Upper Poudre Recovery & Resiliency Watershed Plan - Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed RFP-150520-01 Poudre Watershed Recovery & Resiliency Plan

Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed » RFP-150520-01 Poudre Watershed Recovery & Resiliency Plan

The information below is a summary of solicitation number RFP-150520-01 Poudre Watershed Recovery & Resiliency Plan posted by Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed.  As a reminder, this solicitation is closed and responses are no longer being accepted.

Upper Poudre Recovery & Resiliency Watershed Plan

Date Issued: 05/20/2015

Deadline: 06/19/2015  prior to 12:00 PM   M.D.T.

Requisition Number:

Delivery Point: Fort Collins, CO

Delivery Date: TBD

Type of Purchase: Term: Unspecified

Construction Related: No

Type of Response Allowed: Online or Hard Copy

Issuing Agency: Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed

Using Department: CPRW

Special Notices: Minority Business Participation
Small Business Participation
Women-Owned Business Participation

ACCEPTING VENDOR QUESTIONS:

Due Date: 6/12/2015 5:00:00 PM M.D.T.

Primary Contact Name: Ms. Jennifer Kovecses

Title: executive director

Email: jenk@pooudrewatershed.org

SUMMARY OF SPECIFICATIONS:

We are seeking services from a qualified environmental/watershed planning consultant to help complete our watershed recovery and resilience plan for the upper Cache la Poudre River, from the headwaters of the river until the canyon mouth, including the north fork, main stem, and Rist Canyon that will: -identify and prioritize remaining recovery needs from the High Park Fire -identify and prioritize areas of the watershed at greatest risk from threats such as high impact wildfires, floods, long term drought etc., -incorporate multiple environmental benefits/ecosystem services into planning and prioritization -help develop appropriate monitoring/metrics for gauging success of implementation of the plan -produce a comprehensive plan that will help guide on the ground restoration/treatment efforts that will help create a more resilient watershed. The selected consultant will be expected to work closely with CPRW staff and its stakeholder committee to choose and recommend the final analysis approach, shape deliverables, and develop work products. The selected consultant will also coordinate with the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) and the Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) state technical support team on this effort. 

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