Horseshoe Lake State Park - Farm Lease #2106 (1/24/13)
The Department of Natural Resources is
requesting Offers (bids/proposals) from responsible Vendors
to meet the State's needs. Below is a brief description of
our needs with detailed requirements in subsequent sections
of this solicitation. If you are interested and able to meet
these requirements, please submit an Offer.
IPB Reference Number:
DNR Reference Number:
Date First Offered:
Small Business Set Aside:
The Department of Natural Resources requires agricultural farming services for land located at Horseshoe Lake State Park in Madison County, Section 27, 28, 29, 33, & 34, Township 3 North, Range 9 West, 3rd Principle Meridian.
The acreage for farm lease is: approximately 242 acres in 2013, 274.8 acres in 2014, 297.6 acres in 2015, and 274.8 acres in 2016.
Many Department of Natural Resources owned or managed lands contain tillable acreage. These lands have the potential to generate revenue if used to grow agricultural products. It is the Department’s policy to minimize the use of such lands for agricultural production in favor of establishing annual or permanent wildlife habitats. However, the Department also recognizes that certain agricultural practices and farm income can provide needed resources for wildlife habitat, improving habitat diversity, developing cover and edge effect, and maintaining annual vegetative stages.
A mandatory vendor conference shall be held January 10, 2013, 10:00 a.m. at: Horseshoe Lake State Park, 3321 Highway 111, Granite City IL 62040. For directions call the site office at 618-931-0270. See A.5 of the solicitation document.
Invitation for Bid
1/24/2013 2:00 PM
1/10/2013 10:00 AM
Horseshoe Lake State Park
3321 Highway 111
Granite City IL 62040
IDNR, One Natural Resources Way
Public Act 95-971
contains registration requirements regarding bids and
proposals submitted by vendors. You must read and comply
with the requirements. See
www.purchase.state.il.us for additional information.
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