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RFPs - Request For Proposals

CLOSED:
Contractor to provide Fuels Treatment For Fuels Reduction Project:
Mechanical Treatment 100 Acres
Manual Treatment 21 Acres
Herbicide (spot) 121 Acres 

May contain: grassland, field, outdoors, grass, plant, nature, slope, and tree

Office Issued: April 7, 2022
Questions Due: April 15, 2022
Submission Deadline:  May 10, 2022, at NOON (PST)
Addendum #1: May 12, 2022

Located east of the unincorporated community of Elk Creek, The Stony Gorge Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project (Project) is a 121-acre fuels reduction project in a critical location in western Glenn County, California. The Project will address the risk of wildfire, reduce wildfire potential, and increase community resiliency. The Project consists of vegetation clearance in critical locations to reduce wildfire intensity, rate of spread and will create a fuel break in a strategic location above Elk Creek. Practices include a combination of mechanical thinning and manual / hand thinning (121 acres) of hazardous fuels. Reduction of fuel loading around critical infrastructure to the town of Elk Creek will maintain continuity of government and other critical services, including, but not limited to fire, power, water, and roads.

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All questions should be in writing and addressed to:

Glenn County Resource Conservation District
Attention: Kandi Manhart, Executive Officer
132 N. Enright Avenue, Suite C, Willows, CA 95988

Email: kandi@glenncountyrcd.org

>> Responses to all Questions received will be posted here on April 20, 2022.

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CLOSED:
Contractor to provide Mechanical Fuels Treatment
For 637 Acre Fuel Reduction Project 

Office Issued: June 19, 2020
Questions Due: June 26, 2020
Submission Deadline:  July 6, 2020 at NOON

Located in the US Mendocino National Forest, the Smokey Project is a land management project comprising 7,059 acres of fuel treatments and prescribed fire to create healthy forest stands and a wildfire resilient landscape. This Request For Proposals is solely for one component of the Smokey Project which consists of a one time 637 acres mechanical thinning treatment.

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All questions should be in writing and addressed to:

Glenn County Resource Conservation District
Attention: Kandi Manhart, Executive Officer
132 N. Enright Avenue, Suite C, Willows, CA 95988

Email: kandi@glenncountyrcd.org

>> Responses to all Questions received will be posted here on June 30, 2020. 
Click here to view!