Meander: Restoring Wildboy Creek

Water is meant to move, to flow, to meander. Tanna Engdahl, spiritual leader with the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, travels to the former confluence of three creeks at the headwaters of the Washougal River. Tanna takes stock of what was lost when this confluence was dammed to form a lake for a summer camp in the 1950s, and what Columbia Land Trust and the Cowlitz Tribe stand to regain by conserving the surrounding forest, removing the dam, and restoring the Washougal River system for salmon, steelhead, wildlife, and people alike. Video produced for Columbia Land Trust by Zach Putnam Productions.
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