Previously Funded Studies

Reclamation has funded 19 studies. In Fiscal Year 2009, 3 studies were funded; in Fiscal Year 2010, 5 studies were funded; in Fiscal Year 2011, 4 studies were funded; in Fiscal Year 2012, 5 studies were funded; in Fiscal Year 2013 2 basin studies were funded and 3 plans of study were funded and three studies were funded in FY 2014.

2015

  • Salinas and Carmel River Basins (California)
  • Lower Santa Cruz River Basin (Arizona)

Plan of Study

  • Middle Rio Grande (New Mexico)
  • Mojave River Basin (California)

2014

  • Upper Red River Basin (Oklahoma)
  • Upper Deschutes Basin (Oregon)
  • Missouri River Headwaters Basin (Montana)

2013

Plan of Study

  • Carson River Basin Plan of Study
  • Arkanasas River Basin Plan of Study
  • Willamette River Basin Plan of Study

2012

2011

  • Hood River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Hood River County Water Planning Group to fund the study. The study area encompasses a 339 square-mile region in Hood River County in north-central Oregon.
  • Klamath River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the State of California Department of Water Resources and State of Oregon Water Resources Department to fund the study. The study area encompasses 12,100 square miles along the boundary of California and Oregon.
  • Lower Rio Grande Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Rio Grande Regional Water Authority to fund the study. The study area encompasses 122,400 square miles along the United States/Mexico border from Fort Quitman, Texas to the Gulf of Mexico. (Completed Study Report)
  • Santa Fe Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the City of Santa Fe and County of Santa Fe to fund the study. The study area is in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.

Plan of Study

  • Greater Los Angeles (California)
  • Sacramento-San Joaquin Rivers (California)
  • Republican River (Kansas and Nebraska)

2010

  • Henry's Fork of the Snake River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Idaho Water Resource Board to fund the study. The study area is located upstream of the confluence of the Henry's Fork and the Snake River in central Idaho. Learn more on Project Website. (Completed Study Report)
  • Niobrara River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources and Upper Niobrara-White Natural Resources District to fund the study. The study area is located along the Niobrara River in northern Nebraska.
  • Santa Ana River Watershed Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority to fund the study. The study area is encompasses 2,650 square miles that comprise the Santa Ana Watershed in southern California. (Completed Study Report)
  • Southeast California Regional Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Borrego Water District to fund the study. The study area is located in the desert agricultural areas and communities within the lower Colorado River Hydrologic Region.
  • Truckee River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Truckee River Flood Management Project, Placer County Water Agency, Truckee Meadows Water Authority and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.

Plan of Study

  • Klamath Basin Study (California and Oregon)
  • Taos Pueblo Water Supply and Demand Basin Study (New Mexico)

2009

  • Colorado River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Colorado River Basin States to fund the study. The study area encompasses the Colorado River Basin States including portions of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. You can learn more about this project on their website.
  • St. Mary and Milk River Basins Study - Reclamation partnered with the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation to fund the study. The study area encompasses north-central Montana, southern Alberta and Saskatchewan in Canada and includes the Blackfeet and Ft. Belknap Indian Reservations. They have also developed a Plan of Study. Completed Study
  • Yakima River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Washington Department of Ecology - Office of Columbia River to fund the study. The study area is located in south-central Washington. Completed Study
Last Updated: July 2, 2015