National Forest Foundation

Bill Williams Mountain Restoration Project 2019/2020

Call for Proposals

Bill Williams Mountain Restoration Project 2019/2020

Background and Statement of Work

The National Forest Foundation (NFF), and local community partners are working to restore forests, reduce fire risk, and protect watersheds on National Forests in Arizona as part of the Northern Arizona Forest Fund (NAFF) program.

The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to invite forestry contractors with experience working with mechanical equipment on steep slopes to provide a proposal for thinning operations on 300 acres of steep, rocky terrain on Bill Williams Mountain (BWM), on the Kaibab National Forest, near the City of William, AZ.

This work will be done under a service contract with the National Forest Foundation. The timber cut on this project is owned by the Kaibab National Forest and may be sold as separate deck sale at a later date.

Proposals are due Tuesday, July 30th.

>>>Click here to download the RFP for more information.