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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9751-9757



9751.  In order to carry out the purposes of the Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act enacted by the Congress of the United
States, the State Resource Conservation Commission (hereinafter
referred to as "commission") is hereby designated as the agency of
the State of California to administer any state plan authorized by
this chapter which shall be approved by the Secretary of Agriculture
of the United States (hereinafter referred to as the "Secretary of
Agriculture") for the State of California pursuant to the provisions
of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act.



9752.  The commission is hereby authorized, empowered and directed
to formulate and submit to the Secretary of Agriculture, in
conformity with the provisions of the Soil Conservation and Domestic
Allotment Act, a state plan for each calendar year beginning with the
year 1949. It shall be the purpose of each such plan to promote such
utilization of land and such farming practices as the commission
finds will tend, in conjunction with the operation of such other
plans as may be approved for other states by the Secretary of
Agriculture, to preserve and improve soil fertility, promote the
economic use of land, diminish the exploitation and wasteful and
unscientific use of natural soil resources, and reestablish and
maintain the ratio between the purchasing power of the net income per
person on farms and that of the income per person not on farms as
defined in subsection (a) of Section 7 of the Soil Conservation and
Domestic Allotment Act. Each such plan shall provide for adjustments
in the utilization of land and in farming practices, through
agreements with producers or through other voluntary methods, and for
benefit payments in connection therewith, and also for such methods
of administration not in conflict with any law of this state and such
reports as the Secretary of Agriculture finds necessary for the
effective administration of the plan and for ascertaining whether the
plan is being carried out according to its terms.




9753.  Upon the acceptance of each such plan by the Secretary of
Agriculture, the commission is authorized and empowered to accept and
receive all grants of money made pursuant to the Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act for the purpose of enabling the state to
carry out the provisions of such plan, and all such funds, together
with any moneys which may be appropriated by the state for such
purpose, shall be available to the commission for expenditures
necessary in carrying out the plan, including administrative
expenses, expenditures in connection with educational programs in aid
of the plan, and benefit payments.


9754.  In carrying out the provisions of each such plan, the
commission shall have power: to employ such agents or agencies, and
to establish such agencies, as it may find to be necessary; to
cooperate with local and state agencies and with agencies of other
states and of the federal government; to conduct research and
educational activities in connection with the formulation and
operation of such plan; to enter into agreements with producers, and
to provide by other voluntary methods, for adjustments in the
utilization of land and in farming practices, and for payments in
connection therewith in amounts which the commission determines to be
fair and reasonable.



9755.  For the purpose of carrying out each such plan according to
its terms, the commission is hereby authorized to delegate any of the
powers herein conferred to such agents or agencies as may be
designated by the commission and approved by the Secretary of
Agriculture.



9757.  Nothing herein shall be construed or operate to impose any
obligation or liability upon the commission or other than as herein
specified.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 9751-9757

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9751-9757



9751.  In order to carry out the purposes of the Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act enacted by the Congress of the United
States, the State Resource Conservation Commission (hereinafter
referred to as "commission") is hereby designated as the agency of
the State of California to administer any state plan authorized by
this chapter which shall be approved by the Secretary of Agriculture
of the United States (hereinafter referred to as the "Secretary of
Agriculture") for the State of California pursuant to the provisions
of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act.



9752.  The commission is hereby authorized, empowered and directed
to formulate and submit to the Secretary of Agriculture, in
conformity with the provisions of the Soil Conservation and Domestic
Allotment Act, a state plan for each calendar year beginning with the
year 1949. It shall be the purpose of each such plan to promote such
utilization of land and such farming practices as the commission
finds will tend, in conjunction with the operation of such other
plans as may be approved for other states by the Secretary of
Agriculture, to preserve and improve soil fertility, promote the
economic use of land, diminish the exploitation and wasteful and
unscientific use of natural soil resources, and reestablish and
maintain the ratio between the purchasing power of the net income per
person on farms and that of the income per person not on farms as
defined in subsection (a) of Section 7 of the Soil Conservation and
Domestic Allotment Act. Each such plan shall provide for adjustments
in the utilization of land and in farming practices, through
agreements with producers or through other voluntary methods, and for
benefit payments in connection therewith, and also for such methods
of administration not in conflict with any law of this state and such
reports as the Secretary of Agriculture finds necessary for the
effective administration of the plan and for ascertaining whether the
plan is being carried out according to its terms.




