The Mighty Snake River:
How do we hold our government accountable to nature?
Want a job where you don't have to do what you say you're going to? Maybe, the Government can help.
The Snake River is one of two crown jewels held by the Northwest corner of the U.S., but the government has taken for granted its bounties and benefits. The exploitation of this gift needs to stop, yet we allowed it in the first place. Our democracy put people in charge who proposed dams, and then allowed for them to be implemented. Now, almost 60 years after the fact we are faced with a dilemma on how to proceed. Is the history surrounding dams important enough to keep us from re-evaluating our past choices?