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Check it out!!! #RallyForRivers support karne please apne phone se ek missed call kariye- 8000980009. Our rivers are drying. With this missed call we can show our support so the government takes the necessary measures to preserve the rivers and their nearby areas. The plan is to create a one kilometre green patch on either banks of the river. MISSED CALL KARO!! 8000980009.

#SaveNature #SaveTheRivers #IncredibleIndia #IshaFoundation

When the Nor Cal Guides and Sportsmans Association needs a casting platform for a casting game...but no one wants to build a platform... We had an awesome fundraiser dinner. We gave away over 100 guns and 100 guided trips. Please get involved with the association. We need your help to fix our rivers. www.ncgasa.org #adiposeboatworks #ncgasa #savetherivers #flyfishing #salmon #steelhead #sacramentoriver #featherriver

We are all about hiking now🌲🦎🦅🌳🐍🐜🌴🦋🏞 #savetheplanet #savetheforest #savetherivers SUSTAINABILITY! 🍀 my new love word!

Please give a missed call on 8000980009 & support the campaign #rallyforrivers #savetherivers #supportagoodcause #makeadifference #bethedifference

Dead Alive River - Rio Pinheiros São Paulo
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Congrats to @altabuden on becoming an adult 😜 #hunter #mfa #thesis #estuary #savetherivers

My small little speech at #RallyForRivers event in Mumbai. Hope it makes sense.:) #SaveTheRivers #OurContributionImportant #MagicMissedCall

The rivers of India are all drying up. Join in #RallyForRivers. Make a missed call to 8000980009 to register your vote. We need 100 million calls for the government to pass a resolution to plant 1km of forest alongside every nation in the country. Please give a missed call NOW! It will take only 30 seconds. #SaveTheRivers #Sadhguru #IshaFoundation

Rivers are the lifeline of mother nature..protect our mother and save the rivers, pledge your support by giving a missed call to.. 8000980009 #rallyforrivers #savetherivers #goodcause #planetearth #sadhguru

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Boating in Ganga is one of the best moment of my life. First thought its very easy, then i had to change my opinion. ;)
#boat #ganga #savetherivers #waterforlife #riversoflife #banaras #varanasi

When the Nor Cal Guides and Sportsmans Association needs a casting platform for a casting game...but no one wants to build a platform... We had an awesome fundraiser dinner. We gave away over 100 guns and 100 guided trips. Please get involved with the association. We need your help to fix our rivers. www.ncgasa.org #adiposeboatworks #ncgasa #savetherivers #flyfishing #salmon #steelhead #sacramentoriver #featherriver

Congrats to @altabuden on becoming an adult 😜 #hunter #mfa #thesis #estuary #savetherivers

....two Pilgrims...on the same journey yet so different. Yet even more connected than ever seems on the surface....just like fishes in the water! <3

#journeysoflove #keepwalking #savetherivers #pilgrimsrest #loveandsoul #free #theriver

A sneek peek of the mighty Brahmaputra from the Nilachal Hills #Savetherivers #Brahmaputra #nilachalhills

— Part Five + final
The number one question I hear when people are learning about the effects of a dam on a river is, "are all dams destructive?" For me, the short answer has to be a yes. Anything that blocks a river like a dam does is impeding the natural flow of sediment that feeds our ecosystem while blocking migration of fish species at risk of extinction. Finding unnatural cement ladders to get past multiple dams in flooded river reservoirs​ full of warm stagnant water is nothing but an obstacle compared to a free flowing river.
But are some dams necessary? Again, that's a contradictory yes for me too, because dams have played a vital economic role in our nation's history. As for today, there are many with aging infrastructure and evolving economic benefits, or lack there of.
The eight dams on the Columbia/Snake River system are not created equal. The four on the Columbia have brought both benefits and disasters, as well as being retrofitted to accommodate safer salmon passage. The four dams of the lower Snake River are an agonizingly different story.
These dams have been heavily debated long before ever coming online, even by the Army Corps of Engineers who later built them. A cold war era of fear and a close proximity to Hanford Nuclear brought their Congressional approval online in 1962, 1969, 1970, and 1975.
Few people realize that the Snake River dams are of a type known as "run of the river" which means no flood control storage. The reservoirs must be kept within three feet of the top to run locks for barges. Barges that plow along side railways and highways that until 1975 carried the regions cargo at no cost to salmon or to U.S. citizens. All in the name of calling Lewiston, Idaho a "seaport" 450 miles inland from the sea.
So, how does removal start? To begin, the assumption that Congress needs to authorize breaching of these dams has been incorrect. The Army Corps has been given a fiduciary responsibility to ensure that all of their projects are economicly viable as well as not harming the environment, being technically sound and not endangering anything. >> Continued in comments >>

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