Q&A: 1,000 miles from Source to Sea
Two paddlers from the Grand Salmon project talk about their upcoming trip, dam removal, and Snake River salmon.
Libby Tobey and Hailey Thompson are embarking on an incredible trip this summer along with three other athletes and advocates. The women are skiing and paddling over 1,000 miles from central Idaho to the Pacific Ocean as part of a public awareness and advocacy initiative, the “Grand Salmon Source to Sea" project, which aims to…
Guaranteed: they will come back
Pacific salmon and steelhead connect the Pacific Ocean to the Sawtooth mountains and persist at 1-2 percent of their historic numbers. Their decline precisely parallels the construction of the four lower Snake River dams
Editor’s note: This is the sixth and final installment in a series of articles showing that removing four dams on the lower Snake River is the last, best hope for wild Snake River salmon and steelhead. Wild Snake River salmon and steelhead are on the brink of extinction, but we can bring these incredible fish…
It’s World Water Day. What does that mean to you?
On World Water Day, we ask ourselves not just what water means to us, but "What we can do to make it better, cleaner and more available in our communities and environment?" Learn more about the impacts of abandoned mine pollution on communities across the United States. And then check out this video to learn…