Request for Proposals

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Cachagua Creek Ford Replacement and Fish Passage Improvement Project - Unincorporated Monterey County, California. Trout Unlimited. Due date: 6/18/19. Seeking bids from a qualified contractor for a Construction project to demolish / remove an existing concrete low flow crossing / ford on private property that is a migration barrier to the federally threatened South Central California Coast Steelhead on Cachagua Creek, tributary to the Carmel River in unincorporated Monterey County, Ca. and replace it with a vented ford (3 box culverts) to provide fish passage and landowner access across the creek consistent with designs developed and approved thru 2015 FRGP Grant #P1540401. Project is funded by grants from the State of California (CDFW and Coastal Conservancy) and managed by Trout Unlimited (501c3). Link to RFP page/posting:

Notice of Funding Availability: Sacramento District California In-Lieu Fee Program — Due date: 12/31/2019 The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Sacramento District California In-Lieu Fee Program currently has up to $4.5 million in available funding for projects that establish, enhance, restore, or, in certain circumstances, preserve wetlands and other aquatic resources. For more information, please review or visit our website: For questions about how to apply for funding, please contact:

Chris Gurney, Wetlands Program Director, Impact-Directed Environmental Accounts (IDEA)
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
90 New Montgomery Street, Suite 1010, San Francisco, CA 94105
Direct: (415) 593-7627