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2009

Rogue River Runs Free at Savage Rapids October 8, 2009
Tomorrow, the Rogue River will move freely for the first time in nearly a century on a stretch of river near Grants Pass, Oregon, when work crews pull down a temporary coffer dam in place around the demolished north side of Savage Rapids Dam.
Rogue River to Run Free at Savage Rapids Dam Next Week October 2, 2009
Storied Salmon Stream On the Verge of Historic Restoration
Latest Klamath Dam Removal Proposal Delays Decision to Remove Dams Sept. 30, 2009
Joined Agreements Protect Dam Owner and Agribusiness, Leave Fish and Wildlife at Risk
New Level of Protection Achieved for Rogue River Flows, Fish, and Recreation August 14, 2009
Substantial New Instream Water Right Provides Certainty for Rogue’s Future
$5 million of Federal Stimulus Awarded to Remove Rogue River’s Gold Ray Dam June 30, 2009
Project will mark fourth significant dam removal on Rogue River in three years
Media Advisory: Demolition Commences on Rogue River’s Savage Rapids Dam May 28, 2009
Work Crews Move Closer to Historic Restoration
Removal Commences on Rogue River’s Savage Rapids Dam April 1, 2009
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Announces Work Crews Will Begin Task by End of Next Week

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