An international team of researchers has found that the flow of Europe’s rivers and the movements of animals are impeded on average by more than … The post Europe’s rivers are broken, but there is a fix appeared first on Moldy Chum.
Return to Us chronicles the historic effort spearheaded by Eklutna, Inc. and The Conservation Fund to remove the abandoned Lower Eklutna Dam and kickstart the return of … The post Return to Us: Restoring Alaska’s Eklutna River appeared first on Moldy Chum.
Removal of the 90-year-old Rindge Dam from Malibu Canyon—a long-anticipated, multi-million-dollar project—moved a crucial step closer to reality on Friday, Nov. 13, when the U.S. … The post Army Corps Signs Off on Rindge Dam Removal appeared first on Moldy Chum.
The tide has shifted on dams. Once a monument to our engineering prowess, there’s now widespread acknowledgment that dam-building comes with a long list of … The post 5 Reasons to Rethink the Future of Dams appeared first on Moldy Chum.
The fight is far from over. Federal agencies have finalized a plan that will keep the Snake River Dams in place. Wild salmon advocates, tribal … The post Federal decision to keep Snake River dams in place is now official appeared first on Moldy Chum.
The U.S. government announced yesterday that four huge dams on the Snake River in Washington state will not be removed to help endangered salmon migrate … The post Snake River dams will not be removed to save salmon appeared first on Moldy Chum.
The Middle Fork Nooksack River Fish Passage project will restore access to approximately 16 miles of pristine spawning and rearing habitat in the upper Middle … The post Watching a dam being dynamited never disappoints appeared first on Moldy Chum.
You may not have heard much about the long fight to remove the Nooksack Dam near Bellingham, Washington, but its detonation this week will prove … The post A Dam Comes Down appeared first on Moldy Chum.