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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.650-5096.651



5096.650.  The one billion two hundred seventy-five million dollars
($1,275,000,000) allocated pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section
5096.610 shall be available for the acquisition and development of
land, air, and water resources in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, the sum
of three hundred million dollars ($300,000,000) is continuously
appropriated to the Wildlife Conservation Board for the acquisition,
development, rehabilitation, restoration, and protection of habitat
that promotes the recovery of threatened and endangered species, that
provides corridors linking separate habitat areas to prevent habitat
fragmentation, and that protects significant natural landscapes and
ecosystems such as old growth redwoods and oak woodlands and other
significant habitat areas; and for grants and related state
administrative costs pursuant to the Wildlife Conservation Law of
1947 (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1300) of Division 2 of the
Fish and Game Code). Funds scheduled in this subdivision may be used
to prepare management plans for properties acquired in fee by the
Wildlife Conservation Board.
   (b) The sum of four hundred forty-five million dollars
($445,000,000) to the conservancies in accordance with the particular
provisions of the statute creating each conservancy for the
acquisition, development, rehabilitation, restoration, and protection
of land and water resources; for grants and state administrative
costs; and in accordance with the following schedule:

       To the State
  (1)  Coastal             $200,000,000
       Conservancy........
  (2)  To the California                $  40,000,000
       Tahoe Conservancy..
       To the Santa
  (3)  Monica Mountains                 $  40,000,000
       Conservancy........
       To the Coachella
  (4)  Valley Mountains                 $  20,000,000
       Conservancy........
  (5)  To the San Joaquin               $  25,000,000
       River Conservancy..
       To the San Gabriel
       and Lower Los
  (6)  Angeles Rivers                   $  40,000,000
       and Mountains
       Conservancy........
  (7)  To the Baldwin                   $  40,000,000
       Hills Conservancy..
       To the San
       Francisco Bay Area
  (8)  Conservancy                       $ 40,000,000
       Program............

   (c) The sum of three hundred seventy-five million dollars
($375,000,000) shall be available for grants to public agencies and
nonprofit organizations for acquisition, development, restoration,
and associated planning, permitting, and administrative costs for the
protection and restoration of water resources in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1) The sum of seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) to the
secretary for the acquisition and development of river parkways and
for protecting urban streams. The secretary shall make funds
available in accordance with Sections 7048 and 78682.2 of the Water
Code, and pursuant to any other applicable statutory authorization.
Not less than five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be available
for grants for the urban streams program, pursuant to Section 7048 of
the Water Code.
   (2) The sum of three hundred million dollars ($300,000,000) shall
be available for the purposes of clean beaches, watershed protection,
and water quality projects to protect beaches, coastal waters,
rivers, lakes, and streams from contaminants, pollution, and other
environmental threats.
   (d) The sum of fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) to the State
Air Resources Board for grants to air districts pursuant to Chapter 9
(commencing with Section 44275) of Part 5 of Division 26 of the
Health and Safety Code for projects that reduce air pollution that
affects air quality in state and local park and recreation areas.
Eligible projects shall meet the requirements of Section 16727 of the
Government Code and shall be consistent with Section 43023.5 of the
Health and Safety Code, if Assembly Bill 1390 of the 2001-02 Regular
Session of the Legislature is enacted on or before January 1, 2003.
Each district shall be eligible for grants of not less than two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). Not more than 5 percent of the
funds allocated to a district may be used to cover the costs
associated with implementing the grant program.
   (e) The sum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) to the
California Conservation Corps for the acquisition, development,
restoration, and rehabilitation of land and water resources, and for
grants and state administrative costs in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1)  The sum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be
available for resource conservation activities.
   (2)  The sum of fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) shall be
available for grants to local conservation corps for acquisition and
development of facilities to support local conservation corps
programs.
   (f) The sum of seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) shall be
available for grants for the preservation of agricultural lands and
grazing lands, including oak woodlands and grasslands.
   (g) The sum of ten million dollars ($10,000,000) to the Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection for grants for urban forestry
programs pursuant to the California Urban Forestry Act of 1978
(Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 4799.06) of Part 2.5 of Division
1).


