Bureau of Reclamation Grants

Established in 1902, the Bureau of Reclamation is best known for the dams, power plants, and canals it constructed in the 17 western states. These water projects led to homesteading and promoted the economic development of the West. Reclamation has constructed more than 600 dams and reservoirs including Hoover Dam on the Colorado River and Grand Coulee on the Columbia River.

Today the Bureau or Reclamation is the largest wholesaler of water in the United States.



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A single award will be made under this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) so eligible entities should apply for the full funding amount. Administration of Program funds will be directed towards...more
Posted On - 2021-05-21


The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), Lower Colorado Basin, Yuma Area Office (YAO) is requesting proposals to fund projects for activities in support of their Endangered Species and Environmental...more
Posted On - 2021-04-22


Reclamation is interested in research where the benefits are widespread but where private-sector entities are not able to make the full investment and assume all the risks. Reclamation is also...more
Posted On - 2021-04-15




The Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act (WIIN), Public Law (P.L.) 114-322, was enacted in December of 2016 to address water resources infrastructure that is critical to the...more
Posted On - 2021-03-24


Through the Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program (Title XVI), authorized by Public Law (P.L.) 102-575 in 1992, Reclamation provides financial and technical assistance to local water agencies...more
Posted On - 2021-03-24


The Department of the Interior’s (DOI’s) WaterSMART (Sustain and Manage America’s Resources for Tomorrow) Program provides a framework for Federal leadership and assistance to...more
Posted On - 2021-03-08


The Central Valley Project Improvement Act (CVPIA) Habitat Restoration Program (HRP) implements actions intended to protect, restore, and enhance special-status species (excluding fish) and their...more
Posted On - 2021-02-25




The objective of the NOFO is to invite eligible applicants to submit applications for projects that benefit federally listed and other special-status species whose habitats and populations have been...more
Posted On - 2021-02-18


Through WaterSMART Applied Science Grants, Reclamation provides cost-shared financial assistance to States, Indian Tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, or other organizations with water or...more
Posted On - 2021-02-10






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