Environment, Fish and Wildlife works toward these goals:
- Developing policies and strategies for meeting BPA’s environmental, fish and wildlife, and cultural resource responsibilities through cost-effective solutions.
- Ensuring all BPA business functions comply with established environmental laws, rules and legal mandates in a collaborative and cost-effective manner.
- Carrying out regional coordination of agency environmental activities through collaborative relationships with other federal agencies; American Indian tribes; the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, BPA customers; state and local governments; congressional delegations and committees; natural resource groups; and the public.
Public Comment Period Closes for Klickitat Hatchery Spring Chinook Upgrades Project
The public comment period closes for BPA's environmental review for proposed capital improvements to existing facilities at the Klickitat Hatchery that would support an increase in spring Chinook salmon production and allow the Yakama Nation to transition from a segregated to an integrated spring Chinook production program.