It's time for a little break from the successful film festival run to bring you some good news about what's happening on the Elwha River. As reported by Lynda Mapes of The Seattle Times, "More sockeye, chinook and bull trout have made it above the former Glines Canyon dam site so far this spawning season than documented in any year since the unprecedented dam-removal project completed on the Elwha River." Read the full article.

Dick Goin told us so. His dream for the Elwha is becoming reality, right before our eyes. His legacy lives on in scientists like George Pess, Sam Brenkman, and Jeff Duda, who all played a role in the making of this film. Dick never told me if he listened to Zeppelin, but he did predict that the forests would echo with laughter once those dams came down.