Strait of Juan de Fuca's newest beach keeps growing
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Sediment flows released by dam removal in the $325 million project to restore the river to its wild state are continuing to shape the river mouth and are forming sizable pools where none was before.
Sediment clogging a water treatment plant has held up demolition work on the remaining 60 feet of Glines Canyon Dam until July while workers effect a $1.4 million “correction” on the plant's intakes.
Farther north, the Elwha Dam has been removed for nearly a year as the river cuts a swath through the bed of the former Lake Aldwell.
Last modified: April 07. 2013 11:43AM