2022 Summer Conference – June 21-23 CLOSED

This event has ended. PNWA Summer Conference Presentations Trade Impacts and OpportunitiesLisa White, U.S. Commercial Service – Seattle Leveraging HistoryMichael McElwee, Port of Hood River PNWA Member Pop-Up PanelJohn Burns, Oregon International Port of Coos BayRob Fix, Port of BellinghamJim Kuntz, Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority Attracting and Retaining Washington WorkersJohn Horvick, DHM Research Cybersecurity

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The Case For The Federal Dredge Fleet On The Pacific Coast

December 2021 CEDER is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to educating and informing political and business leaders, media and the general public about the economic, social, political, historical and natural environment of the Columbia Basin, Puget Sound, the Oregon and Washington Coast and related estuaries and watersheds. CEDER provides two distinct functions to fulfill its

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Columbia, Snake and Oregon Coastal Transportation System

CEDER is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to educating and informing political and business leaders, media and the general public about the economic, social, political, historical and natural environment of the Columbia Basin, Puget Sound, the Oregon and Washington Coast and related estuaries and watersheds. CEDER provides two distinct functions to fulfill its mission: developing

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WILLAMETTE FALLS LOCKS: POTENTIAL TRANSFER ISSUES

CEDER is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to educating and informing political and business leaders, media and the general public about the economic, social, political, historical and natural environment of the Columbia Basin, Puget Sound, the Oregon and Washington Coast and related estuaries and watersheds. CEDER provides two distinct functions to fulfill its mission: developing

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Economics of Lower Snake River Dredging

CEDER is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to educating and informing political and business leaders, media and the general public about the economic, social, political, historical and natural environment of the Columbia Basin, Puget Sound, the Oregon and Washington Coast and related estuaries and watersheds. CEDER provides two distinct functions to fulfill its mission: developing

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THE SNAKE RIVER DAMS: ANALYSIS OF COST CLAIMS

CEDER is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to educating and informing political and business leaders, media and the general public about the economic, social, political, historical and natural environment of the Columbia Basin, Puget Sound, the Oregon and Washington Coast and related estuaries and watersheds. CEDER provides two distinct functions to fulfill its mission: developing

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Economic and Environmental Impacts of Removing Snake River Barging

In response to a court order to review and update management of the Columbia River System, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation and Bonneville Power Administration developed an Environmental Impact Statement and Record of Decision during 2016-2020 in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act. PNWA supported the work of our federal

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