A river (finally) runs through it
Sure, it sounds dry, but the destruction of the 210-foot Glines Canyon Dam in Washington’s Olympic National Park will complete one of the biggest dam removal projects in our nation’s history. It comes on the heels of the Elwha Dam removal
in May 2012, which means that by September 2014, the entire Elwha River—and the native Chinook and steelhead that call it
home—will flow from the Olympics to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.