A team of state, federal and tribal scientists gathers baseline data in the Elwha River in 2011. They used the data to better understand the changes taking place in the river, and eventually the entire watershed, as the dams on the river came down.
A team of state, federal and tribal scientists gathers baseline data in the Elwha River in 2011. They used the data to better understand the changes taking place in the river, and eventually the entire watershed, as the dams on the river came down. Steve Ringman Seattle Times file
A team of state, federal and tribal scientists gathers baseline data in the Elwha River in 2011. They used the data to better understand the changes taking place in the river, and eventually the entire watershed, as the dams on the river came down. Steve Ringman Seattle Times file

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