17 mins


The Klamath River was once the third-largest salmon-producing river in the continental U.S. But dams and diversions have led to fish kills and cut off spawning grounds for the fish, which is intertwined with the Yurok Tribe’s way of life. Undammed follows Yurok attorney and dam removal advocate Amy Bowers Cordalis as she sees decades of work pay off with the planned removal of four of the Klamath’s hydroelectric dams. One of the largest river restoration projects in history, the dam removals represent the beginning of a new era of Indigenous-led conservation and healing.

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Shane Anderson

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Featured in the 2024 Mountainfilm Festival.
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