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fish and wildlife conservation imageGo Wild for Reading Featuring Fish and Wildlife Conservation will be held on April 4, 5 and 6, 2017, beginning at 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. The event will take place at Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick Branch, at 1620 S. Union St. For more details, visit the Go Wild for Reading page at Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.

About 'Go Wild for Reading: Fish and Wildlife Conservation'
Go Wild for Reading is an annual event at Mid-Columbia Libraries that focuses on providing both educational and fun activities for kids and families. Through Go Wild for Reading program, kids are encouraged to keep on reading as the spring break clocks in. While leafing through the books, the little ones get to meet and bond with other community members.

Go Wild for Reading

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Fishy Facts About Hydropower With Alison Colotelo In Richland, WashingtonFishy Facts about Hydropower is presented by Alison Colotelo, Ecology Group at PNNL on Tuesday, November 17. The event will be held at the Richland Public Library located at 955 Northgate Drive in Richland, Washington.

Details of the Event
Producing nearly 7% of the nation's electricity in the last decade, conventional hydropower is the largest source of renewable energy in the United States. And in the Pacific Northwest, hydropower facilities have generated nearly 40% of this electricity. Presence of these structures in rivers can influence fish populations. This presentation by Alison Cotelo will highlight how researchers at PNNL are working to understand how fish interact with hydropower facilities and how we can reduce the impacts to our fish

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