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    Commissioner Estevan López's Priority for Reclamation

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    Reclamation Transmits to Congress Final Report on Proposed Shasta Dam Raise

    The Bureau of Reclamation transmitted to Congress today the Final Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement for the Shasta Lake Water Resources Investigation. The report describes the technical, environmental, economic, and financial evaluations prepared to date for alternatives to raise Shasta Dam, located approximately 10 miles northwest of Redding, Calif. The report also identifies next steps to identify construction cost-share partners and project financing, and to develop the Recommended Plan. Read More →

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    Bureau of Reclamation to Award $20,000 for New Fish Tracking Ideas

    The Bureau of Reclamation is seeking innovative fish tracking technologies in its first Prize Challenge Competition. The competition, which runs until August 26, will award a total of $20,000 in prize money for solutions that reduce costs and improve fish tracking methods. Read More →

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    Statement of Project Construction Cost and Repayment Statements Are Available from Reclamation

    The Bureau of Reclamation is making Project Construction Cost and Repayment Statements available by request. Reclamation has been accumulating construction cost and repayment data since the first reimbursable project began and created the Statement of Project Construction Cost and Repayment (SPCCR) to capture cost and repayment data by project, for internal use only. However, these are now available by request. Read More →

Recreation & Public Use

Paddling with a ranger at Lake Berryessa. Reclamation Announces Summer/Fall 2015 Park Events and Ranger Interpretive Programs at Lake Berryessa

The Bureau of Reclamation’s Central California Area Office announces summer and fall 2015 park events and Park Ranger interpretive programs at Lake Berryessa in Napa County, Calif. All activities will be held rain or shine and are free of charge. Some programs have group size limitations, so please contact the Park Ranger office regarding availability. Participants should wear sturdy shoes and clothing appropriate for the weather and bring water and sunscreen for daytime activities. Children are welcome, but those under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Read More →

Last Updated: July 31, 2015