The Murky Future of Our Wild Rivers: 3

The Murky Future of Our Wild Rivers: 3

Part 3: Bristol Bay, Trolls, and the Pebble Mine    The third and final post of this blog series focuses on a concentration of wild rivers located in Bristol Bay at the northeastern end of the Alaskan peninsula. This watershed supports the world’s largest...
The Murky Future of Our Wild Rivers: 2

The Murky Future of Our Wild Rivers: 2

Part 2: A Long Stretch of Rough Water.   The West Coast’s wild rivers served as the lifeblood of indigenous tribes for thousands of years before the first settlers arrived. Coastal tribes relied on massive migrations of salmon for subsistence, and mountain tribes...
The Murky Future of Our Wild Rivers: 1

The Murky Future of Our Wild Rivers: 1

Part 1: It’s All About the Fish.   We stood on a sidehill shaded by redwoods and Douglas firs, water cascading down the rugged canyon below. My uncle pointed to a deep pool at the base of a towering waterfall. “Look close—see ‘em?” he whispered. Dark...
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