Sharing natural resource project updates, media links and opportunities to get involved! Check back regularly for current news & events
Elwha Science in the News
Below are links to recent articles and other news media featuring our programs and related efforts.
- A cat gets its feet wet | Encyclopedia of Puget Sound (eopugetsound.org)
- Coho, Cutthroat & Mykiss, Oh My!
- How a Dying River Came Roaring Back to Life | The Saturday Evening Post
- After its dams came down, a river is reborn (The Elwha, unleashed) — High Country News – Know the West (hcn.org)
- Birds Are Helping to Plant an Entire Lost Landscape in Olympic National Park | Audubon
- The Elwha’s Living Laboratory: Lessons From the World’s Largest Dam-removal Project • The Revelator
- Tribes Are Leading the Way to Remove Dams and Restore Ecosystems – YES! Magazine (yesmagazine.org)
- A Young Tribe Member Recounts the Restoration of Her Ancestral Watershed (nautil.us)
- Native nations on front lines of climate change share knowledge and find support at intensive camps (msn.com)
From the Field
This blog follows Natural Resource teams and other partner organizations involved in Elwha watershed monitoring and restoration efforts into the field to get a boots on the ground look at current projects. You can follow along here:
Become a volunteer!
We have multiple projects that wouldn’t be possible without the support of community members like you! If you are interested in getting involved or would like more information, please follow this link to our volunteer interest form, so that we can connect you with the current project best suited to your availability, interests, and any gear or transportation needs. If you have any questions, please contact our Science Outreach Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 457-4012 ext. 7499.