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Information for Scarification Contractors

Sustainable Development delivers its scarification program via tendered contracts, which may be area or hourly-based rates, administered by Regional Operations offices throughout Manitoba.

ripper toothThese contracts are advertised as required, through the Winnipeg Free Press and occasionally in rural Manitoba newspapers. The contracts may also be listed in the MERX on-line purchasing system.

Part of the contract process includes mandatory site viewing conferences where potential bidders visit all sites to be treated and can discuss site issues and logistics with Regional Operations staff. Information and schedules are included in the advertisements.

The advertisements include the specifications of type of equipment to be provided by the contractor. Manitoba supplies the silviculture equipment that is to be used for the contract and supervises the attachment of the equipment to the contracted prime mover. A Satellite-based Global Positioning System called "Silvitracs" is also attached to the equipment to give a highly accurate record and map of the project. All transportation, fuel and supplies are the contractors responsibility.

For further information contact the Sustainable Development Regional Office closest to you:

Tim Swanson
Box 4000,
Lac du Bonnet, MB
R0E 1A0
(204) 345-1481

Andrew Grauman
Box 640,
201- 4th Ave. S
Swan River, MB
R0L 1Z0
(204) 734-3429

Sarah Warner
Box 2550,
117- 3rd St. W.
The Pas, MB
R9A 1M4
(204) 627-8341

Bruce Holmes
Prov. Building
Box 28
59 Elizabeth Drive
Thompson, MB
R8N 1X4
(204) 677-6642

Doug Tirschmann
Box 6000,
75 - 7th Avenue
Gimli, MB
R0C 1B0
(204) 642-6102

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