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  1. Fire in the Hole - Take 2


    from John Gussman Liked 12.8K 100 6

    Watch the crew prepare and blast a section of Glines Canyon dam on the Elwha River as part of the restoration project. For more information visit http://www.elwhafilm.com

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    • Going Home


      from John Gussman Liked 3,662 19 5

      With the lower Elwha Dam gone, and the Glines Canyon Dam scheduled to be gone in early 2014, the chinook salmon are coming back to their ancestral spawning grounds unreachable for the last 100 years.…

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      • Altair to the Sea


        from John Gussman Liked 4,173 12 0

        Watch 4 local kayakers travel down the Elwha River from the Altair bridge to the mouth of the river 12 miles downstream. And on the way be some of the first ones to kayak thru the new stretch of rapids…

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        • DamNation | Trailer


          from FELT SOUL MEDIA Liked 123K 1,032 53

          This film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and…

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          • The Art of Dam Removal


            from Daniel Dancer Liked 2,738 21 6

            'Fire in the hole!' B O O M! Blending explosive footage, emotion and the power of a newly freed river after being blocked for 100 years, this video celebrates the power of art-activism…

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            • CURRENTS: Hood River, Oregon


              from Mike McKay Liked 9,177 61 7

              Season 2 Episode 2: In this episode we travel to Hood River to enjoy the rivers of the area. With the Little White Salmon & the White Salmon both being world class and very accessible, it…

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              • Condit Dam Removal Explained


                from Maser Films Liked 18.1K 125 5

                In late October, 2011, the White Salmon River in Washington state flowed again as the nearly 100-year-old Condit Dam was disabled with explosives. See never-before-seen video of the dam's lake…

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                • Oregon Field Guide Special: The White Salmon River Runs Free


                  from Maser Films Liked 3,431 20 0

                  In 2012, the 100 foot-tall Condit Dam was removed from the White Salmon River in southeast Washington, making it the largest dam in the world ever removed. The goal was simple: Restore habitat for…

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                  • White Salmon Opening


                    from Sheer Madness Productions Liked 752 4 1

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                    • The Restored Lower Gorge on the White Salmon River


                      from Sheer Madness Productions Liked 5,221 19 4

                      Here is a glimpse into the section of whitewater on the White Salmon River buried deep beneath the reservoir of the Condit Dam for over 100 years. A celebration is in order . . .

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                      • {worthWILD} OUR RIVERS


                        from Conservation Alliance Liked 1,434 12 0

                        Our Rivers, the second video in the worthWILD series, tells the story of a successful partnership between Conservation Alliance grantee American Whitewater and Conservation Alliance member, Portland-based…

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                        • Explosive Breach of Condit Dam


                          from Maser Films Liked 573K 1,554 24

                          On October 26th, a hole was blasted in the base of 125' tall Condit Dam on the White Salmon River in Washington. In less than 2 hours, the reservoir behind the dam drained completely and the…

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