Wren Marsh (Siuslaw River) Tidal Wetland Restoration Feasibility Study
The Siuslaw Watershed Council (SWC) is seeking a qualified contractor to perform initial evaluations and hydraulic modeling that will document existing hydraulic conditions and evaluate the effects of three restoration alternatives at Wren Marsh in the Siuslaw River Estuary. The property owner, McKenzie River Trust, intends to manage the site for its ecological and estuary habitat goals. Wren Marsh is an approximately 8 acre diked and grazed former tidal wetland located near the town of Cushman, Oregon.
Submittals are due by 5:00 PM on February 23rd, 2022
Mandatory site visit to the Wren Marsh project site will be held on January 25th, 2022
Contact Project Manager if you can not attend 1/25 site visit but are interested in entering a bid.
For more information regarding tidal estuary restoration in the Siuslaw basin visit: https://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/concern/defaults/02871160r
Site visit and meeting: January 25th, 2022
Proposals due to Council: February 23rd, 2022
Contractor selected, develop contract: March 9th, 2022
Initiation of work: March 23rd, 2022
Work completed: July 31st, 2022
Restoration Projects Manager
Phone: (541) 513-2604
Siuslaw Watershed Council
Physical Address: 10868 East Mapleton Road, Mapleton, OR, 97453
Mailing Address: PO Box 422, Mapleton, OR, 97453
This project is made possible through funding from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board.
Upper Deadwood Creek LWD Tipping/Felling
The Siuslaw Watershed Council (SWC) is seeking a qualified contractor to cut up to 60 mature trees (DBH between 28-36"), and to tip and stage up to 400 plantation trees with root wads (DBH between 18-24") in the Upper Deadwood Creek sub-basin in the Siuslaw Watershed. Cut and staged trees will be transported via helicopter (under an independent work item and contract that is not associated with this RFP) to streams in the Deadwood Creek sub-basin.
Submittals are due by 5:00 PM on September 20th, 2021.
Site visit to tree tipping and cutting sites will be held on Wednesday, September 15th, 2021.
This is a collaborative project with the United States Forest Service (USFS).