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Smaller Adults, Lots of Minijacks: NOAA Research Aims to Inform Hatchery Managers
Pacific salmon from Alaska to California are declining in abundance and maturing younger. Can anything be done to reverse this trend?
2019-2021 Spill Agreement for Dams Was Successful, Agencies and Tribes Say
The 2019-2021 Flexible Spill Agreement called for increased spill to aid juvenile passage when power prices are low and reduced spill to allow additional power generation when prices are higher.
Council Approves Tribes' Hatchery Master Plan for Yakima River Coho and Chinook Salmon
The plan calls for upgrading production facilities for coho and Chinook salmon with the goal of making the Yakima River the salmon 'workhorse' it once was, in the words of one Yakama Nation Fisheries scientist.
State of Northwest Utilities in 2019
Flat load growth continues and on site solar takes off.
The Council is developing its 2021 Power Plan! Be part of the conversation and access all the technical resources behind it.
The Council works to protect and enhance fish and wildlife through its Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program. See the 2014 Program, the 2020 Addendum, and the tools, reviews and science behind it.
The RTF is a technical advisory committee to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council established in 1999 to develop standards to verify and evaluate energy efficiency savings.