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1st Engrossment - 90th Legislature (2017 - 2018) Posted on 06/01/2018 03:23pm

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A bill for an act
relating to legacy; appropriating money from legacy funds; modifying certain
requirements related to the legacy fund;amending Minnesota Statutes 2016, section
97A.056, subdivisions 3, 13.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA:

Section 1. OUTDOOR HERITAGE APPROPRIATION.

The sums shown in the columns marked "Appropriations" are appropriated to the agencies
and for the purposes specified in this act. The appropriations are from the outdoor heritage
fund for the fiscal year indicated for each purpose. The figures "2018" and "2019" used in
this act mean that the appropriations listed under the figure are available for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 2018, or June 30, 2019, respectively. "The first year" is fiscal year 2018.
"The second year" is fiscal year 2019. "The biennium" is fiscal years 2018 and 2019. These
are onetime appropriations.

APPROPRIATIONS
Available for the Year
Ending June 30
2018
2019

Sec. 2. OUTDOOR HERITAGE FUND

Subdivision 1.

Total Appropriation

$
-0-
$
113,923,000

This appropriation is from the outdoor heritage
fund. The amounts that may be spent for each
purpose are specified in the following
subdivisions.

Subd. 2.

Prairies

-0-
35,288,000
(a) DNR Wildlife Management Area and
Scientific and Natural Area Acquisition - Phase
X

$2,786,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to acquire
in fee and restore lands for wildlife
management under Minnesota Statutes, section
86A.05, subdivision 8, and to acquire lands in
fee for scientific and natural areas under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 5. Subject to evaluation criteria
in Minnesota Rules, part 6136.0900, priority
must be given to acquiring lands that are
eligible for the native prairie bank under
Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96, or lands
adjacent to protected native prairie. A list of
proposed land acquisitions must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan.

(b) Accelerating Wildlife Management Area
Acquisition - Phase X

$5,740,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Pheasants Forever to acquire
in fee and restore lands for wildlife
management under Minnesota Statutes, section
86A.05, subdivision 8. Subject to evaluation
criteria in Minnesota Rules, part 6136.0900,
priority must be given to acquiring lands that
are eligible for the native prairie bank under
Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96, or lands
adjacent to protected native prairie. A list of
proposed land acquisitions must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan.

(c) Minnesota Prairie Recovery Project - Phase
VIII

$2,001,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with The Nature Conservancy to
acquire lands in fee and to restore and enhance
native prairies, grasslands, wetlands, and
savannas. Subject to evaluation criteria in
Minnesota Rules, part 6136.0900, priority
must be given to acquiring lands that are
eligible for the native prairie bank under
Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96, or lands
adjacent to protected native prairie. Annual
income statements and balance sheets for
income and expenses from land acquired with
this appropriation must be submitted to the
Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council no
later than 180 days after The Nature
Conservancy's fiscal year closes. A list of
proposed land acquisitions must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan,
and the acquisitions must be consistent with
the priorities identified in Minnesota Prairie
Conservation Plan
.

(d) Northern Tallgrass Prairie National Wildlife
Refuge Land Acquisition - Phase IX

$1,893,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with The Nature Conservancy, in
cooperation with the United States Fish and
Wildlife Service, to acquire lands in fee or
permanent conservation easements and to
restore lands in the Northern Tallgrass Prairie
Habitat Preservation Area in western
Minnesota for addition to the Northern
Tallgrass Prairie National Wildlife Refuge.
Subject to evaluation criteria in Minnesota
Rules, part 6136.0900, priority must be given
to acquiring lands that are eligible for the
native prairie bank under Minnesota Statutes,
section 84.96, or lands adjacent to protected
native prairie. A list of proposed land
acquisitions must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan, and the
acquisitions must be consistent with the
priorities in Minnesota Prairie Conservation
Plan
.

