Canadian Dam Association (CDA). Features frequently asked questions about dams, and links to dam-related organizations, publications, government, and hydro utilities.
Association of State Dam Safety Officials (ASDSO). Focuses on dam safety in the United States. Includes a "Resource Center" and "Kids and Careers" section.
U.S. Society on Dams. Statistics about hydro facilities in the United States and links to a variety of Web sites.
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). Includes information about the BPA, the Columbia River system and the Northwest electric system. Also has an education section listing curricula and videos for teachers.
Energy Kid's Page. Part of the Energy Information Administration covers energy and its sources. Materials and links for teachers include energy-related field trip destinations and education activities. Provides energy news, energy quiz, and biographies of energy pioneers.
Foundation for Water and Energy Education (FWEE). Information on water as a renewable resource in the Pacific Northwest, including newspaper articles and links to hydro news sources, as well as online tours and activities.
The NEED Project. Educates students on all types of energy, provides National Energy Education Development Project Energy Infobooks in PDF format, curriculum ideas for teachers, project ideas for students, and links to energy education Web sites.
Re-energy. An educational Web site for teachers, leaders and students to learn about renewable energy by building working models. Information about energy sources and learning activities biology, chemistry, and physics students can apply to social and environmental issues. Downloadable posters, lesson plans, and instructions for teachers.
Canadian Hydropower Association (CHA). Features hydropower facts, frequently asked questions, and downloadable fact sheets. In French and English.
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. A U.S. Dept. of Energy site with information on U.S. government energy programs, including the Hydropower Program. Includes hundreds of links to energy-related sites for consumers, states, and kids.
National Hydropower Association (NHA). Offers hydro facts and links to online resources, including federal agencies and educational sites.
Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation. Information about fishing, boating, and caring for the water, with links to information on education and regulations. Personalized searches give local information on recreation areas and regulations.
FERC. How the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulates energy in the United States and current issues before FERC, as well as downloadable PDFs such as the Citizen's Guide to Hydropower Licensing.
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Information about environmental issues, including water quality and sustainability and global climate change, and EPRI research and development efforts.
Hydro Research Foundation (HRF). Hydro and water resource education and hydro-related research and development accomplishments.
Chelan and Douglas County Trends. Data and information about the two-county area.
Energy Information Administration. State, national, and international statistics on supply, consumption, distribution, and price of all energy sources, as well as links to energy-related Web sites.
Columbia River DART (Data Access in Real Time). Fish passage statistics for adult and juvenile salmon.