Research and Development
The Bureau of Reclamation’s Science and Technology Program hosted a Canal Research Workshop on June 6 in Denver, Colorado. The canal research workshop was organized to improve coordination and research outcomes in this area.
Thirty people from Reclamation’s canals research principal ... (Read More →)
It was a beautiful, sunny day at Horsetooth Reservoir, with participants, family members and volunteers alike enjoying a day of fun and fishing for the annual C.A.S.T. for Kids event. This year, there were 30 child participants and 100 volunteers. The event had quite the turnout!
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Jun 11, 2018
First Annual STEM Event at Flaming Gorge Dam
On May 24, Reclamation hosted the first science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) event with participating agencies Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service at Flaming Gorge Dam in Dutch John, Utah. The primary goal was to recruit and mentor youth by encouraging them to ... (Read More →)
Bureau of Reclamation
Reclamation employs a diverse group of subject matter experts and provides employees with opportunities to utilize their skills. Matthew Klein, P.E., Ph. D., is just one of Reclamation’s unique experts. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering with a focus on Civil Engineering, ... (Read More →)
Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman led a delegation from the United States and the Department of the Interior to the World Water Forum in Brasilia, Brazil from March 18 to 23. Organized by the World Water Council, based in Marseille, France, this global event on water takes place ... (Read More →)
May 18, 2018
Deputy Secretary recognizes Reclamation heroes
In May, Department of the Interior Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt recognized five Northern California Area Office employees as heroes for saving a citizen’s life last year at our Whiskeytown Lake. He presented them with the Secretary’s Commendation Award at an all-hands DOI meeting in S... (Read More →)