There is appropriated from the conservation fund, or from other funds if so indicated, to the department of natural resources for the following programs:

Terms Used In Wisconsin Statutes 20.370

  • Appropriation: The provision of funds, through an annual appropriations act or a permanent law, for federal agencies to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes. The formal federal spending process consists of two sequential steps: authorization
  • Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
  • Corporation: A legal entity owned by the holders of shares of stock that have been issued, and that can own, receive, and transfer property, and carry on business in its own name.
  • Fiscal year: The fiscal year is the accounting period for the government. For the federal government, this begins on October 1 and ends on September 30. The fiscal year is designated by the calendar year in which it ends; for example, fiscal year 2006 begins on October 1, 2005 and ends on September 30, 2006.
  • Following: when used by way of reference to any statute section, means the section next following that in which the reference is made. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Indemnification: In general, a collateral contract or assurance under which one person agrees to secure another person against either anticipated financial losses or potential adverse legal consequences. Source: FDIC
  • Joint committee: Committees including membership from both houses of teh legislature. Joint committees are usually established with narrow jurisdictions and normally lack authority to report legislation.
  • Jurisdiction: (1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a case. Concurrent jurisdiction exists when two courts have simultaneous responsibility for the same case. (2) The geographic area over which the court has authority to decide cases.
  • Land: includes lands, tenements and hereditaments and all rights thereto and interests therein. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Lease: A contract transferring the use of property or occupancy of land, space, structures, or equipment in consideration of a payment (e.g., rent). Source: OCC
  • Lien: A claim against real or personal property in satisfaction of a debt.
  • Motorcycle: is a motor vehicle as defined in…. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Municipality: includes cities and villages; it may be construed to include towns. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Obligation: An order placed, contract awarded, service received, or similar transaction during a given period that will require payments during the same or a future period.
  • Person: includes all partnerships, associations and bodies politic or corporate. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Population: means that shown by the most recent regular or special federal census. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Property: includes real and personal property. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Public debt: Cumulative amounts borrowed by the Treasury Department or the Federal Financing Bank from the public or from another fund or account. The public debt does not include agency debt (amounts borrowed by other agencies of the Federal Government). The total public debt is subject to a statutory limit.
  • Real property: Land, and all immovable fixtures erected on, growing on, or affixed to the land.
  • real property: includes lands, tenements and hereditaments and all rights thereto and interests therein. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Remainder: An interest in property that takes effect in the future at a specified time or after the occurrence of some event, such as the death of a life tenant.
  • Restitution: The court-ordered payment of money by the defendant to the victim for damages caused by the criminal action.
  • Settlement: Parties to a lawsuit resolve their difference without having a trial. Settlements often involve the payment of compensation by one party in satisfaction of the other party's claims.
  • State: when applied to states of the United States, includes the District of Columbia, the commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the several territories organized by Congress. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Town: may be construed to include cities, villages, wards or districts. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Village: means incorporated village. See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
  • Year: means a calendar year, unless otherwise expressed; "year" alone means "year of our Lord". See Wisconsin Statutes 990.01
   (1)   Fish, wildlife, and parks.
20.370(1)(ea) (ea) Parks – general program operations. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the operation of the state parks and state recreation areas under s. 23.091 and ch. 27.
      (eq)    Parks and forests – operation and maintenance. From the heritage state parks and forests trust fund, a sum sufficient for grants under s. 27.016 and for the operation and maintenance of the state parks, of the southern state forests, as defined in s. 27.016 (1) (c), and of state recreation areas as provided in s. 27.016 (7).
      (er)    Parks – campground reservation fees. All moneys not retained by the department under s. 27.01 (11) (cr) 1. for payments to contracting parties under contracts entered into under s. 27.01 (11) (cm) that are applicable to southern state forests or state parks.
      (es)    Parks – interpretive programs. All moneys received from fees authorized under s. 27.01 (9) (a) 4. for educational and interpretive programs in state parks to be used for costs associated with those programs.
