Land Management Support, Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia

Funding Agency:
Department of Defense

Fort A.P. Hill’s Natural Resources Program is responsible for the management of 76,000 acres. Support activities include land management activities (e.g., grounds and vegetation management, watershed management, invasive species management and solid waste management.).  Therefore, Fort A.P. Hill requires technical environmental support to successfully implement the elements of the FAPH INRMP, Annual Work Plan, and the Range Complex Master Plan Tool. 

The natural environment will be improved, maintained, and restored by providing erosion control, reducing sedimentation, improving fish/aquatic species passage, hydraulic conveyance, wetland creation, and restoring the overall habitat quality to support ecologically diverse and resilient training lands.  

This effort focuses on providing technical natural resource support to assist Fort A.P. Hill with sustaining military training lands, as identified in the Statement of Objectives. The natural environment will be improved, maintained, and restored through the application of best management practices to support sustainment of water quality and applying recommended best management practices to support sustainment and restoration of designated sensitive habitat areas. 

Deadline for Statement of Interest: July 26, 2022

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Eligibility Requirements

This funding opportunity is ONLY available for Cooperative Ecosystem Study Units under the Chesapeake Watershed/ Piedmont South-Atlantic Coast/Great Plains CESU Regions. 

Funding Type





Environmental & Life Sciences

External Deadline

July 26, 2022