“River Story” Exhibit, New Start for Silver Bow Creek, Insect Life and Rivers
- At the Port Angeles Library, “River Story,” an exhibit of sculptures, paintings, photographs, poetry, and interpretive panels are on display, celebrating the Elwha River and removal of the Elwha Dam. And like any healthy waterway, the exhibit will take in nourishment as well as give, with visitors encouraged to “write poems and reminiscences” of their experience.
- A century after being declared “officially dead,” and after over a decade of focused restoration, Montana’s Silver Bow Creek has been given a new start to life.
- While bad news for outdoor performers and picnics in the park, abundant insect life is good news for the fly angler, and good for the health of rivers, too.
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