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BLM-(Arizona), Yume Field Office (YFO) RESTORATION CREWS

Post Date

February 24th 2016

Application Due Date

April 25th 2016

See announcement cover sheet for the deadline (25 April 2016) for submission of applications.

Funding Opportunity Number


CFDA Number(s)


Funding Instrument Type(s)

Cooperative Agreement

Funding Activity Categories

Natural Resources

Number of Awards


Eligibility Categories


Eligible Applicants The following types of entities are eligible to apply for award under this announcement. Failure to meet eligibility requirements will result in precluding the BLM from making an award. Eligible applicant types are: Unrestricted, anyone may apply 2. Cost Sharing or Matching This program has no cost sharing or matching requirements. 3. Other Eligibility Restrictions None


  • Estimated Total Funding:


  • Award Range:

    $15000 - $100000

Grant Description

Description of Program and/or Project a. Background: The Yuma Field Office includes many acres along the lower Colorado and Gila Rivers. Extensive damming and conversion to upland has re-characterized the lands along the river that once were natural system, but are now dominated by invasive species. An increase in wildland fires in these areas also greatly affect the reduction in native vegetation and increase in invasive species. Rehabilitation efforts to improve sites offer migratory birds and other wildlife species native habitat for foraging and potential nesting. Crews would work within the Yuma Field Office to assist in restoration activities for threatened and endangered species, prime wildlife habitat, and wildlife fire damage rehabilitation. Main tasks include; chainsaw and hand-tool vegetation clearing, tree planting, seeding, concrete maintenance, irrigation pump maintenance, herbicide application, and light equipment operation (chipper, auger, chainsaw, etc.). b. Objectives: The principle purpose of this agreement is to improve wildlife habitat by offering properly functioning native riparian habitats along the lower Gila River. Wildlife habitat, improvement projects increases partnerships, public involvement, and prime native riparian habitat within degraded and minimally functioning systems. The objective of this agreement is for the public to gain an appreciation for wildlife and their habitats within Arizona so that wildlife are available for future generations to enjoy. The efforts by Federal, state, and private partners along the Colorado and Gila Rivers will ensure the improvement of riparian systems within current degraded and minimally functioning systems.

Contact Information

  • Agency

    Department of the Interior

  • Office:

    Bureau of Land Management

  • Agency Contact:

    Grants Management Officer Eddie W Bell Jr (602) 417-9268

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