(e) Cannon River Headwaters Habitat Complex
- Phase VIII

$1,345,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with The Trust for Public Land, in
cooperation with Great River Greening, to
acquire lands in fee in the Cannon River
watershed for wildlife management under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 8; to acquire lands in fee for
scientific and natural areas under Minnesota
Statutes, section 86A.05, subdivision 5; to
acquire lands in fee for state forests under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 7; and to restore lands in the
Cannon River watershed. Of this amount,
$945,000 is to The Trust for Public Land and
$400,000 is to Great River Greening. Subject
to evaluation criteria in Minnesota Rules, part
6136.0900, priority must be given to acquiring
lands that are eligible for the native prairie
bank under Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96,
or lands adjacent to protected native prairie.
A list of proposed land acquisitions and
restorations must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(f) Accelerated Native Prairie Bank Protection
- Phase VII

$1,490,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to acquire
permanent conservation easements to protect
and restore native prairie according to
Minnesota Prairie Conservation Plan. Of this
amount, up to $176,000 is for establishing
monitoring and enforcement funds as approved
in the accomplishment plan and subject to
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 17. Subject to evaluation criteria
in Minnesota Rules, part 6136.0900, priority
must be given to acquiring lands that are
eligible for the native prairie bank under
Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96, or lands
adjacent to protected native prairie. A list of
permanent conservation easements must be
provided as part of the final report.

(g) Reinvest In Minnesota (RIM) Buffers for
Wildlife and Water - Phase VIII

$5,000,000 the second year is to the Board of
Water and Soil Resources to acquire
permanent conservation easements and restore
habitat under Minnesota Statutes, section
103F.515, to protect, restore, and enhance
habitat by expanding the riparian buffer
program under the clean water fund for at least
equal wildlife benefits from buffers on private
land. Of this amount, up to $745,000 is for
establishing a monitoring and enforcement
fund as approved in the accomplishment plan
and subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of permanent
conservation easements must be provided as
part of the final report.

(h) Prairie Chicken Habitat Partnership of the
Southern Red River Valley - Phase IV

$1,162,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Pheasants Forever, in
cooperation with the Minnesota Prairie
Chicken Society, to acquire lands in fee and
restore and enhance lands in the southern Red
River valley for wildlife management under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 8, or to be designated and
managed as waterfowl production areas in
Minnesota in cooperation with the United
States Fish and Wildlife Service. Subject to
evaluation criteria in Minnesota Rules, part
6136.0900, priority must be given to acquiring
lands that are eligible for the native prairie
bank under Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96,
or lands adjacent to protected native prairie.
A list of proposed land acquisitions must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(i) Martin County DNR WMA Acquisition -
Phase II

$2,447,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Fox Lake Conservation
League Inc., in cooperation with Ducks
Unlimited and The Conservation Fund, to
acquire lands in fee and restore and enhance
strategic prairie grassland, wetland, and other
wildlife habitat in Martin County for wildlife
management under Minnesota Statutes, section
86A.05, subdivision 8. Of this amount,
$1,978,000 is to Fox Lake Conservation
League Inc., $400,000 is to Ducks Unlimited,
and $69,000 is to The Conservation Fund. A
list of proposed acquisitions must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan.

(j) Protect and Restore Minnesota's Important
Bird Areas - Phase II

$829,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for
agreements to acquire conservation easements
and enhance wildlife habitat in important bird
areas identified in Minnesota Prairie
Conservation Plan
. Of this amount, $209,000
is to Audubon Minnesota and $620,000 is to
Minnesota Land Trust. Up to $120,000 to
Minnesota Land Trust is for establishing
monitoring and enforcement funds as approved
in the accomplishment plan and subject to
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 17. Subject to evaluation criteria
in Minnesota Rules, part 6136.0900, priority
must be given to acquiring lands that are
eligible for the native prairie bank under
Minnesota Statutes, section 84.96, or lands
adjacent to protected native prairie. A list of
permanent conservation easements and
enhancements must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(k) Grassland Conservation Partnership - Phase
III

$1,468,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with The Conservation Fund, in
cooperation with Minnesota Land Trust, to
acquire permanent conservation easements
and to restore and enhance high-priority
grassland, prairie, and wetland habitats. Of
this amount, $69,000 is to The Conservation
Fund and $1,399,000 is to Minnesota Land
Trust. Up to $72,000 to Minnesota Land Trust
is for establishing a monitoring and
enforcement fund as approved in the
accomplishment plan and subject to Minnesota
Statutes, section 97A.056, subdivision 17.
Subject to evaluation criteria in Minnesota
Rules, part 6136.0900, priority must be given
to acquiring lands that are eligible for the
native prairie bank under Minnesota Statutes,
section 84.96, or lands adjacent to protected
native prairie. A list of proposed acquisitions
must be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan, and the acquisitions
must be consistent with the priorities in
Minnesota Prairie Conservation Plan.

