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Northwest Power And Conservation Council
HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock on Tuesday appointed Jennifer Anders, a longtime assistant attorney general, as one of Montana’s two representatives on the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock on Thursday appointed Pat Smith, a Missoula attorney who specializes in Indian and natural resources law, one of Montana’s two representatives on the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
BOISE, Idaho — Regional energy planners for four Western states are asking Congress for help building a stronger line of defense against what some officials call an unfolding environmental disaster — an invasive mussel that is clogging Colorado River reservoirs like Lake Mead outside Las Veg…
KALISPELL - The Northwest Power and Conservation Council approved $1.8 million to build an isolation facility for westslope cutthroat trout at a fish hatchery on the Middle Fork of the Flathead River.
PORTLAND, Ore. - The plan for keeping the lights on across the Pacific Northwest for the next 20 years will also keep greenhouse gas pollution to a minimum.
KALISPELL — The Northwest Power and Conservation Council has elected a Montana attorney has its chairman for this year.
MISSOULA - Environmental groups are asking Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer to push for changes in a pending regional power plan so that it reduces greenhouse gas emissions over the next 20 years.
PORTLAND, Ore. - Improved energy efficiency reduced power demand by an amount equal to about 148,000 homes across the Northwest last year.
PORTLAND, Ore. - The final public hearing on the latest Northwest regional power plan drew a much larger crowd than in the past, as activists continued their push for cleaner energy in the coming decades.
MISSOULA - A regional power council plans hearings in Montana and Idaho this week over its strategy to address future increases in electricity demand largely through conservation measures.
SPOKANE, Wash. - About 85 percent of the Northwest's new power needs over the next 20 years can be achieved through conservation, according to a plan being developed by the Northwest Power and Conservation Council.