Maps reveal that the Bureau of Reclamation and Fish and
Wildlife Service have very different views on water use that have
long made it difficult for the agencies to work together.
by Robert Wilson,
Aug 13, 2001
Dan Beard resigns as director of the Bureau of Reclamation
to the disappointment of environmentalists.
by Rick Keister,
Jun 26, 1995
Bureau of Reclamation moves from Denver, Colo., office to
Washington, D.C., as part of overhaul.
May 02, 1994
Bureau of Reclamation releases draft plan to change the
way the Colorado River is managed in Nevada, Arizona and
May 30, 1994
BuRec backs off from water-spreading reforms.
by Paul Koberstein,
Nov 28, 1994
New Commissioner of Reclamation Dan Beard seeks to make
his agency more environmentally sensitive.
by Marc Reisner,
Mar 20, 1995
An interview with legendary BuRec director Floyd Dominy
reveals a man proud of the dams and water supply projects he built
throughout the West - especially Glen Canyon Dam and its "most
wonderful lake in the world, Lake Powell."
by Ed Marston,
Aug 28, 2000
A profile of Dan Beard, head of Bureau of Reclamation,
shows his role within the Department of the Interior.
by Michael Doyle,
Aug 09, 1993
Bureau of Reclamation sets new rules to prevent corporate
farms from using subsidized water meant for family farms.
May 01, 1995
Former New Mexico State Engineer Eluid Martinez will
replace Dan Beard as commissioner of the Bureau of
by Dustin Solberg,
Feb 19, 1996