(l) Accelerating the USFWS Habitat
Conservation Easement Program

$2,960,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Ducks Unlimited, in
cooperation with Pheasants Forever and the
United States Fish and Wildlife Service, to
acquire permanent conservation "working
land" easements and to restore wetlands and
prairie grasslands. Of this amount, $2,000,000
is to Ducks Unlimited and $960,000 is to
Pheasants Forever. A list of proposed
acquisitions must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(m) DNR Grassland Enhancement - Phase X

$4,007,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to
accelerate restoration and enhancement of
prairies, grasslands, and savannas in wildlife
management areas, in scientific and natural
areas, on lands in the native prairie bank, in
bluff prairies on state forest land in
southeastern Minnesota, and in waterfowl
production areas and refuge lands of the
United States Fish and Wildlife Service. A list
of proposed land restorations and
enhancements must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(n) Enhanced Public-Land Grasslands - Phase
III

$2,160,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Pheasants Forever to enhance
and restore grassland and wetland habitat on
public lands. A list of proposed land
restorations and enhancements must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

Subd. 3.

Forests

-0-
9,131,000
(a) Camp Ripley Partnership - Phase VII

$1,229,000 the second year is to the Board of
Water and Soil Resources, in cooperation with
the Morrison County Soil and Water
Conservation District and The Conservation
Fund, to acquire permanent conservation
easements and restore forest wildlife habitat
within the boundaries of the Minnesota
National Guard Camp Ripley Sentinel
Landscape and Army Compatible Use Buffer.
Of this amount, $39,000 is to the Morrison
County Soil and Water Conservation District,
$207,000 is to The Conservation Fund, and
$983,000 is to the Board of Water and Soil
Resources. Up to $45,500 to the Board of
Water and Soil Resources is to establish a
monitoring and enforcement fund as approved
in the accomplishment plan and subject to
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 17. A list of permanent
conservation easements must be provided as
part of the final report.

(b) Southeast Minnesota Protection and
Restoration - Phase VI

$2,142,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for
agreements to acquire lands in fee for wildlife
management under Minnesota Statutes, section
86A.05, subdivision 8; to acquire lands in fee
for scientific and natural areas under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 5; to acquire lands in fee for state
forests under Minnesota Statutes, section
86A.05, subdivision 7; to acquire permanent
conservation easements; and to restore and
enhance prairies, grasslands, forests, and
savannas. Of this amount, $742,000 is to The
Nature Conservancy, $700,000 is to The Trust
for Public Land, and $700,000 is to Minnesota
Land Trust. Up to $120,000 to Minnesota
Land Trust is to establish a monitoring and
enforcement fund as approved in the
accomplishment plan and subject to Minnesota
Statutes, section 97A.056, subdivision 17.
Annual income statements and balance sheets
for income and expenses from land acquired
with this appropriation must be submitted to
the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council
no later than 180 days after The Nature
Conservancy's fiscal year closes. A list of
proposed land acquisitions must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan.

(c) Minnesota Forests for the Future - Phase VI

$1,473,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to acquire
lands in fee and to acquire easements for
forest, wetland, and shoreline habitat through
working forest permanent conservation
easements under the Minnesota forests for the
future program according to Minnesota
Statutes, section 84.66. A conservation
easement acquired with money appropriated
under this paragraph must comply with
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 13. The accomplishment plan must
include an easement monitoring and
enforcement plan. Of this amount, up to
$25,000 is for establishing a monitoring and
enforcement fund as approved in the
accomplishment plan and subject to Minnesota
Statutes, section 97A.056, subdivision 17. A
list of proposed land acquisitions must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan. A list of permanent
conservation easements must be provided as
part of the final report.

(d) State Forest Acquisitions, Richard J. Dorer
Memorial Forest - Phase V

$1,255,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to acquire
in fee and enhance lands for wildlife habitat
in the Richard J. Dorer Memorial Hardwood
State Forest under Minnesota Statutes, section
86A.05, subdivision 7. A list of proposed land
acquisitions must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(e) Critical Shoreland Protection Program -
Phase V

$1,094,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Minnesota Land Trust to
acquire permanent conservation easements
along rivers and lakes in the northern forest
region. Of this amount, up to $120,000 is for
establishing a monitoring and enforcement
fund as approved in the accomplishment plan
and subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of proposed
permanent conservation easements must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(f) Minnesota Moose Habitat Collaborative -
Phase III

$1,938,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with the Minnesota Deer Hunters
Association to restore and enhance public
forest lands in the northern forest region for
moose habitat. A list of proposed land
restoration and enhancements must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

Subd. 4.

