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DNRC Invasive Species Outreach Specialist Opportunity

July 14 2017


The Conservation and Resource Development Division(CARDD) is responsible for providing technical and financial assistance to local governments, state agencies and private citizens for conservation, development, protection and management of the state’s natural resources.
The Invasive Species Program includes the administration of the aquatic invasive species grant program and coordination and administration of the Montana Invasive Species Council, the Upper Columbia Conservation Commission, and an independent scientific advisory panel.
The Montana Invasive Species Advisory Council (MISAC) was formed in 2013 by Executive Order 13-2014 to advise the Governor on a science-based, comprehensive program to identify, prevent, eliminate, reduce, and mitigate the impacts of invasive species in Montana.  The MISAC was continued beyond 2016 by Executive Order 21-2016 and finally, made into a statutory Title 2 agency and becoming the Montana Invasive Species Council (MISC) with the passage of HB622 in the 65th Legislature.

Similar to MISC, The Upper Columbia Conservation Commission (UC3) was formed as a statutory Title 2 agency with the passage of HB 622 in the 65th legislature.  Its purpose will be to protect the aquatic environment in tributaries to the Columbia River and support regional efforts for prevention of aquatic invasive species by developing an annual invasive species monitoring plan using a cooperative strategy among water management agencies within the Columbia river basin in Montana. The UC3 will also develop and implement an invasive species education and outreach strategy specifically for the upper Columbia river basin in Montana.

The Invasive Species outreach coordinator reports to the program manager and is responsible for creating, implementing, and evaluating statewide invasive species education and outreach efforts to increase awareness of and knowledge about invasive species issues, particularly the prevention of new introductions. The coordinator also provides support to the program in grant administration and management, implementing statewide invasive species plans and projects, working with stakeholders and partners to increase invasive species coordination, and assisting with the administration and coordination of the MISC, the UC3, and the scientific advisory panel.

Closing Date (based on your computer’s time zone)
:  Jul 14, 2017, 11:59:00 PM
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Sweet Grass County Weed Departmentis accepting bids on a 2006 Spika 16 ft. self-contained wash unit.

June 30 2017

Sweet Grass County Commissioners

Sweet Grass County Weed Department is accepting bids on a 2006 Spika 16 ft. self-contained wash unit.

Minimum bid is $7500.00.

AS IS where is, it is up to you to remove the unit.  All bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope with “vehicle bid” and the year and make of the vehicle that you are bidding on written on the outside of the envelope.

Bids will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 30, 2017.

Bids will be opened in the Board Room of the Sweet Grass County Commissioners on Monday, July 3, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

Information on the above Portable Weed Wash Unit can be obtained by calling Connie Weston, Sweet Grass County Noxious Weed Coordinator at (406) 932-3582 or by viewing the vehicle at the Sweet Grass County Noxious Weed Shop at 5 Hooper Street, Big Timber, MT.

Bids can be mailed to Sweet Grass County at P.O. Box 888, Big Timber, MT  59011or by delivering them to the Clerk & Recorder’s Office at 115 West 5th Ave., Big Timber, MT.  Be sure to include your name, address and a phone number on your bid.

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