Notes from the (water) underground

January 2009
High Country News;1/19/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p6
The article focuses on the McKenzie River of Oregon. It is stated that the McKenzie and other Cascade rivers are fed by groundwater that literally springs out of the earth on both sides of the crest. According to Gordon Grant, a research hydrologist with the U.S. Forest Service, if places were honored in proportion to their impact on humans, the McKenzie River will be a shrine.


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