Below are the current contract opportunities with the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife. Click on an individual link to find the Request for Response and required forms.
Project Description: The Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program (NHESP) of the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife is seeking to fund genetic analyses and other work related to ongoing investigations of regional population distributions, local population structures, and reproductive ecology of the Ambystoma jeffersonianum species complex in Massachusetts.
Project Title: Conversion of Agricultural Fields to Native Warm Season Grasses at the Frances Crane WMA file size 2MB Prevailing Wages Addenda No.1
Project Description: This project will consist of a variety of treatments to restore agricultural fields to warm season grasslands at the Frances Crane Wildlife Management Area located in Falmouth, MA. Treatments will include mowing, harrowing, grading, removal of woody shrubs and trees including root balls, and planting of warm season grasses.
Title: Phragmites Mowing at Agawam Lake Wildlife Management Area file size 4MB, Stockbridge MA
Project Description: Mowing and mulching of standing dead Phragmites stalks and areas of thick Phragmites thatch on up to 34 acres at the Agawam Lake Wildlife Management Area, Stockbridge.