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Bidding Opportunities

 NOTICE INVITING BIDS:  Sealed proposals will be received in Reno, Nevada at the Nevada Department of Wildlife; Attention Engineering Section—Zunino Bid; 6980 Sierra Center Parkway #120, Reno, NV, 89511, until 1:30 p.m. Local Time on July 31, 2018, at which time they shall be publicly opened and read, for performing work on the Zunino-Jiggs Reservoir Boat Launch Facility, near Jiggs, Nevada.  The Project consists of the construction of a new Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Boat Ramp, earthwork, graveled parking areas, gravel access roads, ADA accessible parking, boat dock, dam embankment slope revetment, and crest revetment.  Electronic copies of the plans, specifications and contract documents may be obtained free of charge in PDF format from Dyer Engineering Consultants, Inc. 775-852-1440.  The Bidding Requirements, Conditions of the Contract and General Requirements within the project specifications must be reviewed and understood by all bidders.  Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified or cashier's check or bid bond in the amount of not less than 10 percent of the total bid price. A performance bond and a payment bond in the amount of 100 percent of the bid price will be required of the successful bidder. Bidders are hereby notified that no less than the general prevailing wage rates as determined by the Nevada Labor Commissioner (http://labor.nv.gov/) shall be paid to all workmen employed on said project PWP-EL-2018-236.  All questions shall be directed in writing to Heath Hildebrandt, Project Manager, email: hhildebrandt@dyerengineering.com.  A non-mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at the project site at 11:30 am Local Time on July 18, 2018.  The Nevada Department of Wildlife reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any informality in a bid and to make awards in the interest of the State of Nevada.  

Grant Opportunities

Seed purchase and application on wildfire and habitat projects in Ely BLM District

Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation Planning, Implementation,Monitoring and Seed Coordinator

Overton WMA Pintail/Wilson Pond Enhancement

Desatoya Mountains Land Health Project, Edwards Creek Lek Treatment

Sage Grouse Initiative Partnership

Developing novel remote sensing approaches for mapping Sage Grouse Habitats

Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse Translocation Research 

Developing Novel Remote Sensing Approaches for Detecting and Mapping Medusahead Invasion in Nevada

Shooting Range Subgrant Application

Common Raven Population Modeling to Complement Project 41 in the FY 2018 Predator Management Plan  

Common Raven Mapping to Complement Project 41 in the FY 2018 Predator Management Plan  

Vegetation Monitoring for Habitat Restoration Treatments

Predicting Susceptibility to White Nose Syndrome in the West: The Innate Immune Defenses of Bats 

Desatoya Mountains/Smith Creek Greater Sage-grouse Research and Monitoring   

Applications for Ruby Habitat Enhancement Fund Project Proposals

pygmy-rabbitsDuring the course of permitting their natural gas pipeline project that crosses Nevada and three other western states, Ruby Pipeline LLC entered into three voluntary Cooperative Agreements to implement conservation measures for Sage Grouse and Pygmy Rabbits, Threatened and Endangered Species and Migratory Birds. The Nevada Department of Wildlife and the Bureau of Land Management entered into an agreement with Ruby Pipeline LLC and received $8.8 Million for habitat protection and enhancement and other conservation efforts for the benefit of Sage Grouse and Pygmy Rabbits.

The first set of projects was approved by review panels comprised of both agencies. Those projects which include: Pre and post construction pygmy rabbit monitoring, noxious weed treatments, sagebrush habitat restoration and sage grouse habitat use monitoring, account for the first $500,000 in projects. Additional projects are currently being reviewed. Proposals that meet the specific criteria of location and subject are welcome from the responsible public, environmental contractors, the University, and governmental agencies. Applications are available from either NDOW or the BLM. All funds must be obligated within five years.

A link to the forms required for consideration of a project can be found on this page. All projects must demonstrate a benefit to either sage grouse or pygmy rabbits and be located in Elko County, Humboldt County or the Surprise Field office boundary of Washoe County. At this time all projects must contain on-the-ground habitat enhancements such as reclamation (seeding or planting), weed treatment or juniper invasion control as examples.

Sage GrouseProposal Format and Ranking Factors for the Ruby Pipeline Habitat Mitigation Program

The forms can be submitted to the Habitat Division in our Reno office at 1100 Valley Road, our Eastern Regional Office in Elko at 60 Youth Center Road, or our Winnemucca Office at 815 East Forth Street. The forms can also be e-mailed to ndowinfo@ndow.org along with an adequate return contact should we have questions.

Eligibility: The following parties are considered eligible to receive project funding to manage projects although anyone can propose a project for consideration: Federal and Nevada State agencies, Universities, nationally recognized wildlife conservation organizations and non-profit (501C3) wildlife conservation organizations.

 

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