2018 Tri-County Projects for Licensed Applicators
2018 Spring Contracts: Click on blue links to view contracts, photo points, and maps
Projects in Baker County:
Burnt River Canyon Road: BLM, all weeds Bridgeport: BLM, scotch thistle
Lime Hill Fire North: BLM, all weeds Dark Canyon & French Gulch: BLM, all weeds
Lime Hill Fire South: BLM, all weeds Iron Mountain East: BLM, all weeds
Cave Creek: BLM, all weeds Iron Mountain West: BLM, all weeds
Durbin Creek Road: BLM, all weeds Dry Gulch: BLM, whitetop
Sheep Creek: BLM, yellow starthistle Goose Creek: BLM, yellow starthistle
Sparta Road: BLM, whitetop Woods Gulch: BLM, all weeds
Lookout & Morgan Mountain Road: BLM, all weeds Rye Valley: BLM, all weeds
Deer Creek & Hooker Gulch: BLM, all weeds
Tri-County CWMA hires licensed herbicide applicators to treat noxious weeds on private and public lands throughout Baker, Union, and Wallowa counties. If you are interested in working with Tri-County, uptaining your Public Applicator's License, or receiving additional information please contact Tri-County or your local county weed supervisor. Additional information can be found on Oregon Department of Agriculture's website.
For those interested in the following contracts, please click on the link provided. These projects are hourly bids with a not-to-exceed amount. Tri-County will select contractors based on bid amount, experience, and equipment used- chemical will be provided for these projects. Please see our Professional Service Agreement for information regarding requirements to contract with Tri-County.
To bid on a project, please fill out the Hourly Bid Template for the specific project below. Bids can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to our address at 10507 N. McAlister Road Room 5 La Grande, OR 97850.
Projects in Wallowa County:
No Wallowa County contracts available as of Spring 2018
Land types include, but are not limited to: private, BLM, Wallowa-Whitman and Umatilla National Forest, county, tribal, and Idaho Power. Projects are funded through Oregon State Weed Board and Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board grants, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, US Fish and Wildlife Services, US Forest Service, Confederate Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, county contributions, and others.