Stories & Media

  • Feature

    Minidoka Spillway Completion Ceremony

  • Feature

    Refuge Water Supply in California

    Through the Reservoir Water Supply Program, 19 federal, state and private wildlife refuges receive water to operate these critical sanctuaries for the millions of migratory birds who use them each year. In the picture below, Reclamation staff tours the Sutter National Wildlife Refuge to survey site conditions and discuss improvements to the refuge's water conveyance infrastructure. Read More →

  • News

    Bureau of Reclamation Renews Agreement with C.A.S.T for Kids Foundation

    Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López announced today that Reclamation and the Catch a Special Thrill (C.A.S.T.) for Kids Foundation have signed a five-year cooperative agreement continuing to make outdoor recreational fishing opportunities accessible at Reclamation reservoirs for children with disabilities and children who experience disadvantages in their lives.. Read More →

  • News

    Reclamation Makes Higher Water Releases From Pueblo Dam

    (June 19, 2015) The Bureau of Reclamation is increasing releases to 5,300 cfs today from Pueblo Dam to ensure there is enough floodwater storage in the reservoir. An additional increase of 500 cfs is anticipated for tomorrow. Read More →

Recreation & Public Use

Skins, Scat and Skulls interpretive program at New Melones. New Melones Lake: A Great Place to Enjoy the Fourth of July

The Bureau of Reclamation’s Central California Area Office invites the public to visit New Melones Lake over the Fourth of July weekend and enjoy its many recreational opportunities. Read More →


Last Updated: June 30, 2015