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Hoover Dam Jets Flying Over Dam Davis Spillway
Hoover Fireworks Roosevelt Dam New Bridge near Hoover Dam
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Video


Image from Fish Weir Installation: North Fork, Boise RiverVideo
Fish Weir Installation: North Fork, Boise River - Watch a timelapse of this year's fish weir installation on the North Fork of the Boise River! The weir allows fish biologists to collect data on the life histories and health of the bull trout population. Watch the video.


Image from Water for the Future Video
The Central Valley Project's Tracy Fish Collection Facility - The Tracy Fish Collection Facility is a complex system of louvers, bypasses and holding tanks operated to protect and salvage fish, natural to the area, from the nearby C.W. "Bill" Jones Pumping Plant. The facility collects Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta fish species as a primary mitigation feature for the pumping plant and returns them to the Delta. Watch the video.


Image from Celebration of 75th Anniversary of the Groundbreaking of the Shasta Dam Video
Shasta Dam - A Look Back - Video related to te Celebration of 75th Anniversary of the Groundbreaking of the Shasta Dam in 2013. Watch the video.


Image from Celebration of 75th Anniversary of the Groundbreaking of the Shasta Dam Video
Water for Our Future: Reclamation's Brackish Groundwater National Desalination Research Facility - To provide water for our communities, desalination can treat otherwise unusable sources of water, such as brackish water, seawater, and wastewater. At the Federal Bureau of Reclamation's Brackish Groundwater National Desalination Research Facility in Alamogordo, New Mexico, researchers are finding new technologies for treating water that cost less and are more environmentally friendly. Watch the video.


Image from Return to the Yankee Fork Video
Return to the Yankee Fork - Just six months after construction, over a half dozen adult steelhead have found new side channel habitat along the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River. Watch the video.


Image Moving Forward: The Future of the Colorado River Basin Video
Moving Forward: The Future of the Colorado River Basin - On Tuesday, May 28, Commissioner Connor and Interior Assistant Secretary Anne Castle convened key stakeholders representing basin states, the conservation community and Native American tribes to discuss the future of the Colorado River Basin. Watch the video.


Image from Canal Safety Video Series

Canal Safety Videos - A series of three new videos have been developed by the Reclamation's Pacific Northwest Region related to canal safety.These public service announcements, hosted by Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter will air during Idaho's irrigation season. Watch the video.


Screenshot from video on PIT Tag Monitoring at Lost Lake

PIT Tag Monitoring at Lost Lake - The Mid-Pacific Region Public Affairs Office has teamed up with the San Joaquin River Restoration Project Office to produce a video on PIT Tag Monitoring at Lost Lake on the San Joaquin River. Watch the video.


Screenshot from one of the videos about Tributary Habitat Program in the Pacific Northwest Region

Tributary Habitat Program in the Pacific Northwest Region - Reclamation's Tributary Habitat Program in the Pacific Northwest Region was initiated in 2000 as part of the NOAA Fisheries Biological Opinions on Operation and Maintenance of the Federal Columbia River Power System. See the complete series of three videos produced for this program. Watch the three videos.


Screenshot of video entitiled Archaeological Investigation of Beehive Rock Shelter

Archaeological Investigation of Beehive Rock Shelter - Archaeologist are conducting investigations at the Bee Hive Rock Shelter located in the Las Vegas Wash. Finds suggest the site was in use 500 to 1,000 years ago. The analysis of this site will help us better understand the past activities of the people who inhabited this area. Watch the video.


Screenshot from Mid-Pacific Region Accomplishments - 2012 Video

Mid-Pacific Region Accomplishments - 2012 - The Bureau of Reclamation's Mid-Pacific Region produced a video highlighting the Region's accomplishements in 2012. Watch the video.


Screenshot from Revitalizing a Regional Power House Video

Revitalizing a Regional Power House - Generators in Grand Coulee Dam's Third Power Plant are undergoing a $100 million upgrade to bring the 40-year-old power house into the 21st century and ensure another 40 years of clean, renewable, low-cost hydropower for the Pacific Northwest. Watch the video.


