The director, to prevent and control aquatic nuisance species, shall:
1. Prepare a statewide management plan for aquatic nuisance species to be approved by the governor.
2. Organize an aquatic nuisance species committee, as provided for in the statewide management plan, composed of the director or the director's designee; representatives of the agriculture commissioner, state water commission, parks and recreation department, state department of health, and tourism division; up to five private entities or individuals; and a representative of tribal entities. The director or the director's designee is the chairman of the aquatic nuisance species committee.
3. Develop and adopt the state's list of aquatic nuisance species after consulting with the aquatic nuisance species committee. The list must be updated annually.
4. Provide for a permitting system to import listed aquatic nuisance species into or move those species within the state.
5. Develop rules to prevent the movement of aquatic nuisance species into or within the state. In addition to requirements under chapter 28-32, the department shall conduct a cost-benefit analysis for any rule proposed for adoption under this chapter.
6. Conduct aquatic nuisance species education and prevention efforts.
7. Provide for the partnership of the federal government, state agencies, and private or public organizations to fund aquatic nuisance species prevention efforts.