The STATE OF MONTANA, Fish, Wildlife, & Parks, is seeking proposals from qualified contractors to implement timber harvest and wildfire hazardous fuels reduction, utilizing acceptable forest practices within Lone Pine State Park. This project will be overseen by the State of Montana, FWP and administered, on behalf of the State, by Northwest Management Inc (NMI). NMI is a professional forestry consulting company. Payment to contractors will be made by NMI upon satisfactory completion of each project. A more complete description of the supplies and/or services sought for this project is provided in Section 3, Scope of Project. Proposals submitted in response to this solicitation must comply with the instructions and procedures contained herein.
(Bids & Proposals - 10/31/2006)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) is seeking public comment on a proposal to acquire approximately 20 acres of riverfront property along the Clark Fork River in the Alberton Gorge. If acquired, the property would become a part of the Alberton Gorge Recreational Corridor, a seven-mile segment of the Clark Fork River located approximately 30 miles northwest of Missoula.
The parcel under consideration (commonly known as the Stranahan Property) is currently owned by conservation buyer Stranie Ventures, LLC, which purchased the land five years ago. The company proposes to sell the land to FWP at the original purchase price.
(Acquisitions, Trades & Leases - 10/26/2006)
Provide and install a 2,000-gallon fish distribution tank on Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) truck for the Big Spring Trout Hatchery per specifications listed in the invitation to bid.
BIG SPRINGS TROUT HATCHERY
2035 FISH HATCHERY RD
LEWISTOWN MT 59457
(Bids & Proposals - 10/23/2006)
The FWP Commission opened up mule deer hunting to either sex in wildfire-stricken portions of hunting districts 520, 560, 575, and 590. This emergency measure is in response to the devastation to mule deer range caused by recent wildfires. (Hunting - 10/20/2006)
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have developed an
environmental assessment (EA) for the Gartside Fishing Access Site Fishing Pier Replacement Project. The proposed area of construction consists of 1 acre located on the west end of Gartside Reservoir one mile north of Crane, Mt. on Hwy 16.
The proposed project includes repairing the damaged fishing pier. The proposed project is predicted to begin and be completed in the spring of 2008.
(Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 10/17/2006)