      (fb)    Endangered resources – general program operations. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration and implementation of the nongame and endangered and threatened species conservation programs under ss. 29.039 and 29.604 and the endangered resources program, as defined under s. 71.10 (5) (a) 2., and for the inventory of natural areas under s. 23.27 (3).
      (fc)    Endangered resources – Wisconsin stewardship program. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for natural areas stewardship activities, including land management services, legal services, planning services and related services.
      (fd)    Endangered resources – natural heritage inventory program. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule to administer the natural heritage inventory program.
      (fe)    Endangered resources – general fund. From the general fund, a sum sufficient in fiscal year 1993-94 and in each fiscal year thereafter that equals the sum of the amount certified in that fiscal year under s. 71.10 (5) (h) 3. for the previous fiscal year and the amounts received under par. (fu) in that fiscal year for the purposes of the endangered resources program, as defined in s. 71.10 (5) (a) 2. The amount appropriated under this subdivision may not exceed $500,000 in a fiscal year, except that the amount appropriated under this subdivision in fiscal year 2005-06 may not exceed $364,000 and the amount appropriated under this subdivision in fiscal year 2006-07 may not exceed $364,000.
20.370 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also s. NR 58.02, Wis. adm. code.
      (fs)    Endangered resources – voluntary payments; sales, leases, and fees. As a continuing appropriation, from moneys received as amounts designated under ss. 71.10 (5) (b) and 71.30 (10) (b), the net amounts certified under ss. 71.10 (5) (h) 4. and 71.30 (10) (h) 3., all moneys received from the sale or lease of resources derived from the land in the state natural areas system, and all moneys received from fees collected under ss. 29.319 (2), 29.563 (10) (a), and 341.14 (6r) (b) 5. and 12., for the purposes of the endangered resources program, as defined under ss. 71.10 (5) (a) 2. and 71.30 (10) (a) 2. Three percent of the moneys certified under ss. 71.10 (5) (h) 4. and 71.30 (10) (h) 3. in each fiscal year and 3 percent of the fees received under s. 341.14 (6r) (b) 5. and 12. in each fiscal year shall be allocated for wildlife damage control and payment of claims for damage associated with endangered or threatened species, except that this combined allocation may not exceed $100,000 per fiscal year.
      (ft)    Endangered resources – application fees. All moneys received from application fees under s. 29.563 (11) (a) 2. to be used for the purposes of processing applications under and administering s. 29.604 (6m) and (6r).
      (fu)    Endangered resources program – gifts and grants; sale of state-owned lands. All moneys received from gifts, grants and bequests for the endangered resources program, as defined under s. 71.10 (5) (a) 2., to be expended for the purposes for which made and received; and all moneys received from gifts and contributions under the Wisconsin natural areas heritage program and all moneys received from the sale of state-owned lands withdrawn from the state natural areas system for the purposes of natural heritage land acquisition activities, natural area land acquisition activities, and administration of the natural areas inventory program.
      (gb)    Education programs – program fees. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees collected under s. 23.425 for department educational activities at the MacKenzie environmental center.
      (gh)    Horicon Marsh education and visitor center – program fees. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees collected under s. 23.426 for educational programs provided by the department at the Horicon Marsh education and visitor center.
      (gt)    Habitat conservation plan fees. From the conservation fund, all moneys received from gifts, grants, and bequests to, and all fees paid by partners in, the Karner blue butterfly habitat conservation plan to be used for the administration and implementation of the plan.
      (hc)    Indemnification agreements. From the general fund, a sum sufficient to provide indemnification under agreements under s. 29.063 (6).
      (hk)    Elk management. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the costs associated with the management of the elk population in this state and for the costs associated with the transportation of elk brought into the state. All moneys transferred from the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm) 8g. shall be credited to this appropriation account. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), the unencumbered balance on June 30 of each year shall revert to the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm).
      (hq)    Elk hunting fees. All moneys received from the sale of elk hunting licenses under s. 29.182 and from voluntary contributions under s. 29.567 and $7 of each processing fee collected under s. 29.563 (14) (a) 3. to be used for administering elk hunting licenses, for elk management and research activities, and for the elk hunter education program under s. 29.595.
