Economic Development Corporation

​​​CLALLAM COUNTY 

Altair to the Sea

from John Gussman


4 local kayakers travel down the Elwha River from the Altair bridge to the mouth of the river 12 miles downstream. And on the way be some of the first ones to kayak thru the new stretch of rapids at the site of the former Elwha Dam, which was removed in 2012.


And pointed out to me by Morgan of Olympic Raft & Kayak, at 1:23 into the video a salmon can be seen jumping the rapids near center left of screen..extra bonus points for this.

​​A History of the

Elwha River Restoration

# 3

from Fox Wilmar Productions


The next in a series of videos for Olympic National Park about the removal of the dams on the Elwha River and the long term restoration process.

​A History of the

Elwha River Restoration

# 2

from Fox Wilmar Productions


The next in a series of videos for Olympic National Park about the removal of the dams on the Elwha River and the long term restoration process.

​A History of the

Elwha River Restoration

# 1

from Fox Wilmar Productions


The first in a series of videos for Olympic National Park about the removal of the dams on the Elwha River and the long term restoration process.

History of Port Angeles

FromNorth Olympic Library System

Part Two - From approximately 1890 


Bert Kellogg came to Port Angeles in 1940 with only 10% vision in one eye and the other blind. For over 30 years Kellogg collected photographs  of the olympic peninsula from the 1870s through the mid-1900s, documenting the places and people of his new home.  He then carefully copied and restored those images.

Part two of this narration continues to use these photographs to provide us with a rare glimpse into the early history of Port Angeles and its first residents.

History of Port Angeles

From North Olympic Library System

Part One - From approximately 1860 to 1915


Bert Kellogg came to Port Angeles in 1940 with

only 10% vision in one eye and the other blind.

For over 30 years Kellogg collected photographs

of the olympic peninsula from the 1870s through the mid-1900s, documenting the places and people of his new home.  He then carefully copied and restored those images.


Part one of this narration uses these photographs to provide us with a rare glimpse into the early history of Port Angeles and its first residents.



HISTORY OF PORT ANGELES  |  History of the Elwha River Restoration Project