Sounding Board Meetings
The Sounding Board concluded in 2013, having fulfilled its mandate.
The open engagement that took place during the Columbia River Treaty Review process will continue through the Columbia Basin Regional Advisory Committee (CBRAC), a diverse Basin-wide group representing a broad range of perspectives, interests and geography, which will help inform hydroelectric operations in the Columbia Basin and potential future improvements to the Columbia River Treaty.
For more information on CBRAC, click here.
The Sounding Board was a geographically balanced group of Columbia Basin residents with knowledge and/or experience with dam/reservoir planning and operations. They provided a Basin-wide perspective on Treaty related issues including key areas of interest identified by Basin residents during the Columbia River Treaty Review process. See below for Sounding Board meeting materials.
The Sounding Board held its first face to face meeting in Nakusp on June 3, 2013. Twenty-four members participated in the all day workshop. The agenda, materials used and summary report of the...
The Sounding Board held its second meeting in Cranbrook on July 5, 2013. Twenty-two members participated in the all day workshop. The agenda, materials used during the meeting and...