overreach Aims to Thwart Salmon Recovery By Wendy McDermott – American Rivers – October 9, 2017 Time is running out for what were once the largest salmon and steelhead runs on the planet – the magnificent runs of the … Continue reading

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Why the Headwaters Matter for Natural Infrastructure By Julie Fair – American Rivers Blog – March 10, 2017 When most people think about water infrastructure, they picture reservoirs, canals, and levees. However, the forests, meadows, and snowy mountain peaks above … Continue reading

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California Law Recognizes Meadows and Forests as Water Infrastructure By Luke Hunt, Ph.D. – American Rivers – October 4, 2016 California’s vast water infrastructure is likely the most extensive in the world. It includes the tallest dam in the nation … Continue reading

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