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Behind the Scenes of 'Undamming the Elwha'
I live in Port Angeles and appreciate being able to keep up to date on the events leading to the freeing of the Elwha River. Thank the filmmakers and all others who have created this wonderful documentary about this event. I have a much better appreciation now of the history of this amazing place I am privileged to call home.
The University of Washington Center for Ecogenetics & Environmental Health has a blog series about the Elwha River Restoration at www.ecogenetix.org. Check it out!
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