The Bureau of Reclamation, within the Department of the Interior has announced funding in the amount of $475,000 to support the Hualapai Nation Participation in the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program.
The Hualapai Nation will participate in the process to identify, evaluate, monitor, and equally participate in the long-term management of all historic properties, sacred areas, and locations of traditional Hualapai cultural use that are within the area affected by the operations of Glen Canyon Dam.
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