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Feb 28, 2018 1:27 pm The Two-Mile Meadow Restoration project is being performed on the Palouse Ranger District of the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests in collaboration with the Latah Soil and Water Conservation District (Latah SWCD).

The project, in Latah County, Idaho in Sections 13 and 24 of Township 40 North, Range 01 West, is located along the East Fork Potlatch River approximately 3 miles due east of Helmer, Idaho.

Two-Mile Meadow is located directly east of Forest Road 3227, off Forks Road (Forest Road 3332).Through Two-Mile Meadow, the East Fork Potlatch River has been diverted out of its historic channel, as a result of past logging and railroad operations and associated extirpation of beavers, negatively impacting the existing floodplain and riparian environment.

The purpose of this project is to restore meadow hydrology to a state that supports healthy native meadow and riparian conditions, including restoring the stream to its historic channel and elevations.

The project is designed to slow water and enhance groundwater recharge, prevent the introduction of sediment into East Fork Potlatch River from excessive streambank and bed erosion, and promote natural native vegetation and riparian and wetland areas.

In general, the construction contract shall require: development of temporary access routes; removal of railroad berms; earthwork operations for construction of a channel diversion structure, ditch plugs, constructed channel segments, and fill areas; off-channel habitat and streambank treatments; sod harvest, replant, and storage; construction of habitat structures; addition of floodplain microtopography, logs, and slash; installation of fence; construction of livestock ramps; and coordination with the Forest Service Contracting Officer (Government) or their representative for dewatering and fish salvage, revegetation, and adherence to various site controls.Construction for this project shall occur between June 1 and October 1, 2018.

The Notice to Proceed shall be issued once the government deems the meadow dry enough to mitigate resource damage but no later than July 1, 2018.

Operating equipment in-stream shall occur between July 15 and September 15, 2018.

Operation of equipment in the active channel is prohibited outside of this period.

The contract completion deadline is October 1, 2018.The Government's construction estimate is between $250,000 and $500,000.

A formal pre-bid meeting will be held approximately two weeks prior to the deadline for receipt of offers.

Complete details will be contained in Section L of the solicitation.

It is anticipated that the solicitation will be issued in late March.

Original bid bonds will be required.

The acquisition has been set-aside for small business concerns.
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7500 Security Blvd. C2-21-15 Baltimore, Maryland 21244-1850
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7500 Security Blvd. Baltimore, Maryland 21244 United States
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2018-10-11 07:02:21
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2018-10-12 07:45:35 [Refresh]

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