2 edition of Dynamics of participation and supply of services in the Hood River Conservation Project found in the catalog.
Dynamics of participation and supply of services in the Hood River Conservation Project
|Contributions||Goeltz, Richard T., United States. Bonneville Power Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. $0.00 C.1.|
|Number of Pages||41|
LJ Community participation in rural drinking water and sanitation projects — A case study of Dutch assisted Santalpur extension regional water supply project, Gujarat. EJ Community participation In rural drinking water and sanitation projects — A case study of Danida assisted integrated rural sanitation and water supply project, Karnataka. The Hood River Conservation Project was an unprec-edented direct installation weatherization project implemented between and in Hood River and Wasco Counties, Oregon. The Project was conceived by the Natural Resources Defense Council, which enlisted the cooperation of Pacific Power & Light Company, Bonneville Power Administration, the.
Hirst, Cooperation and Community Conservation: The Hood River Conserva- tion Project, Pacific Power and Light, Portland, OR, USA, of wood users and explore their reasons for using wood. Utility supply-side planners must be cognizant of the potential for large swings in electricity demand, because households can fluidly switch from wood to. Hood River Conservation Project An Experiment in Going Deep Community-wide. The Hood River Conservation Project (HRCP), a $20 million program in the early s, tested the limits of the cost effectiveness of a residential energy improvement program. HRCP installed, for free, any weatherization measures that a household energy assessment showed.
Proposed Project The project identified by the Secretary of Interior is the GDU Import to the Sheyenne River Alternative. It is the preferred alternative of the Bureau of Reclamation, State of North Dakota and the Lake Agassiz Water Authority. Environment The project has minimal adverse environmental impacts, with maximum environmental benefits. The Clear Branch Dam, located five miles southwest of Parkdale in Hood River County, was built in and is reaching the end of its year design life. The reservoir that the dam creates, Laurance Lake, provides a clean, dependable water supply and distribution system for up to 8, acres of irrigated cropland and supports recreational.
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Article. Jul ; E. Hirst. Goeltz. The Hood River Conservation Project. REFERENCES 1 E. Hirst and R. Goeltz, Dynamics of Participation and Supply of Services in the Hood River Con- servation Project, ORNL/CON, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, 2 R.
Goeltz and E. Hirst, Barriers to Installation of Residential Retrofit Measures in the Hood River Conservation Project, ORNL/CON, Oak Ridge. Community participation in forest resources conservation B. Community participation in Wildlife conservation A. Community participation in forest resources conservation Bhaff, () community participation is a process and not simply the sharing of.
on-going project costs and maintain the equipment. Much, therefore, depends on being able to mobilize community participation successfully in sector projects and national programming. What is community participation?1 In simple ternis, community participation refers to the involvement of the people in a community in development projects.
A water supply system is analogous to the human circulatory system. The heart pumps blood through the arteries, veins, and capillaries to supply oxygen to all part of the body. A water pump supplies water through primary, secondary, and distributor water mains to supply water to consumers and for fire protection.
Residential retrofit measures in the Hood River Conservation Project: recommendations, installations, and barriers. This book is intended for those with an academic, scientific and practical interest in river conservation and management.
It provides an overview of how changes in legislation, policies, institutional responsibilities, science, technology, practical techniques and public perception have influenced how rivers have been managed over the past 20 years and the challenges that lie.
Conference: Barriers to installation of retrofit measures in the Hood River Conservation Project Title: Barriers to installation of retrofit measures in the Hood River Conservation Project Full Record.
Hirst, 'Reaching for % participation in a utility conservation programme: The Hood River project', Energy Policy, No 2, Aprilpp bD. Schultz, Cali- fornia Public Utilities Commission, personal communication. Five demonstration sites (on Green River, Savannah River, the Bill Williams River, the Big Cypress Creek and the Middle Fork Willamette River) in the Sustainable Rivers Project have so.
Rivers can also kill. Floods are the most devastating natural force in the US, and at times they have been architects of history. Inthe Columbia River flooded and wiped out the progressive Portland suburb of Vanport, Oregon.
Fifteen people died, and the destruction permanently changed the area’s racial dynamics. The Hood River Conservation Project was a $21 million residential retrofit experiment in Oregon.1 The Project met its objective of determining the reasonable upper limits (program participation, installation 33 34 ERIC HIRST of retrofit measures, and actual reductions in electricity use) of residential retrofits as an electric power resource.
The Hood River Soil & Water Conservation District (HRSWCD) is one of 45 conservation districts in Oregon established to promote and enhance our natural resources. The HRSWCD was incorporated on Sept. 30, The boundaries of the SWCD include all of the lands within the legal boundaries of Hood River County.
The District initiated the Hood River Watershed. Cold River Alstead, New Hampshire, Clark Fork River Sanders Co, Montana, Cimarron River Logan Co, Oklahoma, Chapel Hill, NC, Riverine Erosion Hazards -a National Concern • 1/3 of the Nation’s Streams Experience Severe Erosion (National Research Council, ) • Catastrophic Erosion Costs $ Million/year ( dollars).
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