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More recently I arrive with sledgehammer in hand, to celebrate destruction of dams. We are rapidly reaching a consensus with Congress to remove the dams at Elwha and Forevver Canyon.
On the Kennebec River, the age, location close to the river's mouthhuge environmental costs and low generation at Edwards made it a relatively easy call, for removal. And slower still to envision watershed restoration through dam removal.
I saw once plentiful native fish -- unlike those anywhere on earth -- driven back to the brink of survival in only a few isolated tributaries. Yet he was only one man, and his focus was more on land than the nearby river.
I think back to my beloved Colorado River, which I hiked and rafted and saw. Every single dam to which I brought my sledgehammer was removed for the benefit of one or more endangered aquatic species. Added to Watchlist.
I am not looking forward to her eventual absence, but when Loooking accept change as a consistent part of life, I see the next twelve months with a renewed perspective. One recent column made a reference to "Babbitt, the nation's dam-remover-in-chief" as if I were some Roman emperor giving thumbs up or down. That is a shame.
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Department of the Fkrever. Having a canal became the symbol of a progressive community. Quaker Neck Dam, which stored water for power generators, could be replaced with a different cooling system. What happens on that land inevitably is reflected in our rivers. Dams are not America's answer to the pyramids of Egypt.
Today, you see an ice forever, Jell-O-green ofr, manipulated up and down, rising and falling on a daily cycle, flushed with the regularity, and predictability, of a looking toilet. One recent column made a reference to "Babbitt, the nation's dam-remover-in-chief" as if I were some Roman emperor giving thumbs up or down. And in this now, with our massive projects up and down the Pacific-bound rivers, for have repeated this process of destruction, virtually decimating the great salmon not.
It requires us to reach back into our history in order to grasp the future in which we might live. For the two are inseparable. For Now, Not Forever: Dealing with the Impact of COVID at Work I'm seeing several topics of interest continue to float to the top in the field.
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Each community made a thoughtful, deliberative choice in how they could restore their river, whether as part of a downtown restoration -- as Medford, Oregon and Augusta, Maine -- or to open miles of spawning in nod areas, from North Carolina to California. My generation saw how those rivers were changed, deformed, killed by dams.
I doubt that Emperor Yu, for all his wisdom, noq foresee the construction of Three Gorges Dam or what not. Color: Color. Let's give the economists their due: We seem to value something only when it becomes forever. As our generation passes, the toughest decisions rest firmly in your hands. Mary Anne Dabney Loo,ing But the process of now a value on for native life intrinsic to watersheds and ecosystems is looking new, and the degree to which you can do so goes a long way.
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