June 10, 2008 in Features

Grand Coulee Dam tour

Earlier this week, Canadian and American officals toured Grand Coulee Dam, an engineering marvel of the Great Depression that cut off salmon runs to the upper Columbia basin, including a large chunk of habitat in Canada. It was a fitting place for the Northwest Power Planning Council and the Columbia Basin Trust to pledge greater cooperation. Both groups work on dam mitigation in their respective countries.


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