Wetlands

-0-
28,116,000
(a) Accelerating the Waterfowl Production Area
Acquisition - Phase X

$5,061,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Pheasants Forever to acquire
lands in fee and to restore and enhance
wetlands and grasslands to be designated and
managed as waterfowl production areas in
Minnesota, in cooperation with the United
States Fish and Wildlife Service. A list of
proposed land acquisitions must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan.

(b) Shallow Lake and Wetland Protection
Program - Phase VII

$4,770,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Ducks Unlimited to acquire
lands in fee and to restore and enhance prairie
lands, wetlands, and land buffering shallow
lakes for wildlife management under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 8. A list of proposed acquisitions
must be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(c) RIM Wetlands Partnership - Phase IX

$10,000,000 the second year is to the Board
of Water and Soil Resources to acquire
permanent conservation easements and to
restore wetlands and native grassland habitat
under Minnesota Statutes, section 103F.515.
Of this amount, up to $292,500 is for
establishing a monitoring and enforcement
fund as approved in the accomplishment plan
and subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of permanent
conservation easements must be provided as
part of the final report.

(d) Wetland Habitat Protection Program - Phase
III

$1,786,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Minnesota Land Trust to
acquire permanent conservation easements
and to restore and enhance prairie, wetland,
and other habitat in high-priority wetland
habitat complexes in the prairie and
forest/prairie transition regions. Of this
amount, up to $240,000 is to establish a
monitoring and enforcement fund as approved
in the accomplishment plan and subject to
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 17. A list of proposed
conservation easement acquisitions and
restorations and enhancements must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(e) Accelerated Shallow Lakes and Wetlands
Enhancement - Phase X

$2,759,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to enhance
and restore shallow lakes and wetland habitat
statewide. A list of proposed land restorations
and enhancements must be provided as part
of the required accomplishment plan.

(f) Living Shallow Lakes and Wetland Initiative
- Phase VII

$3,740,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Ducks Unlimited to restore
and enhance shallow lakes and wetlands on
public lands and wetlands under permanent
conservation easement for wildlife
management. A list of proposed shallow lake
enhancements and wetland restorations must
be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

Subd. 5.

Habitats

-0-
40,978,000
(a) Metro Big Rivers - Phase VIII

$2,630,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for
agreements to acquire lands in fee and
permanent conservation easements and to
restore and enhance natural systems associated
with the Mississippi, Minnesota, and St. Croix
Rivers in the metropolitan area. Of this
amount, $500,000 is to Minnesota Valley
National Wildlife Refuge Trust Inc., $300,000
is to Friends of the Mississippi River,
$700,000 is to Great River Greening, and
$1,130,000 is to Minnesota Land Trust. Up to
$120,000 to Minnesota Land Trust is to
establish a monitoring and enforcement fund
as approved in the accomplishment plan and
subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of proposed
land acquisitions and permanent conservation
easements must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(b) Mississippi Headwaters Habitat Corridor
Partnership - Phase IV

$2,073,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for
agreements to acquire lands in fee and restore
wildlife habitat in the Mississippi headwaters.
Of this amount, $73,000 is to the Mississippi
Headwaters Board and $2,000,000 is to The
Trust for Public Land. $925,000 the second
year is to the Board of Water and Soil
Resources to acquire lands in permanent
conservation easements and to restore wildlife
habitat, of which up to $65,000 is for
establishing a monitoring and enforcement
fund as approved in the accomplishment plan
and subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of proposed
acquisitions must be included as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(c) Fisheries Habitat Protection on Strategic
North Central Minnesota Lakes - Phase IV

$2,801,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for
agreements to acquire lands in fee and
permanent conservation easements to sustain
healthy fish habitat on coldwater lakes in
Aitkin, Cass, Crow Wing, and Hubbard
Counties. Of this amount, $1,005,000 is to the
Leech Lake Area Watershed Foundation and
$1,796,000 is to Minnesota Land Trust. Up to
$120,000 to Minnesota Land Trust is for
establishing a monitoring and enforcement
fund as approved in the accomplishment plan
and subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of acquisitions
must be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(d) DNR Trout Stream Conservation Easements

$642,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to acquire
land in permanent conservation easements to
protect trout stream aquatic habitat. Up to
$52,500 is for establishing a monitoring and
enforcement fund as approved in the
accomplishment plan and subject to Minnesota
Statutes, section 97A.056, subdivision 17. A
list of permanent conservation easements must
be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(e) Metro Wildlife Management Areas

$1,174,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with The Conservation Fund to
acquire lands in fee in the metro area planning
region for wildlife management under
Minnesota Statutes, section 86A.05,
subdivision 8. A list of proposed land
acquisitions must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(f) Dakota County Habitat
Protection/Restoration - Phase VI

$2,288,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Dakota County to acquire
permanent conservation easements and lands
in fee and to restore and enhance riparian and
other habitats in Dakota County. A list of
proposed land acquisitions and restorations
and enhancements must be provided as part
of the required accomplishment plan.

