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According to the Hydropower Reform Coalition (HRC), a consortium of 150 groups concerned about the impact of dams, degraded water quality is one of the chief concerns.
Forest Service, the state Department of Fish & Wildlife, the state Department of Recreation, confederated Indian tribes, the McKenzie Flyfishers and a consortium of well-known environmental groups called the Hydropower Reform Coalition.
Senior Pastor, Antioch Baptist Church), California Resources Agency, Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board, Association of California Water Agencies, Regional Council of Rural Counties, California Hydropower Reform Coalition, the Trust for Public Land, Office of Ratepayer Advocates, the California Forestry Association, the U.
A number of organizations have announced their support for the environmental agreement, including the California Hydropower Reform Coalition, the California Farm Bureau, and the State Water Resources Control Board.
SCE's regulatory filing includes a groundbreaking memorandum of understanding (MOU), signed by the California Hydropower Reform Coalition, IBEW, Local 47, The Utility Reform Network (TURN) and a host of environmental and recreational organizations (American Rivers, American Whitewater, California Outdoors, California Sportfishing Protection Alliance, California Trout, Foothill Conservancy, Friends of the River, Natural Heritage Institute, Planning and Conservation League, Sierra Nevada Alliance, and Trout Unlimited).
Trout Unlimited is a member of the Hydropower Reform Coalition, an alliance of more than 20 conservation groups pressing for consideration of environmental issues in hydroelectric dam licensing decisions.
Six of the conservation organizations involved in negotiating the agreement are members of the Hydropower Reform Coalition, a coalition of over a dozen national, regional and local organizations working to achieve conservation and recreation improvements at hydropower facilities throughout the United States.