84.95 REINVEST IN MINNESOTA RESOURCES FUND.
Subdivision 1. Program fund; establishment.
A reinvest in Minnesota resources fund is
created as a separate fund in the state treasury. The fund shall be managed to earn the highest
interest compatible with prudent investment, preservation of principal, and reasonable liquidity.
The principal and interest attributable to the principal shall remain in the fund until spent.
Proceeds of state bonds issued for purposes of the fund shall be segregated in a special account
and disbursed only for capital costs of the acquisition and betterment of public land and easements
in land and improvements in land for which the proceeds are appropriated.
Subd. 2. Purposes and expenditures.
Money from the reinvest in Minnesota resources fund
may only be spent for the following fish and wildlife conservation enhancement purposes:
(1) development and implementation of the comprehensive fish and wildlife management
plan under section
(2) implementation of the conservation reserve program established by section
(3) soil and water conservation practices to improve water quality, reduce soil erosion and
(4) enhancement or restoration of fish and wildlife habitat on lakes, streams, wetlands,
and public and private forest lands;
(5) acquisition and development of public access sites and recreation easements to lakes,
streams, and rivers for fish and wildlife oriented recreation;
(6) matching funds with government agencies, federally recognized Indian tribes and bands,
and the private sector for acquisition and improvement of fish and wildlife habitat;
(7) research and surveys of fish and wildlife species and habitat;
(8) enforcement of natural resource laws and rules;
(9) information and education;
(10) implementing the aspen recycling program under section
and for other forest
wildlife management projects; and
(11) necessary support services to carry out these purposes.
Subd. 3.[Repealed, 2004 c 255 s 51
History: 1985 c 248 s 70; 1986 c 383 s 12; 1987 c 357 s 17,18; 1989 c 353 s 8; 1990 c 391
art 8 s 15; 1993 c 227 s 1