(g) Hennepin County Habitat Conservation
Program

$1,514,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Hennepin County, in
cooperation with Minnesota Land Trust, to
acquire permanent conservation easements
and to restore and enhance habitats in
Hennepin County. Of this amount, $194,000
is to Hennepin County and $1,320,000 is to
Minnesota Land Trust. Up to $192,000 to
Minnesota Land Trust is for establishing a
monitoring and enforcement fund as approved
in the accomplishment plan and subject to
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 17. A list of proposed permanent
conservation easements and restorations and
enhancements must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(h) Minnesota Trout Unlimited Coldwater Fish
Habitat Enhancement and Restoration - Phase
X

$2,291,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Minnesota Trout Unlimited
to acquire permanent conservation stream
easements using the payment method
prescribed in Minnesota Statutes, section
84.0272, subdivision 2, and to restore and
enhance habitat for trout and other species in
and along coldwater rivers, lakes, and streams
in Minnesota. Up to $20,000 is for establishing
a monitoring and enforcement fund as
approved in the accomplishment plan and
subject to Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.056, subdivision 17. A list of proposed
land acquisitions and restorations and
enhancements must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(i) Lower Mississippi River Habitat Partnership
- Phase IV

$1,555,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to restore
and enhance aquatic and forest habitats in the
lower Mississippi River watershed, upper Pool
9 backwater. A list of proposed restorations
and enhancements must be provided as part
of the required accomplishment plan.

(j) St. Louis River Restoration Initiative - Phase
V

$2,013,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to restore
aquatic habitats in the St. Louis River estuary.
Of this appropriation, up to $1,350,000 is for
an agreement with Minnesota Land Trust. A
list of proposed restorations must be provided
as part of the required accomplishment plan.

(k) Knife River Habitat Rehabilitation - Phase
III

$927,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Zeitgeist, in cooperation with
the Lake Superior Steelhead Association, to
enhance trout habitat in the Knife River
watershed. A list of proposed enhancements
must be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(l) Shell Rock River Watershed Habitat
Restoration Program - Phase VII

$1,421,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with the Shell Rock River
Watershed District to acquire lands in fee and
to restore and enhance aquatic habitat in the
Shell Rock River watershed. A list of proposed
acquisitions, restorations, and enhancements
must be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(m) Lake George Dam and Rum River Erosion

$539,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with Anoka County to enhance
aquatic habitat in and adjacent to Lake George
in Anoka County and to restore and enhance
aquatic habitat on the Rum River. A list of
proposed habitat enhancements and
restorations must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(n) Buffalo River Watershed Stream Habitat
Program

$1,195,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with the Buffalo-Red River
Watershed District to restore and enhance
aquatic and upland habitat associated with the
south branch of the Buffalo River and Whisky
Creek in the Buffalo River watershed. A list
of proposed restorations and enhancements
must be provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(o) Two Rivers Fish Passage Restoration and
Habitat Enhancement

$2,000,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with the city of Hallock to restore
and enhance fish passage and habitat in the
South Branch Two Rivers. A list of proposed
restorations must be provided as part of the
required accomplishment plan.

(p) Six Mile Creek ? Halsted Bay Habitat
Restoration

$567,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for an
agreement with the Minnehaha Creek
Watershed District to restore and enhance fish
habitat in the Six Mile Creek - Halsted Bay
subwatershed. A list of proposed restorations
and enhancements must be provided as part
of the required accomplishment plan.

(q) DNR Aquatic Habitat Restoration and
Enhancement

$2,834,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to restore
and enhance aquatic habitat in degraded
streams and aquatic management areas and to
facilitate fish passage. A list of proposed land
restorations and enhancements must be
provided as part of the required
accomplishment plan.