9753.  Upon the acceptance of each such plan by the Secretary of
Agriculture, the commission is authorized and empowered to accept and
receive all grants of money made pursuant to the Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act for the purpose of enabling the state to
carry out the provisions of such plan, and all such funds, together
with any moneys which may be appropriated by the state for such
purpose, shall be available to the commission for expenditures
necessary in carrying out the plan, including administrative
expenses, expenditures in connection with educational programs in aid
of the plan, and benefit payments.


9754.  In carrying out the provisions of each such plan, the
commission shall have power: to employ such agents or agencies, and
to establish such agencies, as it may find to be necessary; to
cooperate with local and state agencies and with agencies of other
states and of the federal government; to conduct research and
educational activities in connection with the formulation and
operation of such plan; to enter into agreements with producers, and
to provide by other voluntary methods, for adjustments in the
utilization of land and in farming practices, and for payments in
connection therewith in amounts which the commission determines to be
fair and reasonable.



9755.  For the purpose of carrying out each such plan according to
its terms, the commission is hereby authorized to delegate any of the
powers herein conferred to such agents or agencies as may be
designated by the commission and approved by the Secretary of
Agriculture.



9757.  Nothing herein shall be construed or operate to impose any
obligation or liability upon the commission or other than as herein
specified.


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Statutes > California > Prc > 9751-9757

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 9751-9757



9751.  In order to carry out the purposes of the Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act enacted by the Congress of the United
States, the State Resource Conservation Commission (hereinafter
referred to as "commission") is hereby designated as the agency of
the State of California to administer any state plan authorized by
this chapter which shall be approved by the Secretary of Agriculture
of the United States (hereinafter referred to as the "Secretary of
Agriculture") for the State of California pursuant to the provisions
of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act.



9752.  The commission is hereby authorized, empowered and directed
to formulate and submit to the Secretary of Agriculture, in
conformity with the provisions of the Soil Conservation and Domestic
Allotment Act, a state plan for each calendar year beginning with the
year 1949. It shall be the purpose of each such plan to promote such
utilization of land and such farming practices as the commission
finds will tend, in conjunction with the operation of such other
plans as may be approved for other states by the Secretary of
Agriculture, to preserve and improve soil fertility, promote the
economic use of land, diminish the exploitation and wasteful and
unscientific use of natural soil resources, and reestablish and
maintain the ratio between the purchasing power of the net income per
person on farms and that of the income per person not on farms as
defined in subsection (a) of Section 7 of the Soil Conservation and
Domestic Allotment Act. Each such plan shall provide for adjustments
in the utilization of land and in farming practices, through
agreements with producers or through other voluntary methods, and for
benefit payments in connection therewith, and also for such methods
of administration not in conflict with any law of this state and such
reports as the Secretary of Agriculture finds necessary for the
effective administration of the plan and for ascertaining whether the
plan is being carried out according to its terms.




9753.  Upon the acceptance of each such plan by the Secretary of
Agriculture, the commission is authorized and empowered to accept and
receive all grants of money made pursuant to the Soil Conservation
and Domestic Allotment Act for the purpose of enabling the state to
carry out the provisions of such plan, and all such funds, together
with any moneys which may be appropriated by the state for such
purpose, shall be available to the commission for expenditures
necessary in carrying out the plan, including administrative
expenses, expenditures in connection with educational programs in aid
of the plan, and benefit payments.


9754.  In carrying out the provisions of each such plan, the
commission shall have power: to employ such agents or agencies, and
to establish such agencies, as it may find to be necessary; to
cooperate with local and state agencies and with agencies of other
states and of the federal government; to conduct research and
educational activities in connection with the formulation and
operation of such plan; to enter into agreements with producers, and
to provide by other voluntary methods, for adjustments in the
utilization of land and in farming practices, and for payments in
connection therewith in amounts which the commission determines to be
fair and reasonable.



9755.  For the purpose of carrying out each such plan according to
its terms, the commission is hereby authorized to delegate any of the
powers herein conferred to such agents or agencies as may be
designated by the commission and approved by the Secretary of
Agriculture.



9757.  Nothing herein shall be construed or operate to impose any
obligation or liability upon the commission or other than as herein
specified.

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