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 Columbian White-Tailed Deer Land Acquisitions & Translocations Project
BPA welcomes comments on the scope of the Columbian White-Tailed Deer Land Acquisitions and Translocations Project. The comment period is open from July 15 to August 15, 2022.