(r) Conservation Partners Legacy Grant
Program: Statewide and Metro Habitat - Phase
X

$11,589,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for a
program to provide competitive matching
grants of up to $400,000 to local, regional,
state, and national organizations for enhancing,
restoring, or protecting forests, wetlands,
prairies, or habitat for fish, game, or wildlife
in Minnesota. Of this amount, up to
$2,567,000 is for grants in the seven-county
metropolitan area and cities with a population
of 50,000 or greater. Grants must not be made
for activities required to fulfill the duties of
owners of lands subject to conservation
easements. Grants must not be made from the
appropriation in this paragraph for projects
that have a total project cost exceeding
$575,000. Of the total appropriation, $536,000
may be spent for personnel costs and other
direct and necessary administrative costs.
Grantees may acquire land or interests in land.
Easements must be permanent. Grants may
not be used to establish easement stewardship
accounts. Land acquired in fee must be open
to hunting and fishing during the open season
unless otherwise provided by law. The
program must require a match of at least ten
percent from nonstate sources for all grants.
The match may be cash or in-kind resources.
For grant applications of $25,000 or less, the
commissioner must provide a separate,
simplified application process. Subject to
Minnesota statutes, the commissioner of
natural resources must, when evaluating
projects of equal value, give priority to
organizations that have a history of receiving,
or a charter to receive, private contributions
for local conservation or habitat projects. If
acquiring land in fee or a conservation
easement, priority must be given to projects
associated with or within one mile of existing
wildlife management areas under Minnesota
Statutes, section 86A.05, subdivision 8;
scientific and natural areas under Minnesota
Statutes, sections 84.033 and 86A.05,
subdivision 5; or aquatic management areas
under Minnesota Statutes, sections 86A.05,
subdivision 14, and 97C.02. All restoration or
enhancement projects must be on land
permanently protected by a permanent
covenant ensuring perpetual maintenance and
protection of restored and enhanced habitat,
by a conservation easement or by public
ownership, or in public waters as defined in
Minnesota Statutes, section 103G.005,
subdivision 15. Priority must be given to
restoration and enhancement projects on public
lands. Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 13, applies to grants awarded
under this paragraph. This appropriation is
available until June 30, 2022. No less than five
percent of the amount of each grant must be
held back from reimbursement until the grant
recipient has completed a grant
accomplishment report by the deadline and in
the form prescribed by and satisfactory to the
Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council. The
commissioner must provide notice of the grant
program in the summary of game and fish law
prepared under Minnesota Statutes, section
97A.051, subdivision 2.

Subd. 6.

Administration

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410,000
(a) Contract Management

$210,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for contract
management duties assigned in this section.
The commissioner must provide an
accomplishment plan in the form specified by
the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council
on expending this appropriation. The
accomplishment plan must include a copy of
the grant contract template and reimbursement
manual. No money may be expended before
the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council
approves the accomplishment plan.

(b) Technical Evaluation Panel

$150,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources for a
technical evaluation panel to conduct up to 25
restoration and enhancement evaluations under
Minnesota Statutes, section 97A.056,
subdivision 10.

(c) High-Priority Pretransaction Service
Acceleration for Lessard-Sams Outdoor
Heritage Council

$50,000 the second year is to the
commissioner of natural resources to provide
land-acquisition pretransaction services
including but not limited to appraisals,
surveys, or title research for acquisition
proposals being considered by the
Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council. A
list of activities must be included in the final
accomplishment plan.

Subd. 7.

Availability of Appropriation

Money appropriated in this section may not
be spent on activities unless they are directly
related to and necessary for a specific
appropriation and are specified in the
accomplishment plan approved by the
Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council.
Money appropriated in this section must not
be spent on indirect costs or other institutional
overhead charges that are not directly related
to and necessary for a specific appropriation.
Unless otherwise provided, the amounts in
this section are available until June 30, 2021.
For acquisition of real property, the amounts
in this section are available until June 30,
2022, if a binding agreement with a landowner
or purchase agreement is entered into by June
30, 2021, and closed no later than June 30,
2022. Funds for restoration or enhancement
are available until June 30, 2023, or five years
after acquisition, whichever is later, in order
to complete initial restoration or enhancement
work. If a project receives at least 15 percent
of its funding from federal funds, the time of
the appropriation may be extended to equal
the availability of federal funding to a
maximum of six years if that federal funding
was confirmed and included in the second
draft accomplishment plan. Funds appropriated
for fee title acquisition of land may be used
to restore, enhance, and provide for public use
of the land acquired with the appropriation.
Public-use facilities must have a minimal
impact on habitat in acquired lands.

Subd. 8.

