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SQF National Environmental Policy Act Services

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SQF National Environmental Policy Act Services

(Sequoia National Forest – Western Divide Ranger District “Starvation Reforestation Project and Windy Fire Restoration Project” and Kern River Ranger District “McNally Reforestation Project and French Fire Restoration Project”)

The Great Basin Institute (GBI), on behalf of the U.S. Forest Service (“Forest Service” or “FS”), Sequoia National Forest (SQF), Western Divide Ranger District (RD) and Kern River RD, intends to contract a qualified Environmental Planning consultant (“the consultant”) to provide comprehensive National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) environmental planning services for its stewardship initiatives. 

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