An agreement announced in November 2020 paves the way for demolition of four hydroelectric dams on the Lower Klamath River, the largest dam removal in U.S. history. This would reopen hundreds of miles of waterway along the Oregon-California border to Chinook and Coho Salmon restoration, critical and sacred to tribes […]
The Winnemem Wintu: Bringing the Salmon Home
EcoJustice Radio speaks with Chief Caleen Sisk, the Spiritual Leader of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe, whose ancestral territory includes what is now known as the McCloud River watershed below “Buliyum Puyuk” aka. Mt. Shasta in Northern California.
Why Fish Farming is Not Sustainable Nor Healthy
Watch the documentary, ‘Fillet Oh Fish!’ – With wild salmon threatened throughout the world, aquaculture unfortunately creates significant pollution and toxic fillets.
DamNation: On Dam Removal, Salmon and Wild Flowing Rivers
DamNation explores the history of dams in the US and the movement to tear down these “engineering marvels” and rediscover the wild flowing rivers and the ecosystems they nourish.
Dam, You’re One Ugly Hurdle…
Go ask any fish how it feels to have your road home permanently blocked by a “clean” “green” “renewable” “low-cost” hydroelectric dam.
SpOIL: Tar Sands Pipelines Threaten Great Bear Rainforest
The Enbridge Inc. Northern Gateway Pipelines project threatened British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, home to thousands of species of plants and animals and the Kermode white spirit bear, enabling the destructive Alberta oil sands mining project. The project is dead, but tar sands are still being mined, shipped and burned, destroying ecosystems and the climate.