The RCD seeks qualified RPF services to provide professional and technical expertise related to the planning and permitting of these two projects, through finalizing the treatment prescription for both the Last Chance Road and Camp Skylark Forest Health projects. The anticipated tasks from the RPF are:
1. Provide technical expertise and guidance to ensure the most appropriate prescription is being utilized
2. Complete necessary archeological surveys
3. Review permit documents (Cal VTP PSA and Coastal Vegetation Treatment Standards)
4. Support contractor bidding and selection
Please note that the RCD will be contracting a separate professional consultant to lead development of the permit application documents (Cal VTP PSA and Coastal Vegetation Treatment Standards) for both projects.
Attached you will find the Request for Proposals and Exhibit G, Consultant Services Agreement.
Request for Proposals
Exhibit G, Consultant Services Agreement
Proposals must be received by the RCD by 5:00 p.m. September 9, 2021 and should be emailed to: . Questions can be directed to Matt Abernathy, or 408-355-3137. Matt will be away on vacation until September 3rd, for immediate questions please contact Lisa Lurie at .
The Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County (RCDSCC) is a special district organized under state law. The RCD is a non-regulatory public benefit district to help people protect, conserve, and restore natural resources through information, education, and technical assistance programs.