Invasive Weed Environmental Assessment and Integrated Management Plan Comment Period

Your comments will be helpful in developing or refining the proposed action and alternatives. Comments that would be most useful are those stating site specific concerns and those that can help us develop treatments that would be responsive to our goals to control, contain, or eradicate invasive plants. Written comments should be submitted to CTUIR-Department of Natural Resources, Range Ag and Forestry Program 46411 Timine Way Pendleton, OR 97801.

Invitation for Bid - 30' x 40' x 12' Metal Shop

The CTUIR Wildlife Program is seeking bids for the construction of a 30' x 40' x 12' insulated metal shop which will be located in the Wanaket Wildlife Area, Umatilla Oregon. 

Bids will be received until 4:00 pm prevailing local time on September 29, 2017.  Sealed bids shall be marked on the outside of the envelope "Bid for Construction of Shop at Wanaket Wildlife Area". 

Please see attached file for complete bid packet and bidding information.

Rainwater Wildlife Area Map

Rainwater Wildlife Area Owned and Managed by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

Request for Proposals - North Fork Touchet Fish Habitat Enhancement Instream Design and Construction Oversight Project

Project Purpose and Location: The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR), Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Program is currently requesting proposals for the North Touchet River Reach 3 Fish Habitat Enhancement Project design package for restoration efforts on the North Touchet River. The project site is located approximately 3 miles southeast of Dayton, WA, on the North Fork Touchet River at RM 3.3 in Columbia County.

Water Code

Water management, allocation, and development shall benefit the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, its members and residents, and promote the purposes for which the Umatilla Indian Reservation was created: to provide a permanent homeland for the members of the Confederated Tribes, protect the exclusive fishing rights as set forth in the Treaty of 1855, and preserve the cultural and religious integrity of its members.