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The goal of the Columbia River Treaty Digital Library (CRTDL) is to serve as a leading resource for information on the Columbia River Treaty and to educate and provide convenient access to high quality, relevant information to Basin residents, First Nations, local governments, federal, provincial and state agencies, NGO’s and academic researchers.

The CRTDL provides a much needed information resource by bringing together digital collections held in public repositories and private collections that are geographically dispersed throughout British Columbia, Canada and the United States. CBT would like to thank all the agencies and individuals that have collaborated and opened their information resources to CBT and shared their collections.

Should you have any comments or suggestions about the CRTDL or would like to share CRT related publications and resources to potentially include in the digital library collection, please contact us at: CRTlibrary@cbt.org. To learn how to browse, sort and search the library please visit the help page for more information.

Columbia Basin Trust supports efforts by the people of the Basin to create a legacy of social, economic
and environmental well-being and to achieve greater self-sufficiency for present and future generations.
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