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Request For Proposals

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Manti-La Sal Resource 
Advisory Committee 

 The Manti-La Sal Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is seeking
proposals for projects that will enhance National Forest System Lands
in Emery, San Juan, and Sanpete counties, Utah and Mesa and Montrose
counties, Colorado. 

 Counties, state agencies, non-governmental organizations, the Forest
Service, or individuals are eligible to apply.  Applications must be
received by 5 p.m. May 20, 2011, and can be submitted by email, online
or hard copy.

 Projects can be performed on the Manti-La Sal National Forest or
nearby land if the project will benefit resources on the National
Forest.  Projects must benefit Forest health, fish, wildlife, soils,
watersheds or other resources; maintain roads, trails or other
infrastructure; or control noxious weeds.

 Applications and additional information about submission can be
obtained from Rosann Fillmore at (435)-636-3525,,
or on the RAC website at:
 In the event of a federal government shutdown, Fillmore and the
website will be unavailable until the government reopens.

 Proposals will be reviewed at an open meeting in mid-June, and
proponents are invited to attend the meeting.  The date will be made
available to proponents when they apply.
Published in the Emery County Progress April 12, 2011.

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