See the Council's statement regarding the hard work of the Tribes and many agencies of the federal government for reaching this agreement.
The Council recently hosted a tour near Kalispell, Montana for representatives from the Northwest’s congressional delegation.
Protecting Montana’s Resident Fish, Water Transactions in the Bitterroot Subbasin, Utility Panel Shares Views on Energy Issues in Montana
This month’s Council meeting in Wenatchee was very full. See a summary of just a few of the presentations to Council.
Dr. Thomas L. (Les) Purce was appointed to serve on the Council by Washington Governor Jay Inslee. Dr. Purce will be joining the Council at its May meeting.
Bill Bradbury passed away on April 14 while traveling with his wife. He served as an Oregon Council member from 2010 to 2018, with a focus on fish and wildlife issues.
In Corvallis, Oregon, Council members toured habitat projects, plus two research facilities at Oregon State University: the O.H. Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory and the NuScale Energy Exploration Center.
Bill Edmonds joined Austin Jenkins on TVW’s Inside Olympia in September to talk about the Council, its unique role in regional energy planning and fish and wildlife protection.
“Ann brings a depth of experience, both as a communicator and as a liaison to local and federal government agencies, to the Council,” said Council Chair Guy Norman.
While in Whitefish, Montana for their May meeting, Council members toured Hungry Horse Dam, Flathead Electric Co-op’s biomass project, and Sekokini Springs Hatchery.