WaterSMART (Sustain and Manage America's Resources for Tomorrow)
Water is our most precious natural resource and is increasingly stressed by the demands our society places on it. Adequate water supplies are an essential element in human survival, ecosystem health, energy production, and economic sustainability. Significant climate change-related impacts on water supplies are well documented in the scientific literature and scientists are forecasting changes in hydrologic cycles. More on WaterSMART...
Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative Seeking Applicants for Applied Science Funding Opportunity - (May 1, 2013) The Bureau of Reclamation made a funding opportunity available for applied science grants through the Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperative. More...
Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative Seeking Applicants for Applied Science Funding Opportunity - (May 1, 2013) The Bureau of Reclamation made a funding opportunity available for applied science grants through the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative. More...
Cooperative Watershed Management Program Seeking Applicants to Establish or Expand Watershed Groups through WaterSMART - (May 1, 2013) The Bureau of Reclamation announced it is seeking applications for its Cooperative Watershed Management Program to assist with the establishment or expansion of watershed management groups. More...
Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study Released - (December 12, 2012) Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today announced the release of a study – authorized by Congress and jointly funded and prepared by the Bureau of Reclamation and the seven Colorado River Basin states – that projects water supply and demand imbalances throughout the Colorado River Basin and adjacent areas over the next 50 years. The Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study, the first of its kind, also includes a wide array of adaptation and mitigation strategies proposed by stakeholders and the public to address the projected imbalances. More...
WaterSMART Program is Stretching Water Supplies, Making Progress toward Sustainable Balance of Supply & Demand - (October 11, 2012) The Department of the Interior's WaterSMART program is saving water, finding better ways to stretch existing supplies and helping partners plan to meet future water demands, according to a three-year progress report on the program released today. The program was launched by Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar in 2010. More... | Report
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