• U.S. Department of the Interior and Western municipal water suppliers developing water conservation projects as part of a landmark collaborative agreement
  • Reclamation to Begin Stabilization Project Near Cascade Dam
  • Reclamation contracts with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to advance Tribal Clean Energy Projects
  • Reclamation awards $7 million contract for turbine repair work at Grand Coulee and Hungry Horse dams
U.S. Department of the Interior and Western municipal water suppliers developing water conservation projects as part of a landmark collaborative agreement1 Reclamation to Begin Stabilization Project Near Cascade Dam2 Reclamation contracts with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to advance Tribal Clean Energy Projects3 Reclamation Awards $7 Million Contract for Turbine Repair Work at Grand Coulee and Hungry Horse Dams4
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Photo from Reclamation Stakeholders MeetingReclamation Stakeholders Meeting - Reclamation hosted a stakeholders meeting in Salt Lake City on October 15, 2014. Meeting topics included updates from Reclamation's Commissioner's Office and Upper Colorado Region leadership. Discussions were held on aging infrastructure, Middle Rio Grande River ESA consultation, Central Utah Project Completion Act activities, Long Term Experimental and Management Plan EIS and other topics. Watch the video of the meeting.

Photos from 2014 Salmon Festival
Return of the Salmon Festival 2014 - The annual Return of the Salmon festival was held at Coleman National Fish Hatchery on Saturday, October 17th! Hundreds of people came out to enjoy the sight of the returning salmon and spend quality time at the booths, including the Reclamation booth, which ranged in subject from the educational to the entertaining. Every year, the festival gives the public a chance to see how the hatchery operates and the benefits it provides.

Screenshot of the cover of Climate Impact AssessmentRural Water Assessment Report - The Rural Water Supply Act of 2006 (Act) requires that the Secretary of the Interior, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Director of the Indian Health Service, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the Secretary of the Army, to develop a comprehensive assessment of the status for the Bureau of Reclamation’s rural water projects and Reclamation’s plans for completing the design and construction of rural water supply projects that were individually authorized prior to enactment of P.L. 109-451. This Assessment also reports on how the Rural Water Supply Program will be carried out and coordinated with other Federal Programs that support the development and management of water supplies in rural communities in the 17 western States in order to maximize efficiency of the various programs and to leverage Federal and non-Federal funding to meet the shared goals of the programs. Read the report.

Dam Safety, Evolution of a Program - In the spring of 1976, Teton Dam was the site of the most significant failure of a Bureau of Reclamation project in the agency's history. The failure of Teton Dam served as a catalyst for Reclamation's Dam Safety Program. For decades, Reclamation's Dam Safety Office has stood out internationally as a leader in its field. While Reclamation has always been concerned with the safety of its facilities, the failure of Teton Dam ushered in a new era of understanding and managing risk. More.

Weekly Video from Interior - This Week at Interior for October 17, 2014. A new video will be posted each week from the Department of the Interior featuring activities of the Department and it's bureaus. Click the video above to play or go to the DOI YouTube Site.


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