      (hr)    Pheasant restoration. Forty percent of the moneys received under s. 29.191 (2) for developing, managing, preserving, restoring and maintaining the wild pheasant population in the state.
      (hs)    Chronic wasting disease management. From the moneys received under ss. 29.181, 29.559 (1r), and 29.563 (13), except the moneys credited to the appropriation account under par. (hx), the amounts in the schedule for the management of, and testing for, chronic wasting disease under s. 29.063 (1).
      (ht)    Wild turkey restoration. All moneys received from the sale of wild turkey hunting stamps under s. 29.164 for developing, managing, preserving, restoring and maintaining the wild turkey population in the state.
      (hu)    Wetlands habitat improvement. As a continuing appropriation, two-thirds of all moneys received under s. 29.191 (1) for developing, managing, preserving, restoring and maintaining wetland habitat for producing waterfowl.
      (hv)    Aquatic and terrestrial resources inventory. The amounts in the schedule for developing the system under s. 23.09 (2) (km).
      (hw)    Pheasant stocking and propagation. Sixty percent of the moneys received under s. 29.191 (2) and all moneys received under s. 23.09 (15) for the stocking and propagation of pheasants on lands under the department’s ownership, management, supervision, or control.
      (hx)    Bonus deer permit fees; chronic wasting disease. All moneys received to be credited to this appropriation account under s. 29.181 (3) for the management of, and testing for, chronic wasting disease under s. 29.063 (1).
      (iu)    Gravel pit reclamation. All moneys received under s. 23.20 to be used to reclaim gravel pits and similar facilities on property under the jurisdiction of the department of natural resources.
      (jr)    Rental property and equipment – maintenance and replacement. All moneys received by the department from the rental of real property and equipment that are owned by the department and are utilized for land, fisheries, and wildlife management, excluding forestry purposes, to be used for the maintenance and replacement of this real property and equipment.
      (kb)    Walleye production; contracts. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule to purchase fish pursuant to contracts entered into under s. 29.740.
      (kc)    Sea lamprey control. As a continuing appropriation from the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for sea lamprey control projects under s. 23.22 (2) (f). No moneys may be encumbered from this appropriation after June 30, 2016.
      (kg)    Walleye production; revenue. From the general fund, all moneys received from the sale of fish or fish eggs pursuant to contracts entered into under s. 29.740 to be used to purchase fish pursuant to contracts under s. 29.740.
      (kk)    Fishery resources for ceded territories. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the management of the state’s fishery resources within an area where federally recognized American Indian tribes or bands domiciled in this state hold treaty-based, off-reservation rights to fish and for liaison activities with these tribes or bands that relate to fishery resources. All moneys transferred from the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm) 8d. shall be credited to this appropriation account. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), the unencumbered balance of June 30 of each year shall revert to the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm).
      (kq)    Taxes and assessments; conservation fund. The amounts in the schedule to pay taxes and assessments that are or may become a lien on property under the control of the department.
      (kr)    Commercial fish protection and Great Lakes resource surcharges. All moneys received from commercial fish protection surcharges under s. 29.984 and from Great Lakes resource surcharges under s. 29.9905 for research relating to Great Lakes fish.
      (kt)    Great Lakes vessel rental costs. All moneys received by the department from the rental of Great Lakes research vessels that are owned by the department and that are rented for purposes other than this state’s management of fish and wildlife resources to pay the cost to the department of providing staff and other services associated with the rental of Great Lakes research vessels for purposes other than this state’s management of fish and wildlife resources.
      (ku)    Great Lakes trout and salmon. All moneys received under ss. 29.219 (3) (c), 29.228 (7) (c), and 29.2285 (2) to provide additional funding for the trout and salmon rearing and stocking program for outlying waters and to administer s. 29.2285 (2), and for sea lamprey control projects under s. 23.22 (2) (d) and (e).
      (kv)    Trout habitat improvement. All moneys received under ss. 29.219 (3m) (c) and 29.2285 (1) for improving and maintaining trout habitat in inland trout waters, for conducting trout surveys in inland trout waters and for administering those sections.
