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Request for Bids


Fish Creek Large Woody Debris Project


Download the RFP here: Fish Creek LWD Project RFP


This project will place 450 pieces of large woody debris over 3 stream miles of Fish Creek near Triangle Lake, OR. This will help enhance coho salmon habitat in the stream and works to help restore natural habitat-forming processes in this stream to enhance habitat for local aquatic and terrestrial species.  If interested contractors have questions or would like to schedule a site visit, outside of the scheduled site visit at 44°08'48.2"N 123°34'28.2"W on May 1st 2018, please see contact person’s information below. Contractors have until 3 p.m. on May 11, 2018 to respond by providing a bid to the mailing address below, or to the project manager, Eli Tome at  


Contact Person:

Eli Tome

Executive Director

Siuslaw Watershed Council

Phone:  541.268.3044


Issued By:

Siuslaw Watershed Council

PO Box 422

Mapleton, OR 97453

(Mailing address)

Physical Address Location: 

Siuslaw Watershed Council

Mapleton School District Campus

10868 East Mapleton Road

Mapleton, OR 97453 (Not Mailing address)


This project is made available through funding from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board and the Bureau of Land Management.


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Contractor site visit and meeting

May 1 2018

Proposals due to Council

May 7, 2018

Contractor selected, develop contract

May 21, 2018

Tree tipping and staging may begin

June 1, 2018

*LWD placements instream work may begin*

July 1, 2018

All instream work must end

September 15, 2018



Siuslaw Watershed Council Mission Statement

The Siuslaw Watershed Council supports sound economic, social and environmental uses of natural and human resources in the Siuslaw River Basin. The Council encourages cooperation among public and private watershed entities to promote awareness and understanding of watershed functions by adopting and implementing a total watershed approach to natural resource management and production.

Other Announcements

● Remember to renew or join for 2018. Visit our Membership and Donations page to join or donate.

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● For information on ODF Fuel Reduction Programs, click here.

● Information on the Pesticide Analytical Response Center's efforts on Highway 36 concerns can be accessed on the Oregon Health Authority's website.

● Oregon DEQ has updated their Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) Program website. Follow this link tho view the website.

● In 2016, the SWC was honored with the Restoration Project of the Year award by the Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest. Follow these links for more info in SER Northwest website and The SWC Newsletter article on the award.

● For a calendar of upcoming meetings, please refer to the most recent newsletter.