Un-Dam It: Inside the Era of Freeing Eastern Rivers

By Tom Keer

Feb 12, 2020

When I first heard that the Edwards Dam on Maine’s Kennebec River was coming down, I couldn’t believe my ears. The 917-foot-long dam, built in 1837 from an early mix of concrete and timber, existed in some form or fashion for 162 years until it was demolished in 1999.  <Read More>


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