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Fish and Wildlife

BPA Cultural Resource Compliance for Fish and Wildlife projects help ensure cultural resources are considered during the planning and implementation of the BPA-funded Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Program.  Through its partners, including Tribes, state agencies, conservation organizations, and watershed groups, BPA funds projects that help improve conditions for fish and wildlife species in the Columbia River basin and stretching across five states.  Projects range from laboratory research, hatchery programs, acquiring land for conservation easements, or habitat improvement actions such as stream channel reconstruction, large woody debris placement, or upgrades to existing irrigation systems.

Columbia River Basin 



Jenna Peterson
Fish and Wildlife Senior Archaeologist, BPA