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Building bridges for fish
BPA works with conservation district and rancher to improve conditions for steelhead
Adult fall chinook returns shatter single-day record set just one year ago
Historic numbers of fish are returning to the Columbia River Basin, thanks to a combination of efforts to improve fish conditions at all life stages in the basin and favorable ocean conditions.
Milton-Freewater: A frontier for new technology
Oregon’s oldest city-owned utility leverages 30 years of experience to test new smart grid technologies. Milton-Freewater applied two-way communication tools and techniques to tried-and-true demand response methods.
BPA-funded project aims to make turbines safer for fish
Three federal agencies partner on a project to improve the design of hydroelectric turbines to make them friendlier to future generations of fish, with the first turbine to be tested at Ice Harbor Dam next year.
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