      (kw)    Sturgeon stock and habitat. All moneys received under s. 29.237 (5) for assessing and managing the lake sturgeon stock and fishery in the Lake Winnebago system, for improving and maintaining lake sturgeon habitat in the Lake Winnebago and upper Fox and Wolf rivers system, and for administering s. 29.237.
      (ky)    Sturgeon stock and habitat – inland waters. All moneys received under s. 29.2285 (3) for assessing and managing the lake sturgeon stock and fishery in inland waters, as defined in s. 29.001 (45), for improving and maintaining lake sturgeon habitat in those inland waters, and for administering s. 29.2285 (3).
      (Lk)    Reintroduction of whooping cranes. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the costs associated with reintroducing whooping cranes into the state. All moneys transferred from the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm) 8i. shall be credited to this appropriation account. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), the unencumbered balance on June 30 of each year shall revert to the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm).
      (Lq)    Trapper education program. As a continuing appropriation, all moneys remitted to the department under s. 29.597 (3), an amount equal to the amount calculated under s. 29.331 (3m), all moneys received from the sale of skins processed as part of the trapper education program under s. 29.597, and all moneys received from fees collected under s. 29.563 (12) (c) 3. for the trapper education program under s. 29.597.
      (Lr)    Beaver control; fish and wildlife account. As a continuing appropriation, from the fish and wildlife account of the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule for beaver control under s. 29.885 and for administering that section.
      (Ls)    Control of wild animals. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule from moneys received under s. 29.563 (13) for removal activities by the department under s. 29.885.
      (Lt)    Wildlife management. The amounts in the schedule for wildlife management activities in forested areas of this state.
      (Lu)    Fish and wildlife habitat. From the Wisconsin outdoor wildlife heritage trust fund, a sum sufficient for the maintenance and improvement of fish and wildlife habitat as provided in s. 23.0919.
      (Lv)    Deer management assistance program. All moneys received from fees collected by the department from participants in the deer management assistance program under s. 29.020 to be used for administering the deer management assistance program.
      (ma)    General program operations – state funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations under ch. 23 and ss. 30.40 to 30.49, for the trapper education program under s. 29.597, and for general program operations relating to management of the state’s fishery resources.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. From the general fund, all moneys not otherwise appropriated that are received from private or public sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for facilities, materials, or services, excluding forestry facilities, materials, or services, provided by the department relating to resource management to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials, or services.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for facilities, materials, or services, excluding forestry facilities, materials, or services, provided by the department relating to resource management under an agreement or other arrangement with the department or other state agencies to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials, or services.
      (mm)    General program operations – federal funds. From the general fund, all moneys received as federal aid for the state’s fishery resources, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the purposes for which received.
      (mq)    General program operations – state snowmobile trails and areas. The amounts in the schedule from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund for state snowmobile trails and areas.
      (mr)    General program operations – state utility terrain vehicle projects. The amounts in the schedule from moneys received from utility terrain vehicle fees under s. 23.33 (2) (c) to (e) for state utility terrain vehicle projects.
      (ms)    General program operations – state all-terrain vehicle projects. The amounts in the schedule from moneys received from all-terrain vehicle fees under s. 23.33 (2) (c) to (e) for state all-terrain vehicle projects.
      (mt)    Land preservation and management – endowment fund. From the natural resources land endowment fund, a sum sufficient for preserving, developing, managing or maintaining land as provided in s. 23.0918 (2).
      (mu)    General program operations – state funds. The amounts in the schedule for general program operations that are conducted under ss. 23.09 to 23.11, 27.01, 30.203, 30.277, and 90.21, and chs. 29 and 169, for activities conducted under the ecological inventory and monitoring program of the endangered resources program, for the aquatic and terrestrial resources inventory under s. 23.09 (2) (km), for providing the signage required under s. 23.118, and for payments of $53,700 in each fiscal year, to be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.285 (1) (k), to the University of Wisconsin System for outdoor skills training under s. 29.598.
