Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is a once-in-a-generation investment to help communities across the country tackle the climate crisis while creating good-paying jobs, addressing environmental justice, and boosting local economies." 

— Secretary Deb Haaland

President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law contains several provisions that invest in Department of the Interior initiatives and benefit the communities and areas we directly serve. The Department received $28.1 billion across our bureaus and offices dedicated to restoring critical habitats, addressing the drought crisis, assisting with wildland fire management, and helping communities prepare for extreme weather events.  

At Interior, we know that success in implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is through frequent collaboration with Tribal, local, state, and federal leaders and their communities. We will continue to work together to get these essential resources to the communities who need them most. 

The Interior Department has launched an interactive map to track funding invested so far from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law in thousands of projects nationwide.

Interactive Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Projects Map 
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  • Pump jack in Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
    Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments in abandoned mine land and water reclamation projects and orphaned well site plugging, remediation, and restoration.

    Legacy Pollution

  • Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments in Tribal communities to replace aging infrastructure and climate resilience.

    Tribal Investments

  • Lake Mead surrounded by rocks that indicate the water levels.
    Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments to support water resilience and drought mitigation.

    Addressing Drought

  • Firefighter stands on a rocky hill, looking toward billowing smoke.
    Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments in wildfire management programs including preparedness, fuels management, hiring and training firefighters and fire science.

    Wildland Fire

  • Closeup of golden brown and green sagebrush.
    Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments in the resilience and restoration of America’s lands including ecosystem restoration projects and native species detection and prevention.

    Ecosystem Restoration

  • Rock formations at Crater Lake.
    Bipartisan Infrastructure Law investments in research of energy and critical mineral resources and training and retaining natural resource scientists.

    Scientific Innovation