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Kern County, Calif., funds by Interior, Department of

Listing $13,396,658.00 in stimulus funds from Interior, Department of for Kern

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
NORTH KERN WATER STORAGE DISTRICT $4,945,552 Water 2025 Calloway Canal to Lerdo Canal Intertie: Construct improvements to existing water conveyance infrastructure which will increase flexibility in managing available water supplies and thereby improve water supply reliability. Improvements primarily consist Bureau of Reclamation 9/28/2009
SEMITROPIC ROSAMOND WATER BANK AUTHORITY $4,943,782 Water 2025 Water Use Efficiency Grant: Challange Grant Water Bank?Water Markets Bureau of Reclamation 9/22/2009
SEMITROPIC WATER STORAGE DISTRICT IRRIGATION WATER SYSTEM FI $2,169,655 Water 2025 Pond Poso Spreading and Recovery Facility: Construct spreading and recovery facilities which will increase flexibility in managing available water supplies and thereby improve water supply reliability. Improvements primarily consist of the following: (1 Bureau of Reclamation 1/29/2010
DELANO-EARLIMART IRRIGATION DISTRICT $954,831 Water 2025 Turnipseed Groundwater Bank Phase II American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This would consist of construction and implementation of a groundwate banking facitlity. The purpose of this project would be to bank surface water supplies when water Bureau of Reclamation 9/28/2009
NATIVE HARVEST SEED CO INC $100,000 Native Harvest Seed has received this award to custom-collect native seeds on the Carrizo Plain National Monument. Seed will be harvested from the mnument, cleaned, processed and delivered back to the Monument. The seed will then be used to restore area Bureau of Land Management 1/28/2010
NATIVE HARVEST SEED CO. INC. $80,000 Seed Collection Carrizo Plain National Monument Bureau of Land Management 1/28/2010
GARDNER & PLATT FENCING $73,000 Kaviah fence Bureau of Land Management 4/27/2010
STANDARD REMEDIATION $40,000 Carrizo Oak Fencing Build a fence in the Carrizo Plain National Monument prtoecting Oaks Bureau of Land Management 4/16/2010
O'BRIEN, TIMOTHY $39,960 Reclamation of routes and trails that lead to abandoned mine lands. Bureau of Land Management 4/19/2010
COMBINED EFFORT, INC. $33,647 Repair water control structures at the Kern County National Wildlife Refuge. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 9/24/2009
THE STUDENT CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION INC $16,231 Recovery Act Funds - Habitat Enhancement, Restoration and Improvement. The award funds services to the Kern National Wildlife Refuge Complex from the Student Conservation Association's Conservation Intern (CI) program, which recruits and places qualified young people for environmental and conservatio... Show more U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 9/10/2009