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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75063



75063.  The sum of five hundred million dollars ($500,000,000) shall
be available to provide public access to the resources of the State
of California, including its rivers, lakes and streams, its beaches,
bays and coastal waters, to protect those resources for future
generations, and to increase public understanding and knowledge of
those resources, in accordance with the following schedule:
   (a) The sum of four hundred million dollars ($400,000,000) shall
be available to the Department of Parks and Recreation for
development, acquisition, interpretation, restoration and
rehabilitation of the state park system and its natural, historical,
and visitor serving resources. The Department of Parks and Recreation
shall include the following goals in setting spending priorities for
the funds appropriated pursuant to this section:
   (1) The restoration, rehabilitation and improvement of existing
state park system lands and facilities.
   (2) The expansion of the state park system to reflect the growing
population and shifting population centers and needs of the state.
   (3) The protection of representative natural resources based on
the criteria and priorities identified in Section 75071.
   (b) The sum of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) shall be
available to the Department of Parks and Recreation for grants for
nature education and research facilities and equipment to non-profit
organizations and public institutions, including natural history
museums, aquariums, research facilities and botanical gardens.
Eligible institutions include those that combine the study of natural
science with preservation, demonstration and education programs that
serve diverse populations, institutions that provide collections and
programs related to the relationship of Native American cultures to
the environment, and institutions for marine wildlife conservation
research. Grants may be used for buildings, structures and exhibit
galleries that present the collections to inspire and educate the
public and for marine wildlife conservation research equipment and
facilities.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 75063

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75063



75063.  The sum of five hundred million dollars ($500,000,000) shall
be available to provide public access to the resources of the State
of California, including its rivers, lakes and streams, its beaches,
bays and coastal waters, to protect those resources for future
generations, and to increase public understanding and knowledge of
those resources, in accordance with the following schedule:
   (a) The sum of four hundred million dollars ($400,000,000) shall
be available to the Department of Parks and Recreation for
development, acquisition, interpretation, restoration and
rehabilitation of the state park system and its natural, historical,
and visitor serving resources. The Department of Parks and Recreation
shall include the following goals in setting spending priorities for
the funds appropriated pursuant to this section:
   (1) The restoration, rehabilitation and improvement of existing
state park system lands and facilities.
   (2) The expansion of the state park system to reflect the growing
population and shifting population centers and needs of the state.
   (3) The protection of representative natural resources based on
the criteria and priorities identified in Section 75071.
   (b) The sum of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) shall be
available to the Department of Parks and Recreation for grants for
nature education and research facilities and equipment to non-profit
organizations and public institutions, including natural history
museums, aquariums, research facilities and botanical gardens.
Eligible institutions include those that combine the study of natural
science with preservation, demonstration and education programs that
serve diverse populations, institutions that provide collections and
programs related to the relationship of Native American cultures to
the environment, and institutions for marine wildlife conservation
research. Grants may be used for buildings, structures and exhibit
galleries that present the collections to inspire and educate the
public and for marine wildlife conservation research equipment and
facilities.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 75063

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75063



75063.  The sum of five hundred million dollars ($500,000,000) shall
be available to provide public access to the resources of the State
of California, including its rivers, lakes and streams, its beaches,
bays and coastal waters, to protect those resources for future
generations, and to increase public understanding and knowledge of
those resources, in accordance with the following schedule:
   (a) The sum of four hundred million dollars ($400,000,000) shall
be available to the Department of Parks and Recreation for
development, acquisition, interpretation, restoration and
rehabilitation of the state park system and its natural, historical,
and visitor serving resources. The Department of Parks and Recreation
shall include the following goals in setting spending priorities for
the funds appropriated pursuant to this section:
   (1) The restoration, rehabilitation and improvement of existing
state park system lands and facilities.
   (2) The expansion of the state park system to reflect the growing
population and shifting population centers and needs of the state.
   (3) The protection of representative natural resources based on
the criteria and priorities identified in Section 75071.
   (b) The sum of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) shall be
available to the Department of Parks and Recreation for grants for
nature education and research facilities and equipment to non-profit
organizations and public institutions, including natural history
museums, aquariums, research facilities and botanical gardens.
Eligible institutions include those that combine the study of natural
science with preservation, demonstration and education programs that
serve diverse populations, institutions that provide collections and
programs related to the relationship of Native American cultures to
the environment, and institutions for marine wildlife conservation
research. Grants may be used for buildings, structures and exhibit
galleries that present the collections to inspire and educate the
public and for marine wildlife conservation research equipment and
facilities.


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