Tuesday, March 29, 2016
The glassy, cold Carmel River surged through the Santa Lucia Mountains
The glassy, cold Carmel River surged through a little valley in the Santa Lucia Mountains. The Carmel was diverted around the former San Clemente Dam site into a channel fashioned out of a historic creek bed. The $83 million dam removal and river restoration project was the most ambitious in California history.
Map From: Nature Conservancy
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