The legacy of spillway dams is one of scars and damage, but a Lower Columbia group is trying to change that.

Lauren Ellenbecker, “The Columbian” KELSO — The legacy of outdated logging methods popularized more than a century ago remains etched throughout the Coweeman River. Long before railroads and logging roads existed, massive timber stands were transported along waterways—like the Coweeman—throughout Western Oregon and Washington. The … Read more