Screenshot from Bull Trout Activities in Idaho's Boise River Basin Video

Bull Trout Activities in Idaho's Boise River Basin - Reclamation works cooperatively with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, and the State of Idaho to study bull trout and their habitat in the Boise River basin. Watch the video.


Screenshot from PN Region Employee Profile Videos

Employee Profile Videos - The Pacific Northwest Region of the Bureau of Reclamation has produced a series of employee profile videos. Watch the videos.


Photo of Glen Canyon Dam Experimental High Flow 2012

Glen Canyon Dam Experimental High Flow 2012 - DOI triggered the first high flow experimental (HFE) release since 2008 from Glen Canyon Dam on Nov. 19 based on the new science-based protocol for conducting more frequent HFEs. The on-going cycle of scientific experimentation, learning through doing, and improvement over time at Glen Canyon Dam is known as the Adaptive Management Program. Watch the video.


Photo of Signing of Minute 319 Agreement

Minute 319 Agreement Signed - Officials with the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) from the United States and Mexico celebrated the signing of Minute 319, "Interim International Cooperative Measures in the Colorado River Basin through 2017 and Extension of Minute 318 Cooperative Measures to Address the Continued Effects of the April 2010 Earthquake in the Mexicali Valley, Baja California."Watch the video.


Video of Anne Castle Discussing the  Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program

Anne Castle Discusses the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program - Anne Castle, Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Water and Science shares her perspective on the on-going cycle of scientific experimentation, learning through doing, and improvement over time at Glen Canyon Dam known as the Adaptive Management Program, and how that has set the stage for the new multi-year protocol for conducting experimental high flow releases to benefit downstream resources. Watch the video.


Photo of Signing of MOU between the DOI and the HACU

Signing of MOU between the DOI and the HACU - The Department of the Interior has signed a new Memorandum of Understanding with the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities that provides a cooperative framework for Interior and HACU to develop programs that engage the Hispanic community and Hispanic-Serving Institutions. The Bureau of Reclamation will manage the MOU for the Department. Watch the video.


Grand Coulee's Towers of Power Video Screenshot

Grand Coulee's Towers of Power Video - As a part of the Third Powerplant Overhaul Project at Grand Coulee Dam, six new towers are being built to support power lines spanning the Columbia River.
Watch the video.


New Mussels Research Video Screenshot

Mussels Research Video - Silicone Foul Release Coatings Show Most Promise at Managing Quagga and Zebra Mussels at Water and Hydropower Facilities.
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New Fryingpan-Arkansas and the Colorado-Big Thompson Water Projects Video Screenshot

Fryingpan-Arkansas and the Colorado-Big Thompson Water Projects - Time to celebrate! August 2012 marks a historical time for both the Fryingpan-Arkansas and the Colorado-Big Thompson water projects. The Fry-Ark is now officially 50 years old and the C-BT turned 75!
Watch the video.


New Hydropower Video Screenshot

Hydropower Video - Hydropower is a renewable and reliable resource providing clean energy to the western United States. It is the nation's largest renewable energy resource and the Bureau of Reclamation is the second largest producer in the United States. Watch the new Reclamation video on hydropower.
Watch the video.


Photo of Fish Weir Structure at Nimbus Fish Hatchery

Fish Weir Structure at Nimbus Fish Hatchery - The Bureau of Reclamation decreases flows in the lower American River below Nimbus Dam each year to prepare the Nimbus Fish Hatchery weir foundation for installation of the weir's super structure. The weir super structure is installed annually to guide spawning Chinook salmon into the hatchery fish ladder.
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Photo of Commissioner Speaking on Reclamation's Reclamation's Role in Developing Hydropower

Video of Commissioner Speaking on Reclamation's Role in Developing Hydropower - Commissioner Connor discusses Reclamation's role in developing hydropower resources across the West, including work to maximize hydro resources at existing facilities, including canals and laterals.
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Screenshot from Reclamation Scenic Video

Reclamation Scenic Video - This video, showing various Reclamation facilities and scenes, was produced by Reclamation employees Andrew Pernick, Lower Colorado Region and David Walsh, Pacific Northwest Region, to play on a large screen monitor at the Bureau of Reclamation's Washington Office on the seventh floor of the main Department of the Interior building at 1849 C Street NW, Washington, DC.
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Photo of the New Video of Minidoka Dam Getting a Facelift

