Censored Ad of the Week

In Outside the Park


This ad was banned in Portland. It sounds like a no-brainer: removing the outdated dams on the Klamath River is cheaper than fixing them. The best part is that this would restore a major salmon fishery, helping commercial fishing businesses and the economy.

This stuff is still controversial for some folks, but consider this: If you could go back in time, would you let the buffalo get wiped out, or would you help them out?

Ad by Salmon for Savings / Friends of the River

Photo by Save Our Wild Salmon via Flickr

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