Date Posted: May 24, 2021
CBF seeks an experienced firm to conduct groundtruthing and oyster population surveys of oyster density and habitat quality to help bring a restoration blueprint for the South River and Herring Bay oyster sanctuaries from planning to implementation. CBF has completed initial desktop analyses consistent with approaches used to develop restoration blueprints for Maryland’s targeted tributaries. These analyses have identified approximately 90 acres of currently restorable oyster habitat in the South River. CBF is now seeking the support of a skilled contractor to conduct groundtruthing field work and to develop restoration treatment recommendations that CBF staff will execute starting Spring 2022
Date Due: June 14, 2021, 5:00pm, EST
Contact: Allison Colden, firstname.lastname@example.org
E-mail Subject Line: "CBF-RFP-Patent Tong Survey for Restoration Groundtruthing and Planning"