On October 30, New Mexico was allocated $17 million from the Department of the Interior for vital rural water projects in 2024.
The Department of the Interior announced a $50M investment over five years for water infrastructure and drought data collection in the Upper Colorado River Basin.
The U.S. Department of the Interior is providing much-needed resources to enhance Western communities’ resilience to drought and climate change.
The Department of Interior is investing $152M in six Western US water projects to boost drinking water supply and climate resilience.
After 30 years of service, the Leadville Mine treatment plant will be replaced, ensuring clean water for Arkansas River and boosting community safety.
Another round of funding was announced today for drought resiliency programs. Six of the 7 Colorado River Compact states have programs receiving Bipartisan Infrastructure Funding in today's...