You just have to give Mother Nature a chance…after 108-foot high Elwah Dam was removed from Washington’s Elwah River last September, biologists are already finding wild steelhead spawning above the old dam site!
Even more exciting is the fact that the other dam on the river, Glines Canyon Dam (upstream 8 miles) is in the process of being removed as well. Once that barrier is taken down, salmon and steelhead will have full access to the river and her tributaries — much of which lies in pristine condition in Olympic National Park!
Read the entire story at the LA TIMES
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