Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 22
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
CHAPTER 19
THE IDAHO INVASIVE SPECIES ACT OF 2008
22-1911.  Invasive species fund. There is hereby established in the state treasury an invasive species fund.
(1)  The fund shall receive such appropriations as deemed necessary by the governor and the legislature to accomplish the goals of this chapter. The fund shall also receive moneys from the collection of reasonable fees for permits or as otherwise required by this chapter or rules promulgated hereunder. The fund may also receive, at the discretion of the director, moneys from any other lawful source including, without limitation, fees, penalties, fines, gifts, grants, legacies of money, property, securities or other assets, or any other source, public or private.
(2)  Moneys in the invasive species fund are subject to appropriation for the purposes of this chapter. The fund shall be used to support activities related to the prevention, detection, control and management of invasive species in Idaho.
(3)  All interest or other income accruing from moneys deposited to the fund shall be redeposited and accrue to the fund. Any unexpended balance left in the fund at the end of any fiscal year shall carry forward without reduction to the following fiscal year.

History:
[22-1911, added 2008, ch. 387, sec. 1, p. 1064.]


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