What do we lose with a dam at Anderson that floods seven miles of White River corridor and Mounds State Park? Videographer Mark Dawson shows us in an incredible collection of videos available on YouTube. Visit the Mark Dawson White River Videos to see for yourself.
Because of the proposed Anderson / Mounds dam, Park Place Arts, in collaboration with Berkshop Theatre, are now accepting submissions of artwork for an upcoming exhibit. The exhibit will celebrate the natural beauty and historical heritage of the threatened White River corridor and Mounds State Park. Continue reading Requiem for the Wapahani
Friends of the White River oppose the proposed Mounds / Anderson dam.
We consider the loss of a free flowing stream near our area to be a huge cost to pay for a reservoir with unknown / questionable water quality. Fishing and recreational opportunities will degrade. As the river exists now, there are fine canoeing and kayaking opportunities. Our White River is presently teeming with small mouth bass and other game fish, and many people enjoy fishing there. Continue reading Mounds Dam