      (my)    General program operations – federal funds. All moneys received as federal aid for land, wildlife, fisheries, and recreation management, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 for the purposes for which received.
   (2)   Forestry. From the general fund or other fund if so indicated:
      (cq)    Forestry – reforestation. As a continuing appropriation, from the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule for reforestation of state forests and nursery operations as provided under chs. 26 and 28.
      (cr)    Forestry – recording fees. From the conservation fund, all moneys received under ss. 77.82 (2m) (d) and (4) and 77.88 (2) (ac) 1. for the payment of fees to the registers of deeds under s. 77.91 (5).
      (cs)    Forestry – forest fire emergencies. Except as provided in s. 26.11 (7), from the conservation fund, all moneys received from other states for forest fire fighting activities provided by the department to be used for forest fire fighting activities.
      (ct)    Timber sales contracts – repair and reimbursement costs. From the conservation fund, all moneys received by the department as sureties under s. 28.05 (1) to be used to repair damage and recover costs incurred by the improper performance of timber sales contracts and to reimburse persons who provide sureties as provided in s. 28.05 (1).
      (cu)    Forestry – forestry education curriculum. From the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule for the development of a forestry education curriculum under s. 26.39 (2).
      (cv)    Forestry – forestry emergency reserve. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the costs of responding to significant forest fire, disease, infestation, or other natural disasters affecting forests. No expenditure may be made from this appropriation except upon approval of the joint committee on finance after a determination that the moneys are needed and that no appropriation of federal funds is available for that purpose.
      (cw)    Forestry – Pattison communications tower. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the cost of constructing a communications tower at Pattison Ranger Station in Pattison State Park in the town of Superior, Douglas County.
      (cx)    Forestry – management plans. From the conservation fund, all moneys received under s. 77.82 (2m) (ag) for payment for management plans prepared or completed by plan writers who are under contract with the department under s. 77.82 (3).
      (cy)    Forestry – cooperating foresters and private contractors. From the conservation fund, all moneys received under s. 28.05 (3) (c) for payment to cooperating foresters and private contractors to be used for those payments.
      (cz)    Forestry – management of national forest land. From the conservation fund, all moneys received from the sale of timber from federal land under a cooperative agreement under s. 28.15 to be used to administer, implement, and pay costs associated with the cooperative agreement and any contracts entered into under s. 28.15 (3) and to lapse the amounts under s. 28.15 (5).
      (jr)    Rental property and equipment – maintenance and replacement. From the conservation fund, all moneys received by the department from the rental of real property and equipment that are owned by the department and are utilized for forestry operations, to be used for the maintenance and replacement of this real property and equipment.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. All moneys not otherwise appropriated that are received from private or public sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for forestry facilities, materials, or services provided by the department relating to forestry functions to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials, or services.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. All moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for forestry facilities, materials, or services provided by the department relating to resource management under an agreement or other arrangement with the department or other state agencies to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials, or services.
      (mv)    General program operations – state funds; forestry. From the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations that relate to the management and protection of the state’s forestry resources and that are conducted under ss. 23.09 to 23.11 and 27.01, subch. VI of ch. 77, and chs. 26 and 28, to make the payments under s. 77.89 (1) (b), and to pay the initial costs of administering and implementing a cooperative agreement under s. 28.15 and any contracts entered into under s. 28.15 (3).
      (mz)    Forest fire emergencies – federal funds. Except as provided in s. 26.11 (7), from the conservation fund, all moneys received as federal aid for forest fire fighting activities provided by the department to be used for forest fire fighting activities.
      (nz)    General program operations – federal funds. From the conservation fund, all moneys received as federal aid for forestry management, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 for the purposes for which received.
   (3)   Public safety.
20.370(3)(ak) (ak) Law enforcement – snowmobile enforcement and safety training; service funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for snowmobile enforcement operations under ss. 350.055, 350.12 (4) (a) 2m., 3., and 3m., and 350.155 and for safety training and fatality reporting. All moneys transferred from the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm) 8k. shall be credited to this appropriation account. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), the unencumbered balance on June 30 of each year shall revert to the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm).
