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Tracy Fish Collection Facility Improvement - The Tracy Fish Collection Facility (TFCF) is a complex system of louvers, bypasses and holding tanks operated to protect and salvage fish from the nearby C.W. “Bill” Jones Pumping Plant. The facility collects Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta fish species as a primary mitigation feature for the pumping plant and returns them to the Delta. Reclamation awarded a $4.27 million contract to improve operations and protection of the fish and the work was recently completed at the facility. http://www.usbr.gov/main/docs/Tracy_Fish_Monitoring.pdf

View of Black Canyon during the delivery of a widehead turbine for Hoover Dam’s unit A-8. Hoover Dam staff members attached the turbine to the overhead crane, and delivered it safely to the exterior of the dam’s powerplant. Reclamation photographer Alex Stephens took the photo.  http://on.doi.gov/Ype9u9

Reclamation hosted a C.A.S.T. For Kids event at Black Canyon Reservoir near  on Saturday, August 16, 2014. C.A.S.T. For Kids provides populations with special needs a day of fishing in the outdoors. 

Watch this animation explaining how the John W. Keys III Pump-Generating Plant works! The Pump-Generating Plant at Grand Coulee Dam was completed in 1973. It contains 12 pumps that lift water from the Columbia River up the hillside to a canal that flows into Banks Lake, which provides irrigation water to over 670,000 acres in the Columbia Basin Project. Six of the pumps can be reversed to generate hydroelectricity when demand exists. More information on Grand Coulee Dam: http://www.usbr.gov/pn/grandcoulee/

Our C.A.S.T. for Kids event at Strawberry Reservoir in Utah started bright and early on Saturday, 8/9/14! This annual event gives kids and teens with special needs the opportunity to enjoy a day of fishing, learning and enjoying the great outdoors.

Members of the Northwest YouthCorps thin out trees and shrubs on Reclamation land near Lake Cascade in Idaho, improving habitat and reducing the risk of wildfires. Branches, foliage, and other woody material will be burned or chipped to reduce wildfire fuel loading while large logs will be donated to local families needing assistance with winter heating.

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