Payment Conditions and Capital
Equipment Expenditures

All agreements referred to in this section must
be administered on a reimbursement basis
unless otherwise provided in this section.
Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section
16A.41, expenditures directly related to each
appropriation's purpose made on or after July
1, 2018, or the date of accomplishment plan
approval, whichever is later, are eligible for
reimbursement unless otherwise provided in
this section. For the purposes of administering
appropriations and legislatively authorized
agreements paid out of the outdoor heritage
fund, an expense must be considered
reimbursable by the administering agency
when the recipient presents the agency with
an invoice, or a binding agreement with the
landowner, and the recipient attests that the
goods have been received or the landowner
agreement is binding. Periodic reimbursement
must be made upon receiving documentation
that the items articulated in the
accomplishment plan approved by the
Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council have
been achieved, including partial achievements
as evidenced by progress reports approved by
the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council.
Reasonable amounts may be advanced to
projects to accommodate cash flow needs,
support future management of acquired lands,
or match a federal share. The advances must
be approved as part of the accomplishment
plan. Capital equipment expenditures for
specific items over $10,000 must be itemized
in and approved as part of the accomplishment
plan.

Subd. 9.

Mapping

Each direct recipient of money appropriated
in this section, as well as each recipient of a
grant awarded pursuant to this section, must
provide geographic information to the
Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council for
mapping of any lands acquired in fee with
funds appropriated in this section and open to
public taking of fish and game. The
commissioner of natural resources must
include the lands acquired in fee with money
appropriated in this section on maps showing
public recreational opportunities. Maps must
include information on and acknowledgment
of the outdoor heritage fund, including a
notation of any restrictions.

Subd. 10.

Carryforwards

(a) The availability of the appropriation in
Laws 2014, chapter 256, article 1, section 2,
subdivision 5, paragraph (e), for Mustinka
River Fish and Wildlife Habitat Corridor
Rehabilitation is extended to June 30, 2022.

(b) The availability of the appropriation in
Laws 2015, First Special Session chapter 2,
article 1, section 2, subdivision 2, paragraph
(j), for Wild Rice River Corridor Habitat
Restoration is extended to June 30, 2021.

(c) This subdivision is effective the day
following final enactment.

Sec. 3.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 97A.056, subdivision 3, is amended to read:


Subd. 3.

Council recommendations.

(a) The council shall make recommendations to
the legislature on appropriations of money from the outdoor heritage fund that are consistent
with the Constitution and state law and that will achieve the outcomes of existing natural
resource plans, including, but not limited to, the Minnesota Statewide Conservation and
Preservation Plan, that directly relate to the restoration, protection, and enhancement of
wetlands, prairies, forests, and habitat for fish, game, and wildlife, and that prevent forest
fragmentation, encourage forest consolidation, and expand restored native prairie. In making
recommendations, the council shall consider a range of options that would best restore,
protect, and enhance wetlands, prairies, forests, and habitat for fish, game, and wildlife.
The council's recommendations shall be submitted no later than January 15 each year. The
council shall present its recommendations to the senate and house of representatives
committees with jurisdiction over the environment and natural resources budget by February
15 in odd-numbered years, and within the first four weeks of the legislative session in
even-numbered years. The council's budget recommendations to the legislature shall be
separate from the Department of Natural Resource's budget recommendations.

(b) To encourage and support local conservation efforts, the council shall establish a
conservation partners program. Local, regional, state, or national organizations may apply
for matching grants for restoration, protection, and enhancement of wetlands, prairies,
forests, and habitat for fish, game, and wildlife, prevention of forest fragmentation,
encouragement of forest consolidation, and expansion of restored native prairie.

(c) The council may work with the Clean Water Council to identify projects that are
consistent with both the purpose of the outdoor heritage fund and the purpose of the clean
water fund.

(d) The council may make recommendations to the Legislative-Citizen Commission on
Minnesota Resources on scientific research that will assist in restoring, protecting, and
enhancing wetlands, prairies, forests, and habitat for fish, game, and wildlife, preventing
forest fragmentation, encouraging forest consolidation, and expanding restored native prairie.

(e) Recommendations of the council, including approval of recommendations for the
outdoor heritage fund, require an affirmative vote of at least nine members of the council.

(f) The council may work with the Clean Water Council, the Legislative-Citizen
Commission on Minnesota Resources, the Board of Water and Soil Resources, soil and
water conservation districts, and experts from Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
and the University of Minnesota in developing the council's recommendations.

