Scientists are getting the “before” shot of the Elwha so they can see how things change once the river is dam-free.
Keeping track of river otters to better understand a changing river and its impact on the forest ecosystem.
The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe is counting on hatcheries to hasten the return of its subsistence fisheries.
For dozens of salmon swimming in a pool of the Elwha River, Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 was a significant day. That’s the day the concrete came down on the dams blocking their their passage into the heart of Olympic National Park.
PORT ANGELES, Wash. — Standing on the banks of the Elwha River on a crisp November afternoon last week, Mel Elofson eased a slippery pink coho salmon into the cold, green water and watched it swim away.
For those who want to get more involved - by visiting the area around the Elwha dams.
EarthFix Reporter Ashley Ahearn’s personal account of her experience on the Elwha River.
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