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Part Three, Voices Heard
During Bonneville’s 75 year history the Pacific Northwest blossomed. Affordable, reliability electric hydropower brought light and life to rural communities. But not all residents fared well. Many Native Americans lost a cultural way of life. This is the story of the fish, and how collaboration between the Bonneville Power Administration and Northwest tribes has instilled a sense of hope as the fish return to the Columbia Basin.
Part Four, Power to Lead
More than 10 years ago the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians approached Bonneville with a dream of two tribes to serve the electricity needs of their peoples. For the first time, wholesale tribal power sales agreements were signed. This agreement marked a turning point for BPA and for the tribes and is an important part of BPA’s 75 year history. Watch as we take you on their journey.
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