      (aq)    Law enforcement – snowmobile enforcement and safety training. The amounts in the schedule from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund for state law enforcement operations under ss. 350.055, 350.12 (4) (a) 2m., 3., and 3m., and 350.155 and for safety training and fatality reporting.
      (ar)    Law enforcement – boat enforcement and safety training. Annually, from the moneys received under s. 30.52 (3), the amounts in the schedule for boat law enforcement by the state and for boat safety training.
      (as)    Law enforcement – all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle enforcement. The amounts in the schedule from moneys received from all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle fees under s. 23.33 (2) (c) to (e), for state law enforcement operations related to all-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles, including actual enforcement, safety training, accident reporting, and similar activities.
      (at)    Education and safety programs. For programs or courses of instruction under ss. 23.33 (5) (d), 29.591, 30.74 (1) (a) and 350.055 (1). All moneys remitted to the department under ss. 23.33 (5) (d), 29.563 (12) (c) 2., 29.591 (3), 30.74 (1) (b), and 350.055 (1) shall be credited to this appropriation.
      (ax)    Law enforcement – water resources enforcement. The amounts in the schedule for state law enforcement operations related to protecting the state’s water resources.
      (ay)    Off-highway motorcycle safety certification program. All moneys remitted to the department under s. 23.335 (14), for the off-highway motorcycle safety certification program under s. 23.335 (14).
      (bg)    Enforcement – stationary sources. From the general fund, from the moneys received from fees imposed under s. 285.69 (2) (a) and (e) and (2e), the amounts in the schedule for enforcement operations related to stationary sources of air contaminants.
      (ca)    Law enforcement – technology; state funds. Biennially, from the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for acquiring law enforcement technology.
      (cq)    Law enforcement – technology; environmental fund. Biennially, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for acquiring law enforcement technology.
      (cr)    Law enforcement – technology; conservation fund. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for acquiring law enforcement technology.
      (ma)    General program operations – state funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for regulatory and enforcement operations under chs. 30, 31 and 280 to 299 and ss. 44.47, 59.692, 59.693, 61.351, 61.353, 61.354, 62.231, 62.233, 62.234 and 87.30, for reimbursement of the conservation fund for expenses incurred for actions taken under s. 323.12 (2) (c), and for enforcement of the treaty-based, off-reservation rights to fish, hunt, and gather held by members of federally recognized American Indian tribes or bands.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. From the general fund, all moneys not otherwise appropriated that are received from private or public sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for facilities, materials or services provided by the department relating to enforcement of laws administered by it to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials or services.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for facilities, materials or services provided by the department relating to enforcement of laws administered by it under an agreement or other arrangement with the department or other state agencies to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials and services.
      (mm)    General program operations – federal funds. From the general fund, all moneys received as federal aid for enforcement activities, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, to be expended for those activities.
      (mq)    General program operations – environmental fund. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for the enforcement and administration of the environmental provisions under chs. 30, 160, and 280 to 299.
      (mu)    General program operations – state funds. The amounts in the schedule for law enforcement operations under ss. 23.09 to 23.11, 90.21, and 323.12 (2) (c) and chs. 29, 30, and 169.
      (my)    General program operations – federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government to be used in accordance with s. 25.29 for enforcement purposes.
   (4)   Environmental management.
20.370(4)(ac) (ac) Wisconsin River monitoring and study. The amounts in the schedule for the Wisconsin River monitoring and study under s. 281.14. No moneys may be encumbered under this paragraph after June 30, 2015.
      (af)    Water resources – remedial action. As a continuing appropriation from the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for remedial action in the Great Lakes and their tributaries under s. 281.83.
      (ag)    Water resources – pollution credits. From the general fund, all moneys received under s. 283.84 (1) (c) for activities to reduce water pollution, as provided in agreements under s. 283.84 (1) (c).
      (ah)    Water resources – Great Lakes protection fund. From the general fund, all moneys received from the Great Lakes protection fund for Great Lakes protection activities under s. 281.85.
