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More than 180,000 salmon-eating fish removed from Columbia and Snake rivers
More-than-180000-salmon-eating-fish-removed-from-Columbia-and-Snake-rivers.aspx … It was a good year for those angling for northern pikeminnow in the Columbia …
December 21, 2018
Flexible spill agreement aims to benefit salmon and hydropower
Flexible-spill-agreement-aims-to-benefit-salmon-and-hydropower.aspx … Through the agreement BPA and its partners have chosen to focus on collaboration instead …
December 18, 2018
Standing as One - The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
For nearly 70 years, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians has worked to protect the rights and support the needs of Northwest Native American tribes. …
December 03, 2018
Helicopters place thousands of logs in Washington streams for fish
Helicopters-place-thousands-of-logs-in-Washington-streams-for-fish.aspx … The Yakama Nation and its partners place more than 6,000 logs in seven Washington …
November 19, 2018
BPA selects Armentrout as new executive VP of Environment, Fish and Wildlife
BPA-selects-Armentrout-as-new-executive-VP-of-Environment-Fish-and-Wildlife.aspx … Armentrout will serve as top policy-maker and strategist, ensuring …
October 17, 2018
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