The John Day Dam, one of more than 250 hydropower stations on the Columbia River and its tributaries, near Goldendale. The Trump Administration’s plan to privatize the transmission network which distributes most of the Columbia basin’s output could dramatically reshape life along the great river of the West.
The John Day Dam, one of more than 250 hydropower stations on the Columbia River and its tributaries, near Goldendale. The Trump Administration’s plan to privatize the transmission network which distributes most of the Columbia basin’s output could dramatically reshape life along the great river of the West. Chang W. Lee The New York Times
The John Day Dam, one of more than 250 hydropower stations on the Columbia River and its tributaries, near Goldendale. The Trump Administration’s plan to privatize the transmission network which distributes most of the Columbia basin’s output could dramatically reshape life along the great river of the West. Chang W. Lee The New York Times

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