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J. Scott Keim, P.E., Catherine Lucero, P.E., and Katie Bartojay, P.E., FACI, from the Bureau of Reclamation's Technical Service Center in Denver, Colorado, were recently recognized by the American Concrete Institute for their work at Reclamation in concrete and support within the concrete industry. Read More →
Reclamation investing $15.4 million to help communities mitigate drought and climate change impacts in Western United States
The Bureau of Reclamation is awarding $15.4 million for projects in the West to prepare for and respond to drought. The WaterSMART Drought Program funding will leverage $54.9 million in non-federal cost-share to complete projects in seven Western states. Read More →
New prize competition seeks to improve reliability of water deliveries for America's crops by reducing water seeping from canals
The Bureau of Reclamation is launching a prize competition to reduce the amount of water seeping from canal infrastructure throughout the West. The Water America's Crops Challenge seeks to improve water delivery efficiency and minimize canal failures for America's agriculture by reducing water seeping from a canal into the ground. Read More →
Reclamation remains committed to addressing the complex issues of drought through projects like Cle Elum Pool Raise. This project will add an additional 14,600 acre-feet of storage capacity for instream flows for anadromous and resident fish.