Video of Minidoka Dam Getting a Facelift - Work on the new spillway foundation at South Central Idaho's Minidoka Dam has kept concrete crews busy since mid-May. Each week they placed two to four million pounds of concrete into the spillway foundation. In November 2011, the $21.3 million replacement spillway construction project began. The century-old Minidoka Dam suffers from concrete deterioration on the spillway and both irrigation headworks structures.
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Photo of Commissioner Speaking on Reclamation's Mission and Priorities

Video of Commissioner Speaking on Reclamation's Mission and Priorities - Commissioner Connor outlines the promotion of key priorities, including the economic benefit of Reclamation's infrastructure, the WaterSMART program, ecosystem restoration, efforts to strengthen Indian communities, and renewable energy.
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Commissioner Connor Speaks at Completion Ceremony for the Delta-Mendota Canal/California Aqueduct Intertie

Commissioner Connor Speaks at Completion Ceremony for the Delta-Mendota Canal/California Aqueduct Intertie - The Bureau of Reclamation, in partnership with the San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (SLDMWA) and the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), celebrated the completion of the Delta-Mendota Canal/California Aqueduct Intertie Project, on Wednesday, May 2, 2012.
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Yuma Siphon Irrigation Project Video

Video on Reclamation's Student Intern Program by Kirsten Strough, Visual Information Specialist Intern - The Pathways Program provides employment opportunities to students who are interested in public service with the Federal Government. Students benefit from paid employment, flexible work schedules, and challenging work assignments. Students gain exposure to public service while enhancing their educational goals and shaping their career choices. Kirsten works in the Pacific Northwest Region's Public Affairs Office in Boise, Idaho.
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Yuma Siphon Irrigation Project Video

Balancing Act – The Yankee Fork of the Salmon River - The Bureau of Reclamation works closely with partners to improve habitat for spring and summer Chinook salmon and steelhead in the Salmon River Basin watershed.
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Yuma Siphon Irrigation Project Video

Yuma Siphon Irrigation Project Video - In commemoration of Arizona's Centennial, the Bureau of Reclamation and Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of historical exhibits commemorating the historic Yuma Siphon Project. The siphon, touted as an engineering marvel when originally built, is still in use today and located near the Yuma Quartermaster Depot.
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Reclamation Commissioner's Remarks on Arizona Statehood Centennial

Reclamation Commissioner's Remarks on Arizona Statehood Centennial - In this brief video, Reclamation Commissioner Michael Connor introduces the Phoenix Area Office's Arizona Centennial Legacy website, and remarks on the 100 years of cooperation in water resources development and management between the state and Bureau of Reclamation.
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Commissioner Speaks at Texas Water Day

Commissioner Mike Connor speaks at the Texas Water Day - Commissioner Mike Connor speaks at the Texas Water Day, Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC on February 1, 2012.
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Commissioner Speaks at Rio Grande Nature Center
Commissioner Speaks at Rio Grande Nature Center-
Commissioner Mike Connor spoke to stakeholders, non-government organization representatives and others on Jan. 5, 2012, at the Education Center, Rio Grande Nature Center, Albuquerque, N.M.
Watch the video.

Photo of Commissioner Speaking at NWRA Meeting
Commissioner Speaks at NWRA Meeting - Commissioner Mike Connor was a keynote speaker on Nov. 17 at the National Water Resources Association annual meeting in Tucson, Arizona. He addressed the group of stakeholders and spoke about the challenges for Reclamation with the current budget restrictions. Watch the video.

Commissioner Speaking at CRWUA Meeting.

Commissioner Speaks at CRWUA Meeting - Commissioner Mike Connor delivered remarks at the Colorado River Water Users Association Meeting
on December 16, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Watch the video.

Reclamation Green Building in Boulder City Ribbon-Cutting/Dedication Video
Reclamation Pleistocene Trackways Documentation Project Eastern Idaho - What is large, hairy, and 72,000-plus years old? Why a Wooly Mammoth, of course! In August 2010, several ancient animal tracks were discovered on a Bureau of Reclamation project site in Southeastern Idaho by vertebrate paleontologist and Reclamation volunteer, Steve Robison.
Watch the video.

