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Image 1: A free-flowing river: the Smith River in northwestern Calfornia.
Most rivers have been turned into plumbing; free rivers are a precious
and wonderful thing to experience


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Image 2: A free-flowing river: the Smith River in northwestern Calfornia

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Image 3: The Clavey River flows free in this part of the central
Sierra Nevada foothills, California. Other portions of the Clavey,
a tributary of the Tuolumne River, are damned


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Image 4: A freshwater marsh in Sierra Valley, northern Sierra Nevada, California

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Image 5: The San Luis Wildlife Refuge,
a remnant of original San Joaquin Valley marsh


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Image 6: The San Luis Wildlife Refuge,
a remnant of original San Joaquin Valley marsh


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Image 7: A riparian area along the Kern River in the foothills
of the sourthern Sierra Nevada, California


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Image 8: A large stream in the Opal Creek Wilderness, Cascades, Oregon

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Image 9: A large stream in the Opal Creek Wilderness, Cascades, Oregon

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Image 10: A tiny stream in the Opal Creek Wilderness, Cascades, Oregon

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Image 11: Moose Creek, Cascades, Oregon

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Image 12: Quartzville Creek, Cascades, Oregon

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Image 13: Quartzville Creek, Cascades, Oregon

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Image 14: Quartzville Creek, Cascades, Oregon

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