River Wild, River Tamed
The over 3 million miles of American rivers and streams meet between 80,000 and 2 million dams. Since the nation was founded, we’ve built an average of a dam per day, for the purpose of water storage, hydroelectricity and flood control. But should four dams on the Snake River be removed to help the struggling Salmon? Or, are there better solutions? Join us to learn more about the high-stakes debates over hydroelectric dams.