      (ai)    Water resources – water use fees. From the general fund, all moneys received under s. 281.346 (12) for activities related to water use and the administration of s. 281.346.
      (aj)    Water resources-ballast water discharge permits. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees collected under s. 283.35 (1m) to administer and enforce the ballast water discharge permit program under s. 283.35 (1m) and for grants under 2009 Wisconsin Act 28, section 9137 (3w).
      (aq)    Water resources management – lake, river, and invasive species management. The amounts in the schedule for lake and river management and other water resource management activities and for the invasive species program under s. 23.22.
      (ar)    Water resources – groundwater management. Biennially, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for groundwater management.
      (au)    Cooperative remedial action; contributions. From the environmental fund, all moneys received under s. 292.51 (2) for cooperative remedial action to conduct the cooperative remedial action for which received.
      (av)    Cooperative remedial action; interest on contributions. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient equal to the amounts earned by the investment fund on revenue received by the department of natural resources under par. (au), as determined quarterly by the department of administration, to conduct cooperative remedial action.
      (bL)    Wastewater management – fees. From the general fund, from the moneys received under. ss. 281.17 (3) and s. 281.48 (4s) (a), all moneys not appropriated under sub. (9) (fL), for the certification of operators of water systems, wastewater treatment plants, and septage servicing vehicles and for wastewater management activities.
      (bn)    Air management – emission analysis. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees collected under s. 285.53 (1) (c) 3. for the purpose of reviewing and preparing analyses of emissions from certain medical waste incinerators.
      (bo)    Air management – permit review and enforcement. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for any purpose specified under s. 285.69 (1) or (5), except for purposes described in par. (cn), and for other activities to reduce air pollution, as provided in s. 285.69 (6). All moneys received from fees imposed under s. 285.69 (1), (1d), and (5), except moneys appropriated under par. (cn), shall be credited to this appropriation.
      (bp)    Air waste management – incinerator operator certification. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees under s. 285.51 for the purpose of administering s. 285.51.
      (bt)    Air management – mobile sources. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for air quality management programs, including the development and implementation of plans under s. 285.11 (6), related primarily to mobile sources of air contaminants.
      (cg)    Groundwater quantity administration. From the general fund, from the moneys received under s. 281.34, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of the program under s. 281.34 and, before July 1, 2010, for the administration of s. 281.346.
      (ch)    Groundwater quantity research. Biennially, from the general fund, from the moneys received under s. 281.34, the amounts in the schedule for groundwater research and monitoring under s. 281.34 (10).
      (cL)    Air management – recovery of ozone-depleting refrigerants. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for administration of the recovery of ozone-depleting refrigerants program. All moneys received from fees under s. 285.59 (5) (a) 2. shall be credited to this appropriation.
      (cm)    Air management – state permit sources. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for purposes related to stationary sources of air contaminants for which an operation permit is required under s. 285.60 but not under the federal clean air act as specified in s. 285.69 (2m) (bm). All moneys received from fees imposed under s. 285.69 (2m) shall be credited to this appropriation account.
      (cn)    Air management – asbestos management. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees imposed under s. 285.69 (1) (c) on persons proposing asbestos abatement projects and all moneys received under s. 285.69 (3) for asbestos abatement inspections, for costs related to exempting asbestos abatement projects from air pollution control permits and for inspections of asbestos demolition and renovation projects.
      (co)    Air management – stationary sources. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for purposes related to stationary sources of air contaminants as specified in s. 285.69 (2) (c). All moneys received from fees under s. 285.69 (2) (a) and (e) and (2e), except moneys appropriated under subs. (3) (bg), (8) (mg) and (9) (mh), and all moneys received from fees imposed under s. 285.69 (7) shall be credited to this appropriation.
      (cq)    River and stream monitoring and study. The amounts in the schedule for the river and stream monitoring and study under s. 281.145. No funds may be encumbered under this paragraph after June 30, 2021.