Reclamation Green Building in Boulder City Ribbon-Cutting/Dedication Video

Reclamation Green Building in Boulder City Ribbon-Cutting/Dedication Video - On Sept 8, 2011, approximately 140 staff, dignitaries and local residents joined Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Mike Connor and Lower Colorado Regional Director Lorri Gray-Lee in a dedication/ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the agency’s first Green Building.
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Reclamation Diversity Video
Colorado River Basin Study Overview Video - In this brief video, Basin Study Project Manager Terry Fulp presents a snapshot of the Study's goals and progress, and invites public participation in the activities. Watch the video.

Reclamation Diversity Video
Reclamation Diversity Video - As the mission of the Bureau of Reclamation has evolved since its inception in 1902, so has Reclamation’s workforce. Today, more than ever, Reclamation embraces people from all cultures who have a variety of training, experiences and educational backgrounds. Reclamation is committed to hiring and nurturing individuals that bring new ideas and perspectives into the workplace. The goal is to capitalize on individual differences and creativity to position ourselves for future challenges and to maintain the critical work Reclamation employees perform. Watch the video.

Yuma Desalting Plant Pilot Run Video
Yuma Desalting Plant Pilot Run Video - Between May 2010 and March 2011, Reclamation operated the idled Yuma Desalting Plant to gather data needed to consider potential future operation of the plant and its potential to augment lower Colorado River water supplies.  In collaboration with The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Central Arizona Water Conservation District and Southern Nevada Water Authority, Reclamation completed a year-long operation of the YDP. Watch the video.

Luguna DivisionConservation Area Video
Laguna Division Conservation Area Video - The Bureau of Reclamation is developing the Laguna Reach of the Colorado River near Yuma, Arizona, as part of the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program, a partnership of 56 agencies working under a 50-year plan to protect the lower Colorado River environment while ensuring the certainty of existing water and power operations.
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Roosevelt Dam - 100th Anniversary
Roosevelt Dam 100th Anniversary On March 18, 1911, Roosevelt Dam on the Salt River was dedicated by former President Theodore Roosevelt. One hundred years has passed since this momentous event. This video celebrates the benefits -- water storage, flood control, hydroelectric power and recreational opportunities -- that this structure... and its Salt River Project / Bureau of Reclamation partnership bring to central Arizona. Watch the video.

Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project
Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project - Reclamation has implemented the WaterSMART Basin Study Program to define options for future water management of Western river basins. The Yakima River Basin in central Washington State was one of three proposals chosen to participate in the program. Watch the video.

Grand Coulee Third Power Plant
Grand Coulee Dam's Third Powerplant Overhaul Project - The six generating units in the Third Powerplant have been in service since the mid-1970s. Age-related wear is beginning to create problems which have resulted in increased power outages and reduced reliability. As part of the project, the contractor has prepared a simulation showing step-by-step how the units will be disassembled and placed in various locations. The animation was prepared using CAD files and other types of animation software Watch the video.

Three Sisters Irrigation District
Three Sisters Irrigation District - The Three Sisters Irrigation District will receive $2.4 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dollars over the next few years through the Bureau of Reclamation and other agencies. In the winter of 2009/2010, these economic stimulus funds provided full employment to almost a dozen skilled laborers and an economic shot in the arm for dozens of businesses in the small mountain town of Sisters, Oregon. Watch the video.

Pathfinder Dam
Pathfinder Reservoir Flows Over the Uncontrolled Spillway at Pathfinder Dam - Inflows to the Pathfinder Reservoir from a combination of snow melt and a severe rainstorm increased reservoir water levels to capacity, which allowed for water to be released over a portion of the spillway for the first time since 1984. The dam is located 45-miles southwest of Casper, Wyoming. Video taken the morning of June 19, 2010. Watch the video.

