It All Fits Together

When people care about a region, they have a stake in what goes on there. Teck American Incorporated is working to provide the public with clear information regarding the health of this unique environment.

The sand of a beach along a river

The Upper Columbia River is a unique and special place with historical, cultural, economical, and recreational significance for the people of this region.

A fish

The land and water of the Upper Columbia River form an ecosystem that is host to a diverse population of wildlife, from microscopic organisms, to numerous species of fish, birds, mammals and more.

River water

The waters of the Upper Columbia River are part of the third longest river in the continental U.S. and form a vital part of the history and hydrology of this region.

The purpose of this website is to share information about current studies of the land, water, and wildlife of the Upper Columbia River. As such, the website will evolve as new information becomes available.

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