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Dike breach offers salmon and steelhead new habitat
For the first time in decades, Columbia River water inundates a historical tidal wetland near Rainier, Ore. The project reopens prime habitat for juvenile salmon, steelhead and other wildlife.
EPRI maps out power system of the future
EPRI President and CEO Mike Howard visited BPA to share the research organization’s roadmap for a more flexible, resilient and connected grid.
Miller named VP of Engineering and Technical Services
Mike Miller has been tapped to lead a $500 million capital program that provides technical support for transmission maintenance as well as real property services to BPA.
BPA research aids Columbia River white sturgeon
BPA-funded research finds white sturgeon don’t reproduce until they are at least 18 years old making this summer’s die-off of 80 adult sturgeon in the Columbia River especially troubling.
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