World’s Largest Dam Removal Unleashes U.S. River After Century of Electric Production | water, energy & trains |

Today, on a remote stretch of the Elwha River in northwestern Washington state, a demolition crew hired by the National Park Service plans to detonate a battery of explosives within the remaining section of the Glines Canyon Dam. If all goes well, the blasts will destroy the last 30 feet of the 210-foot-high dam and will signal the culmination of the largest dam-removal project in the world.


Via SustainOurEarth, David Maruny