5096.651.  In making grants pursuant to subdivisions (a) and (b) of
Section 5096.650, priority shall be given to projects that include a
commitment for a matching contribution. Contributions may be in the
form of money, property, or services.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.650-5096.651

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.650-5096.651



5096.650.  The one billion two hundred seventy-five million dollars
($1,275,000,000) allocated pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section
5096.610 shall be available for the acquisition and development of
land, air, and water resources in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, the sum
of three hundred million dollars ($300,000,000) is continuously
appropriated to the Wildlife Conservation Board for the acquisition,
development, rehabilitation, restoration, and protection of habitat
that promotes the recovery of threatened and endangered species, that
provides corridors linking separate habitat areas to prevent habitat
fragmentation, and that protects significant natural landscapes and
ecosystems such as old growth redwoods and oak woodlands and other
significant habitat areas; and for grants and related state
administrative costs pursuant to the Wildlife Conservation Law of
1947 (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1300) of Division 2 of the
Fish and Game Code). Funds scheduled in this subdivision may be used
to prepare management plans for properties acquired in fee by the
Wildlife Conservation Board.
   (b) The sum of four hundred forty-five million dollars
($445,000,000) to the conservancies in accordance with the particular
provisions of the statute creating each conservancy for the
acquisition, development, rehabilitation, restoration, and protection
of land and water resources; for grants and state administrative
costs; and in accordance with the following schedule:

       To the State
  (1)  Coastal             $200,000,000
       Conservancy........
  (2)  To the California                $  40,000,000
       Tahoe Conservancy..
       To the Santa
  (3)  Monica Mountains                 $  40,000,000
       Conservancy........
       To the Coachella
  (4)  Valley Mountains                 $  20,000,000
       Conservancy........
  (5)  To the San Joaquin               $  25,000,000
       River Conservancy..
       To the San Gabriel
       and Lower Los
  (6)  Angeles Rivers                   $  40,000,000
       and Mountains
       Conservancy........
  (7)  To the Baldwin                   $  40,000,000
       Hills Conservancy..
       To the San
       Francisco Bay Area
  (8)  Conservancy                       $ 40,000,000
       Program............

   (c) The sum of three hundred seventy-five million dollars
($375,000,000) shall be available for grants to public agencies and
nonprofit organizations for acquisition, development, restoration,
and associated planning, permitting, and administrative costs for the
protection and restoration of water resources in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1) The sum of seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) to the
secretary for the acquisition and development of river parkways and
for protecting urban streams. The secretary shall make funds
available in accordance with Sections 7048 and 78682.2 of the Water
Code, and pursuant to any other applicable statutory authorization.
Not less than five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be available
for grants for the urban streams program, pursuant to Section 7048 of
the Water Code.
   (2) The sum of three hundred million dollars ($300,000,000) shall
be available for the purposes of clean beaches, watershed protection,
and water quality projects to protect beaches, coastal waters,
rivers, lakes, and streams from contaminants, pollution, and other
environmental threats.
   (d) The sum of fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) to the State
Air Resources Board for grants to air districts pursuant to Chapter 9
(commencing with Section 44275) of Part 5 of Division 26 of the
Health and Safety Code for projects that reduce air pollution that
affects air quality in state and local park and recreation areas.
Eligible projects shall meet the requirements of Section 16727 of the
Government Code and shall be consistent with Section 43023.5 of the
Health and Safety Code, if Assembly Bill 1390 of the 2001-02 Regular
Session of the Legislature is enacted on or before January 1, 2003.
Each district shall be eligible for grants of not less than two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). Not more than 5 percent of the
funds allocated to a district may be used to cover the costs
associated with implementing the grant program.
   (e) The sum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) to the
California Conservation Corps for the acquisition, development,
restoration, and rehabilitation of land and water resources, and for
grants and state administrative costs in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1)  The sum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be
available for resource conservation activities.
   (2)  The sum of fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) shall be
available for grants to local conservation corps for acquisition and
development of facilities to support local conservation corps
programs.
   (f) The sum of seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) shall be
available for grants for the preservation of agricultural lands and
grazing lands, including oak woodlands and grasslands.
   (g) The sum of ten million dollars ($10,000,000) to the Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection for grants for urban forestry
programs pursuant to the California Urban Forestry Act of 1978
(Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 4799.06) of Part 2.5 of Division
1).


