Previous Grant Selections

2021

Reclamation awards $3.1 million in grants to develop water data, modeling and forecasting tools and information for water managers (September 2, 2021) - The Bureau of Reclamation selected 20 projects to share $3.1 million in applied science grants to develop tools and information to support water management decisions. These projects in 11 western states include improved water data, modeling and forecasting capabilities. Read More →

2020

Reclamation awards $3.5 million for 19 projects that will inform water management decisions (Feb. 11, 2020) - The Bureau of Reclamation selected 19 projects to receive $3.5 million in WaterSMART Applied Science Grants to develop tools and information that will inform and support water management decisions. These projects will be matched by more than $4.5 million, non-federal cost-match, supporting a total project cost of $8 million. Read More →

2017

Bureau of Reclamation Acting Commissioner Alan Mikkelsen announced that seven applied science projects will receive $680,000 to support resource managers in addressing management issues that cross jurisdictions and political boundaries. The applied science projects, including research to identify how drought impacts natural or cultural resources, projects to develop information and tools that inform watershed management, and projects to improve access and use of water resources data by resource managers within the boundaries of the Desert and Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. Read More →

2014

Bureau of Reclamation Acting Commissioner Lowell Pimley announced that six applied science projects will receive $448,400 to deliver new capabilities for the Desert and Southern Rockies Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. These projects will address priority resource needs identified by Reclamation and partners involved in both Landscape Conservation Cooperatives. Read More →

2012

2011

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service awarded $690,575 to eight projects for the Southern Rockies LCC.

Last Updated: 9/2/21