Photo of power generators at Hungry Horse Dam, which is 564-feet-high and has a variable-thickness concrete arch structure with a crest length of 2,115 ft. For more informaiton visit: http://on.doi.gov/HrIOIa
This picture features a Reclamation construction crew working on the Boise Project in 1914. The Boise Project furnishes a full irrigation water supply to about 224,000 acres and a supplemental supply to some 173,000 acres in southwestern Idaho and eastern Oregon. For more information, on the Boise Project, visit http://on.doi.gov/1baI7Gl
As we remember JFK today, we are also reminded of the number of milestone events he participated in with the Bureau of Reclamation during his term in office. This video includes his very amusing ad-lib remarks at the event on September 27, 1963, in Salt Lake City which started the first generator at Flaming Gorge Dam.