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Decommissioning abandoned roads to protect fish
Decommissioning-abandoned-roads-to-protect-fish.aspx … High in the mountain country of central Idaho, these dirt logging roads can threaten spawning habitat …
February 06, 2015
Once nearly extinct, Idaho sockeye regaining fitness advantage
Once-nearly-extinct-Idaho-sockeye-regaining-fitness-advantage.aspx … Hatchery program turns the corner from saving species to rebuilding it …
November 24, 2014
First BPA customer schedules energy in 15-minute increments
First-BPA-customer-schedules-energy-in-15-minute-increments.aspx … New scheduling practice holds promise for renewable energy integration and lower costs …
October 22, 2014
Building bridges for fish
BPA works with conservation district and rancher to improve conditions for steelhead … Father and son, Dick and Levi Luhn, stand on a recently constructed …
September 17, 2014
BPA-funded project aims to make turbines safer for fish
BPA-funded-project-aims-to-make-turbines-safer-for-fish.aspx … Three federal agencies partner on a project to improve the design of hydroelectric turbines to …
September 02, 2014
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