Columbia Basin Trust

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Transcription of a presentation given by Harold Paish during an urban streams workshop, March, 1997 at Douglas College in New Westminster, B.C. The speaker reflects on the involvement of public groups in the creation of the Creston Waterfowl…


Paish, Howard

Completed as a thesis for the Master of Applied Science in Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia.

"In the next few years, the province of British Columbia will experience the installation of significant amounts of wind power as…


Rivas Guzman, Humberto Andres

This article examines the role premier W.A.C. Bennett played in developing British Columbia's national and international role. Includes discussion of the Peace River and Columbia River hydro projects.

Note: the full text is not available in the…


Tomblin, Stephen

Completed as a thesis for the Master of Arts in Georgraphy at the University of Toronto.

"The North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA), a high modernist continental water diversion project drafted in Los Angeles in 1964, is examined for…


Reeves, Andrew W.

Produced for the completion of a PhD in Resource Management and Environmental Studies at the University of British Columbia.

"Current US government risk assessment and management regulations and policies are based on a position that views risk as…


Donatuto, Jamie

A personal account of the hydropower development of the Columbia River from Washington Congressman Clarence C. Dill, of Spokane.

"Authentic personal stories of 'Behind the Scenes' in Congress and how the Columbia became the miracle power river of…


Dill, Clarence C. (Clarence Cleveland), 1884-1978

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.