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Rogue River

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Tour of Bhutan

Explore the rivers and people of Shangri-La
Kayaking Expedition on the

Chetco River

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News & Updates

Join American Whitewater Today!

Zach / Friday, May 11, 2012

American Whitewater is a non-profit organization whose mission is "to conserve and restore America's whitewater resources and to enhance opportunities to enjoy them safely." For those of us that love to paddle whitewater, they are the key organization to restoring boatable river flows and access to the places we love. If you are a whitewater rafter, kayaker, catarafter, tuber, stand-up paddleboarder, riverboarder, Paco-pader, Zorber, and/or swimmer you should become a member...

Please Help Support the Chetco River

Zach / Wednesday, November 2, 2011

This month the Bureau of Land Management has asked for public comments about one of the most beautiful and pristine rivers in Oregon: the Chetco River. Most people don't know much about the Chetco since much of it flows through the rugged and isolated Kalmiopsis Wilderness in Southern Oregon. This Wild and Scenic River is a valuable salmon and steelhead river, which is vital for the economy of the surrounding communities....

The White Salmon River is Now Free!

Zach / Thursday, October 27, 2011

BOOM, went the dynamite at 12:10 PM on the White Salmon River. The water hurtled forth in a frothy, gray gusher as the crowds cheered this historic explosion. It was an amazing site to see this sad, dry riverbed come alive almost instantly with churning whitewater. Northwestern Lake (the dam's reservoir) already looks like a river again, 30 minutes later. Over 10 years of effort by American Rivers and the Yakama...

Condit Dam Removal

Zach / Friday, October 14, 2011

We're less than two weeks away from the historic removal of the Condit Dam on the White Salmon River. The Condit Dam, completed in 1913, was built to generate electricity for the local timber industry. For almost 100 years it has blocked passage for salmon and steelhead up the White Salmon River just 3 miles past the confluence with the Columbia River. The White Salmon River was named for the abundance...