Cascade Dam
Cascade Dam Spillway - In June 2010 parts of Idaho, including the Payette River basin, received an unusual amount of rainfall and cool weather, which led to high flows in tributaries causing flooding in some areas. As a routine part of flood control operations, Cascade Dam was operated to hold back the flows as long as possible during the worst of the flooding. As flooding subsided, a large amount of water had to be released from the spillway, attracting many visitors. Watch the video.

Grand Coulee Powerplant
Grand Coulee Dam's Third Powerplant - Grand Coulee Dam's Third Powerplant saw a monumental lift on October 26, 2009 when one of the 600-megawatt generators was taken out of service for repairs. The nearly 2,000 ton rotor was removed from the generator and transported to the far end of the powerhouse, where it will be stored while the repairs are completed. Watch the video.

Savage Rapides Dam
A River Runs Through It: The Removal of Savage Rapids Dam - On October 9, 2009, the last remaining radial gates at Savage Rapids Dam were closed, returning the Rogue River to its historic stream channel for the first time since 1921 and allowing salmon and trout the opportunity to migrate freely to and from the Pacific Ocean. A pumping plant was built downstream of the dam site to meet irrigation needs in the area. The total project cost was $39.3 million.
Watch the video.

Taneum Creek Salmon Restoration
Partnership Results in Restoration of Fish Passage - Bureau of Reclamation joined the Kittitas Conservation Trust and several other partners for a special event celebrating a partnership that resulted in the removal of the Bruton Diversion Dam and the successful restoration of fish passage in Taneum Creek located about 12 miles north of Ellensburg, Wash. The project reconnected migrating Coho salmon and steelhead to their historic habitat. Watch the video.

Traditions, Talent & Teamwork Image
Traditions, Talent, and Teamwork - A Welcome to the Bureau of Reclamation! This video will give you a brief overview of Reclamation's history, mission, and goals. A diversity of opportunities await you.
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High Flow Release Image
2008 High-Flow Experiment from Glen Canyon Dam- The goal of the experiment was to better understand whether higher flows can be used to rebuild eroded beaches downstream of Glen Canyon Dam by moving sand accumulated in the riverbed onto sandbars. Grand Canyon sandbars provide habitat for wildlife, serve as camping beaches for recreationists, and supply sand needed to protect archaeological sites.
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Otto Otter PSA
Canal Safety PSA with Otto Otter and Idahos First Lady - Otto Otter teaches kids to be safe around canals and other water sources. He may be available to visit your school or special event. Call (208) 378-5021 or email pninfo@usbr.gov for more information and to schedule a program. Watch the video.


Audio

Audio Summary Length
Audio file Topic: Where The Water Goes - Can we interest you in some slightly used water? in fact, pretty much all the water there is on earth has been here from the time the planet was formed. What this means is that when water is used for something, say irrigating crops in the field or making that cup of coffee you had this morning, its's not used up. Eventually it will end up back in what's called the hydrologic cycle.
(Great Plains Region 3/24/10)
5 minutes 53 seconds
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Topic: Clean. Green. Hydropower - Reclamation has a long history of helping provide the economic underpinning for economies in the western United States. We were created by President Theodore Roosevelt over a hundred years ago to do just that, to help bring water and power to the western United States.
(Great Plains Region 2/1/10)

9 minutes 10 seconds
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Topic: Community Involvement - Reclamation is the largest wholesale water supplier and the second largest supplier of hydroelectric power in the nation... those hundreds of federal employees are also members of their community.
(Great Plains Region 10/27/09)

7 minutes 52 seconds
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Topic: Platte River Recovery Program: Past, present, future - Supplying water to residents, businesses, and agriculture while protecting the environment and species diversity can be a difficult balance to maintain.
(Great Plains Region 8/18/09)

10 minutes 33 seconds
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Topic: Be Water Smart - Not Water Short - It's a simple thing we do time after time without a second thought. But the management of water is what makes civilized life possible.
(Great Plains Region 7/10/09)

9 minutes 8 seconds
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Topic: Water Wise with Otto Otter - For millions of visitors, spring means it's time to pack up and head for the nearest reservoir for fun and recreation on the water. However you mix water and fun, the most important thing is to enjoy it safely.
(Great Plains Region 5/15/09)

