Salmon River Estuary

Request for Proposals

Cascade Head Scenic Research Area Interpretive Site

Deadline: June 5, 2016

Through a contract with the U.S. Forest Service Siuslaw National Forest, Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council is currently accepting proposals from artists or firms interested in designing and fabricating a public art piece and/or additionally the design and fabrication of creative sign panels (with interpretive content provided by SDCWC).

These items, geared towards middle school to adult learners will be located at a roadside stop in the Cascade Head Scenic Research Area (CHSRA), North of Lincoln City. The site will provide information to people about the CHSRA and its natural resources. This area is the only National Scenic Research Area in the United States and is considered a nationally and internationally significant natural area. The proposed centerpiece exhibit will be the focal point of this visitor information site and will showcase the Salmon River Estuary, including its history, restoration, natural, cultural, and recreational resource values.

For complete details on this project and how to apply, click here to download the PDF document.