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'One of the best nature shows': A river transformed after dams come down
by Murray Carpenter, Weekend Edition
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21 June 2020
On 21 June 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
Along central Maine's Sebasticook River, the first thing you'll notice are the birds. Eagles are everywhere, wading on gravel bars and chattering from the trees. More than 20 years ago [conservationist Steve Brooke] began advocating for the removal of a large hydroelectric dam downstream, on the Kennebec River. The Edwards Dam came down in 1999 after the federal government ordered its removal, saying the ecological costs outweighed the benefit of the power it provided. That was the first such order and it boosted what is a growing trend. Now, dozens of aging dams are removed from U.S. rivers every year.
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