RIVERS OF POWER

 
Rivers of Power:
A Citizen’s Guide to River Restoration through Hydropower Reform
 
 
by
Friends of the River
and the
California Hydropower Reform Coalition
 
Friends of the River (FOR) is California’s statewide river conservation organization. Working to protect and restore rivers for more than 30 years, it has played a key role in improving hydroelectric operations in the state.
 
The California Hydropower Reform Coalition (CHRC) unites and coordinates over 35 organizations dedicated to protecting and enhancing California rivers affected by federally-regulated hydropower dams. CHRC members work to ensure hydropower projects are operated to support the full range of benefits our rivers provide, including the protection of fish and wildlife habitat and public recreation opportunities.
 
Credits
Text: Jen Carville, Steve Evans, Laura Norlander, Lindsey Pernell
Editors: Kelly Catlett, Steve Evans
Design: Jeff Bright (www.jeffbright.com)
Front cover photos: Caribou Powerhouse – PG&E, River Detail – Jeff Bright
Published with support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation,
the Resources Legacy Fund Foundation and the Hydropower Reform Coalition