9 minutes 36 seconds
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Topic: Hunting & Fishing on Reclamation Lands - Federal Public Lands in the Great Plains Region are remarkable for the many natural resources and diverse recreation opportunities they offer. Hunting & fishing is often permitted on lands and waters administered by the Bureau of Reclamation.
(Great Plains Region 4/15/09)

8 minutes 40 seconds
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Topic: Mussel Beach - Quagga and zebra mussels are tiny shellfish usually no larger than your fingernail, but these invertebrates represent an insidious threat to our waterways and other vital national infrastructure.
(Great Plains Region 3/16/09)

8 minutes 30 seconds
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Topic: Recovery Act and Reclamation - As part of the Administration's Effort to create jobs and strengthen the American Economy, the Bureau of Reclamation has a major role in funding projects through the American Recovery and Investment Act. Transcript (PDF 88 KB) (Reclamation 8/3/10)

2 minutes 50 seconds
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Topic: Recovery Act's Shovel Ready Projects - With nearly $1 billion in REcovery Act Funding, the employees of the Bureau of Reclamation are working hard to strengthen the economy, create jobs, and bring much-needed infrastructure improvements to a 17-state region. Transcript (PDF 88 KB) (Reclamation 8/13/10)

2 minutes 41 seconds
Audio file Topic: Inspecting Urban Canals - In January of 2008, the failure of an irrigation canal near Fernley, Nevada, flooded several homes and prompted a review of canal safety across the west. As part of its investment of more than one-hundred-sixty-four million dollars for infrastructure reliability and safety across the west, reclamation developed a plan to inspect canals in urban areas – using on-the-ground and aerial inspection methods. 2 minutes 10 seconds
Audio file Topic: Improving Red Bluff Diversion Dam - In carrying out its work to provide water for arid farmlands in the west, Reclamation partners with many state and non-governmental entities to solve sometimes complex environmental challenges. One example is found in California’s central valley, where the red bluff diversion dam provides water to more than 150-thousand acres of high-value orchards each growing season. 3 minutes 37 seconds
Audio file Topic: Focusing on California's Bay-Delta - Mike Connor says that when he was sworn in as reclamation commissioner in May of 2009, he entered with a strong understanding that long-term drought in California would present a major set of challenges. But today, months later, he says that back then he did not fully imagine how much of his daily efforts would focus on California issues. 3 minutes 9 seconds
Audio file Topic: Partnering to Assist the Bay-Delta - California’s twenty-ten water year opened on a grim note, with a three-year drought creating uncertainty and headaches for countless farm families in the golden state. Early water allocations by the state water project and Reclamation matched the dire expectations. But with the constant attention of the administration, and a well-deserved break in drought conditions, Reclamation Commissioner Mike Connor says the water year wrapped up with better news. 2 minutes 31 seconds
Audio file Topic: Embracing the Secretary's Youth Initiative - 2011 marks the first year that members of the so-called “baby boom generation” reach the age of sixty-five. As the federal workforce passes over that milestone, and each new wave of retirements is announced, a wealth of knowledge and experience walks away from the federal sector. This is why Reclamation Commissioner Mike Connor has taken a key priority of Secretary Ken Salazar, the Youth Initiative, and made it part of the d-n-a of his organization. 3 minutes 18 seconds
Audio file Topic: Investing in Treasured Landscapes - Of the key initiatives of Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, one which touches the core of America’s natural heritage is the secretary’s ‘treasured landscapes’ initiative. Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Mike Connor says his agency has a clear role in carrying out the initiative’s key activities. 3 minutes 37 seconds
Audio file Topic: Delivering Water to Remote Areas - Since its creation, the Bureau of Reclamation has brought water to the most arid portions of the 17 western states. But some areas are even more remote. Commissioner Mike Connor sees this as a key challenge for the coming century. 2 minutes 38 seconds
Audio file Topic: Bringing Water to Native Communities - During his time with the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, and its chairman – Senator Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico – Reclamation Commissioner Mike Connor was a witness to some key developments in fulfilling the government’s treaty responsibilities with Native American communities. Today, Commissioner Connor says he has carried these lessons of collaboration and communication with him. 2 minutes 42 seconds

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