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BPA employees help rescue bear cub in Shelton
Rapid response helps protect small bear, large power equipment at BPA’s substation in Shelton, Wash.
BPA Annual Report: 2015 path to success
“Path to Success,” this year’s BPA Annual Report, documents our activities and progress around the Pacific Northwest for fiscal year 2015.
BPA celebrates protection of Lemhi River fish and wildlife habitat
BPA, the governor of Idaho and other officials, celebrate the protection of nearly 5,000 acres of critical habitat for endangered Snake River salmon and steelhead in the headwaters of the Lemhi River.
BPA Improves hundreds of acres of habitat on Sauvie Island
Thanks to BPA and its partners, more sloughs and wetlands on the Sauvie Island Wildlife Area are now open to juvenile salmon, steelhead and other wildlife.
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