5096.651.  In making grants pursuant to subdivisions (a) and (b) of
Section 5096.650, priority shall be given to projects that include a
commitment for a matching contribution. Contributions may be in the
form of money, property, or services.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.650-5096.651

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.650-5096.651



5096.650.  The one billion two hundred seventy-five million dollars
($1,275,000,000) allocated pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section
5096.610 shall be available for the acquisition and development of
land, air, and water resources in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) Notwithstanding Section 13340 of the Government Code, the sum
of three hundred million dollars ($300,000,000) is continuously
appropriated to the Wildlife Conservation Board for the acquisition,
development, rehabilitation, restoration, and protection of habitat
that promotes the recovery of threatened and endangered species, that
provides corridors linking separate habitat areas to prevent habitat
fragmentation, and that protects significant natural landscapes and
ecosystems such as old growth redwoods and oak woodlands and other
significant habitat areas; and for grants and related state
administrative costs pursuant to the Wildlife Conservation Law of
1947 (Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1300) of Division 2 of the
Fish and Game Code). Funds scheduled in this subdivision may be used
to prepare management plans for properties acquired in fee by the
Wildlife Conservation Board.
   (b) The sum of four hundred forty-five million dollars
($445,000,000) to the conservancies in accordance with the particular
provisions of the statute creating each conservancy for the
acquisition, development, rehabilitation, restoration, and protection
of land and water resources; for grants and state administrative
costs; and in accordance with the following schedule:

       To the State
  (1)  Coastal             $200,000,000
       Conservancy........
  (2)  To the California                $  40,000,000
       Tahoe Conservancy..
       To the Santa
  (3)  Monica Mountains                 $  40,000,000
       Conservancy........
       To the Coachella
  (4)  Valley Mountains                 $  20,000,000
       Conservancy........
  (5)  To the San Joaquin               $  25,000,000
       River Conservancy..
       To the San Gabriel
       and Lower Los
  (6)  Angeles Rivers                   $  40,000,000
       and Mountains
       Conservancy........
  (7)  To the Baldwin                   $  40,000,000
       Hills Conservancy..
       To the San
       Francisco Bay Area
  (8)  Conservancy                       $ 40,000,000
       Program............

   (c) The sum of three hundred seventy-five million dollars
($375,000,000) shall be available for grants to public agencies and
nonprofit organizations for acquisition, development, restoration,
and associated planning, permitting, and administrative costs for the
protection and restoration of water resources in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1) The sum of seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) to the
secretary for the acquisition and development of river parkways and
for protecting urban streams. The secretary shall make funds
available in accordance with Sections 7048 and 78682.2 of the Water
Code, and pursuant to any other applicable statutory authorization.
Not less than five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be available
for grants for the urban streams program, pursuant to Section 7048 of
the Water Code.
   (2) The sum of three hundred million dollars ($300,000,000) shall
be available for the purposes of clean beaches, watershed protection,
and water quality projects to protect beaches, coastal waters,
rivers, lakes, and streams from contaminants, pollution, and other
environmental threats.
   (d) The sum of fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) to the State
Air Resources Board for grants to air districts pursuant to Chapter 9
(commencing with Section 44275) of Part 5 of Division 26 of the
Health and Safety Code for projects that reduce air pollution that
affects air quality in state and local park and recreation areas.
Eligible projects shall meet the requirements of Section 16727 of the
Government Code and shall be consistent with Section 43023.5 of the
Health and Safety Code, if Assembly Bill 1390 of the 2001-02 Regular
Session of the Legislature is enacted on or before January 1, 2003.
Each district shall be eligible for grants of not less than two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). Not more than 5 percent of the
funds allocated to a district may be used to cover the costs
associated with implementing the grant program.
   (e) The sum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) to the
California Conservation Corps for the acquisition, development,
restoration, and rehabilitation of land and water resources, and for
grants and state administrative costs in accordance with the
following schedule:
   (1)  The sum of five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be
available for resource conservation activities.
   (2)  The sum of fifteen million dollars ($15,000,000) shall be
available for grants to local conservation corps for acquisition and
development of facilities to support local conservation corps
programs.
   (f) The sum of seventy-five million dollars ($75,000,000) shall be
available for grants for the preservation of agricultural lands and
grazing lands, including oak woodlands and grasslands.
   (g) The sum of ten million dollars ($10,000,000) to the Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection for grants for urban forestry
programs pursuant to the California Urban Forestry Act of 1978
(Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 4799.06) of Part 2.5 of Division
1).


5096.651.  In making grants pursuant to subdivisions (a) and (b) of
Section 5096.650, priority shall be given to projects that include a
commitment for a matching contribution. Contributions may be in the
form of money, property, or services.


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