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During our trip, we also visited the ancient petroglyphs at Buffalo Eddy on the Snake River and Lower Granite Dam, one of the four Lower Snake River dams. At Pacific Rivers, we believe there has never been a more important time for our efforts to educate and advocate through our storytelling. As climate impacts continue to accelerate the
extinction of Spring Chinook, and the effects of resource extraction along our rivers continues to intensify, these important stories point to a better way forward. We know these stories will inspire, educate and activate people to take action and hold our elected officials accountable. Together, we are all working to restore these watersheds and their priceless salmon runs.
PR’s Director of Storytelling Shane Anderson on location with members of the Nez Perce Tribe as they gather Kouse roots for the First Foods Ceremony.
Documentary filmmakers Seth Hahn and Maya Craig on location filming for our upcoming Nez Perce film project.
The Nez Perce petroglyphs at Buffalo Eddy. Using carbon dating to measure artifacts dating back 16,500 years, making the Nez Perce one of the oldest civilizations documented in North America.
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