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.



Department of Health and Human Services
 $8,707,379,944 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $4,416,956,458 Department of Homeland Security - FEMA
 $3,872,053,296 Department of Transportation
 $3,321,515,896 Department of Homeland Security
 $2,487,969,932 National Science Foundation
 $2,150,404,000 Department of Education
 $1,696,755,779 Agency for International Development
 $1,603,513,990 Department of Defense
 $1,602,301,210 Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council
 $1,600,500,629 Department of Energy
 $1,455,507,240 Department of the Interior
 $1,262,081,556 Department of Labor
 $1,249,880,000 Department of Agriculture
 $1,127,562,081 National Institutes of Health
 $990,302,970 Department of Justice
 $989,608,507 Department of Energy - Office of Science
 $673,670,000 Other Agencies
 $5,595,101,620


This notice of intent to award is to inform the public of the intention of the Bureau of Reclamation to award funding to Montana, Fish Wildlife and Parks for an Invasive Mussels Detection and...more
Posted On - 2018-07-13


This Notice of Intent to Award is to inform the public of the intention of the Bureau of Reclamation to award funding to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks for Invasive Mussels...more
Posted On - 2018-07-13


This is a Notice of Intent to Award a cooperative agreement to the University of Texas at San Antonio for the Curation of Museum Property Under Reclamation...more
Posted On - 2018-07-10




This project will provide analysis tools for supporting flexible reservoir operations in the context of changing hydrologic conditions including droughts and floods. Management objectives will also...more
Posted On - 2018-07-09


Existing hydraulic and ecological models for the South Fork Boise River have provided detailed information on flow, elevation, and connectivity that promote areas of native cottonwood recruitment....more
Posted On - 2018-07-09


The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) intends to issue a cooperative Agreement to Boise State University under the authority of Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) 15.555, Omnibus Public...more
Posted On - 2018-06-29


Bureau of Reclamation - Pacific Northwest Region
The Kalispel Tribe has received financial assistance in previous years from Reclamation to help the Kalispel Natural Resources Department (KNRD) establish and maintain continuous stream flow...more
Posted On - 2018-06-26




In response to invasive mussel detections in two Montana waterways (Tiber and Canyon Ferry Reservoirs), the Montana Legislature established the Upper Columbia Conservation Commission (UC3) during the...more
Posted On - 2018-06-14


Since 2002 the Washington State Legislature and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have recognized the economic and ecological risk posed to the Pacific Northwest by quagga mussels. In...more
Posted On - 2018-06-14





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