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The Bureau of Reclamation announced today Royal Elk Park Management as the selected concessionaire bid for the Putah Canyon Recreation Area business opportunity at Lake Berryessa. The business opportunity is to operate a campground, boat launch and associated facilities for a 10-year term. Royal Elk Park Management's bid best met Reclamation and the public's needs to provide required-and-authorized recreational services and facilities. Read More →
Reclamation announces Nimbus Fish Hatchery agreement with California Department of Fish and Wildlife
The Bureau of Reclamation has signed a five-year, $12.3 million multi-year agreement with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to continue the federally owned Nimbus Fish Hatchery facility's operations and maintenance in Rancho Cordova. Read More →
Trump Administration takes another step to transfer federal water facilities to local ownership in Utah
The Bureau of Reclamation today notified Congress of its intent to transfer ownership of the Hyrum-Mendon Canal and Wellsville Canal, which are part of the Hyrum Project in Cache County, Utah, to the Wellsville-Mendon Conservation District. Lands associated with these two canals will also be transferred. This action follows the recent completion of two similar transfers in Utah. Read More →
Commissioner Brenda Burman celebrates the hard work of Reclamation employees to deliver reliable water and hydropower for the western United States at Hoover Dam on National Hydropower Day.