Pres. Obama visited Fresno, considered to be the community hardest hit by California’s drought, and promised federal help Friday.
The Obama Administration broke down $183 million in aid ahead of his visit.
$100 million would go toward livestock disaster assistance for farmers in the state, which is included in the 2014 Farm Bill.
“Exceptional” drought areas would get a $15 million boost in water conservation assistance. This money would also help parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Colorado and New Mexico.
$5 million would help communities heavily impacted by the drought to fix watershed issues.
Another $60 million would go toward California’s food banks, and $3 million in grants for communities with water shortages.
The president also said that federal facilities would reduce water use.