With every new indicator of change for the Elwha, I find myself saying, "Dick told us this would happen." I only wish he was alive to see it. All of it.

Reporter Lynda Mapes, who can be seen interviewing Dick Goin in THE MEMORY OF FISH, has a new article in The Seattle Times entitled "At Elwha River, forests, fish and flowers where there were dams and lakes." The article features photos by John Gussman of lupine growing in what was once Lake Mills and data visualization describing Chinook runs past the old dam sites. With so much negative news these days, prepare to be inspired by the Elwha's second chance at life.

Read the full article HERE.

 Lupine flood what used to be the former Lake Mills in 2017. The nitrogen-fixing flower is helping plants thrive. Photo by John Gussman.

Lupine flood what used to be the former Lake Mills in 2017. The nitrogen-fixing flower is helping plants thrive. Photo by John Gussman.