(g) The council shall develop and implement a process that ensures that citizens and
potential recipients of funds are included throughout the process, including the development
and finalization of the council's recommendations. The process must include a fair, equitable,
and thorough process for reviewing requests for funding and a clear and easily understood
process for ranking projects.

(h) The council shall use the regions of the state based upon the ecological sections and
subsections developed by the Department of Natural Resources and establish objectives for
each region and subregion to achieve the purposes of the fund outlined in the state
constitution.

(i) The council shall develop and submit to the Legislative Coordinating Commission
plans for the first ten years of funding, and a framework for 25 years of funding, consistent
with statutory and constitutional requirements. The council may use existing plans from
other legislative, state, and federal sources, as applicable.

(j) By July 1 each year, the council shall provide counties with a list of project proposals
that include potential fee title land acquisitions in the county that is based on that year's
funding requests received by the council from nongovernmental organizations.

Sec. 4.

Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 97A.056, subdivision 13, is amended to read:


Subd. 13.

Project requirements.

(a) As a condition of accepting money appropriated
from the outdoor heritage fund, an agency or entity receiving money from an appropriation
must comply with this subdivision for any project funded in whole or in part with funds
from the appropriation.

(b) All conservation easements acquired with money appropriated from the outdoor
heritage fund must:

(1) be permanent;

(2) specify the parties to the easement;

(3) specify all of the provisions of an agreement that are permanent;

(4) specify the habitat types and location being protected;

(5) where appropriate for conservation or water protection outcomes, require the grantor
to employ practices retaining water on the eased land as long as practicable;

(6) specify the responsibilities of the parties for habitat enhancement and restoration
and the associated costs of these activities;

(7) be sent to the office of the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council;

(8) include a long-term stewardship plan and identify the sources and amount of funding
for monitoring and enforcing the easement agreement; and

(9) identify the parties responsible for monitoring and enforcing the easement agreement.

(c) For all restorations, a recipient must prepare and retain an ecological restoration and
management plan that, to the degree practicable, is consistent with current conservation
science and ecological goals for the restoration site. Consideration should be given to soil,
geology, topography, and other relevant factors that would provide the best chance for
long-term success and durability of the restoration. The plan must include the proposed
timetable for implementing the restoration, including, but not limited to, site preparation,
establishment of diverse plant species, maintenance, and additional enhancement to establish
the restoration; identify long-term maintenance and management needs of the restoration
and how the maintenance, management, and enhancement will be financed; and use current
conservation science to achieve the best restoration.

(d) For new lands acquired, a recipient must prepare a restoration and management plan
in compliance with paragraph (c), including identification of sufficient funding for
implementation.

(e) To ensure public accountability for the use of public funds, a recipient must provide
to the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council documentation of the process used to select
parcels acquired in fee or as permanent conservation easements and must provide the council
with documentation of all related transaction costs, including, but not limited to, appraisals,
legal fees, recording fees, commissions, other similar costs, and donations. This information
must be provided for all parties involved in the transaction. The recipient must also report
to the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council any difference between the acquisition
amount paid to the seller and the state-certified or state-reviewed appraisal, if a state-certified
or state-reviewed appraisal was conducted. The commissioner of natural resources may
conduct or require additional appraisals of parcels to be acquired in fee title or as conservation
easements. Acquisition data such as appraisals may remain private during negotiations but
must ultimately be made public according to chapter 13.

(f) Except as otherwise provided in the appropriation, all restoration and enhancement
projects funded with money appropriated from the outdoor heritage fund must be on land
permanently protected by a conservation easement or public ownership or in public waters
as defined in section 103G.005, subdivision 15.

(g) To the extent an appropriation is used to acquire an interest in real property, a recipient
of an appropriation from the outdoor heritage fund must provide to the Lessard-Sams Outdoor
Heritage Council and the commissioner of management and budget an analysis of increased
operation and maintenance costs likely to be incurred by public entities as a result of the
acquisition and of how the costs are to be paid.

(h) A recipient of money appropriated from the outdoor heritage fund must give
consideration to and make timely written contact with Conservation Corps Minnesota for
possible use of the corps' services to contract for restoration and enhancement services. A
copy of the written contact must be filed with the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council
within 15 days of execution.

(i) A recipient of money appropriated from the outdoor heritage fund must erect signage
according to Laws 2009, chapter 172, article 5, section 10.

(j) At least 30 days before closing on an acquisition of land in fee title with money in
whole or in part from the outdoor heritage fund, a nongovernmental organization must notify
in writing the county board and town board where the land is located and furnish them a
description of the land to be acquired.

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