The SalmonRecovery.gov web site was launched on October 17, 2000. This site replaces the original Federal Caucus web site (www.bpa.gov/FederalCaucus) hosted by Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) from November 1999 to October 2000. Virtually all of the information from the previous web site is included in this web site.
Purpose: The main purpose of the previous web site was to involve stakeholders in the development of an "All-H Strategy" for fish and wildlife recovery in the Columbia River Basin. The main purpose of this site is to keep stakeholders informed about the implementation of the strategy by the Federal Caucus.
Site Navigation: This web site provides a variety of tools for locating information. The top of each web page includes: 1) a menu bar with links to the 8 main topic areas of the web site; 2) a "Quick Find" menu with links to the most popular web pages and documents; and 3) a "You are here" tool with links to higher levels of the web site. The bottom of each web page includes a "text version" of the main menu bar (for text-only web browsers). The "Archive" page includes links to documents/publications in chronological order and grouped by categories. The "Search" page includes links to a Site Map, a Search Engine (for text searches), and Related Links (to other web sites).
Site Design & Maintenance: This site is maintained by the Bonneville Environment, Fish & Wildlife group. Comments or questions about the site design/operation should be directed to: Michael Coffey at 503-230-3419 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Eric Heidmann at 503-230-5920 (email@example.com).
Comments or questions about the content (subject matter) on the web site should be directed to the Federal Caucus at:
Web page content updated on September 16, 2003
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