The Super Salmon
Films • 25m
Proponents of a plan to construct a $5.2 billion hydroelectric mega-dam on Alaska’s Susitna River say it wouldn’t affect the watershed’s famous salmon runs because of its location – upstream of where fish usually swim. Tell that to The Super Salmon.
Director & Producer: Ryan Peterson
2016 | 25 min
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