Room for our feathered friends

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. Since it began operations… [more]

Room for our feathered friends Room for our feathered friends

Safety checklist for electrical cords

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. Although National Burn… [more]

Safety checklist for electrical cords Safety checklist for electrical cords

Ready to respond

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. Sometimes it happens because… [more]

Ready to respond Ready to respond

Life Jackets Save Lives

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Life Jackets Save Lives Life Jackets Save Lives

Rush for Brush Fish Habitat Locations

Point and click map features to access habitat information. In response to public input and involvement… [more]

Rush for Brush Fish Habitat Locations Rush for Brush Fish Habitat Locations

April Board Meeting

The April board meeting will be held on Thursday the 18th at 10:00 a.m. in the Engineering & Technology Center Oklahoma Conference Room.

GRDA’s Our Borrowed Water film to show in Langley

A new documentary, detailing the importance of the Grand and Illinois River watersheds, is scheduled for a public viewing on March 25th. Entitled Our Borrowed Water, the film takes a closer look at some of the issues surrounding these waters while also illustrating their value through the eyes of those who depend on them for work and play. The film does all of this against a backdrop of stunning … More

Room for our feathered friends

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. Since it began operations in the early 1980s, the Grand River Dam Authority’s Grand River Energy Center (GREC) has seen a lot of people pass through its doors. After all, it takes a large team to operate this facility 24/7/365. Home to nearly 1,000 megawatts of electric generation capacity, the GREC is a vital component in GRDA’s overall mission to deliver affordable and reliable electricity. However, even in the midst of all the power production and efficient operations, there is one … More

GRDA postponing February 19 documentary premier

Langley – Due to a winter weather forecast for the Grand Lake area on Tuesday, February 19, the Grand River Dam Authority is postponing the premiere event for its new documentary, Our Borrowed Water, scheduled for that evening at the GRDA Ecosystems and Education Center in Langley. The event will be moved to a later date, which will be made public as soon as it is scheduled. Two other premiere events are still planned for next week. On Monday, February 25, the documentary will be shown in the Webb Building Auditorium at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. On Tuesday, February 26, … More