Stories & Media
Reclamation Invests in Science and Technology Development Research Projects to Address Water and Power Challenges
The ability to deliver water and generate power from Bureau of Reclamation facilities is becoming more challenging and complex. To ensure a sustainable and reliable supply of water for irrigation, municipal, hydropower generation and other uses, Reclamation is investing $9.17 million for 157 science and technology development projects across Reclamation. Read More →
The Cle Elum Helix is an example of one of the projects receiving funding in FY 2016.
Commissioner Estevan López's Priority for Reclamation
The Bureau of Reclamation is launching a $30,000 prize competition seeking improved methods to measure the food resources available for threatened and endangered fish. Advancing technology for monitoring how food is available for fish species can lower the cost and improve the effectiveness of fish recovery efforts. Read More →
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 →