      (cr)    Hydrologic evaluation and modeling. As a continuing appropriation, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule to conduct the hydrologic evaluation and modeling under s. 281.34 (7m).
      (cv)    Air quality monitoring stations. Biennially, from the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for the air quality monitoring stations under s. 285.72.
      (cw)    Air management – motor vehicle emission inspection and maintenance program, petroleum inspection fund. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of the motor vehicle emission inspection and maintenance program under s. 285.30.
      (dg)    Solid waste management – solid and hazardous waste disposal administration. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees under ss. 289.42 (1), 289.43 (7) (e) 1. and 2., 289.61, 291.05 (7) and 291.33, for the purpose of administering ss. 289.42 (1), 289.43, 289.47, 289.53, 289.95, 291.23, 291.25, 291.29, 291.31 and 291.87 and subch. III of ch. 289.
      (dh)    Solid waste management – remediated property. From the general fund, all moneys received under ss. 292.11 (7) (d) 2., 292.13 (3), 292.15 (5), 292.21 (1) (c) 1. d., 292.31 (7) (d), 292.35 (13), 292.55 (2), 292.57 (2), and 292.94 for the department’s activities related to the issuance of determinations under s. 292.13 (2), remedial action cost recovery under s. 292.35, remediation of property under ss. 292.11 (7) (d), 292.15 (2), 292.55 (1), and 292.57, providing management and technical support for remedial action under 42 USC § 9601 to 9675, and conducting reviews described in s. 292.94.
      (dq)    Solid waste management – waste management fund. From the waste management fund, all moneys received in the waste management fund, except moneys appropriated under pars. (dt), (dy) and (dz), for the purpose of administering a program of corrective action, closure and long-term care of and environmental repairs to solid and hazardous waste facilities under s. 289.68.
      (dt)    Solid waste management – closure and long-term care. From the waste management fund, all moneys received under s. 289.41 (11) (a) 1., 3. and 4. for compliance with closure and long-term care requirements under s. 289.41 (11) (b) 1.
      (du)    Solid waste management – site-specific remediation. From the environmental fund, all moneys not otherwise appropriated, other than fines and forfeitures, that are received under settlement agreements or orders in settlement of actions or proposed actions for violations of chs. 280 to 299 and that are designated to be used to restore or develop environmental resources, to provide restitution, or to make expenditures required under an agreement or order and all moneys received in settlement of actions initiated under 42 USC § 9601 to 9675 for environmental remediation, restoration, and development, including the replacement of fish or wildlife, that has not been conducted when the moneys are received, to carry out the purposes for which received.
      (dv)    Solid waste management – environmental repair; spills; abandoned containers. As a continuing appropriation, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of the environmental repair program under s. 292.31; for the hazardous substance spills program under s. 292.11; for the abandoned container program under s. 292.41; consistent with a court order under s. 283.87, to remove, terminate or remedy the adverse effects of a discharge or deposit of pollutants into the waters of the state, to restore or develop the water environment for public use or to provide grants under s. 283.87 (4); and for the payment of this state’s share of environmental repair which is funded under 42 USC § 9601, et seq., and any additional costs which this state is required to incur under 42 USC § 9601, et seq.
      (dw)    Solid waste management – environmental repair; petroleum spills; administration. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of ss. 292.63 and 292.64.
      (dy)    Solid waste management – corrective action; proofs of financial responsibility. From the waste management fund, all moneys received under s. 289.41 (11) (am) 1. for compliance with corrective action requirements under s. 289.41 (11) (bm) at facilities which forfeit or convert proof of financial responsibility under s. 289.41 (11) (am) 1.
      (dz)    Solid waste management – corrective action; moneys recovered from assessments and legal action. From the waste management fund, all moneys received under s. 289.41 (11) (am) 3. and 4. for compliance with corrective action requirements under s. 289.41 (11) (bm).
      (eg)    Solid waste facility siting board fee. From the general fund, all moneys received from the fee under s. 289.64 to be transferred to the appropriation under s. 20.505 (4) (k).
      (eh)    Solid waste management – source reduction review. From the general fund, all moneys received from fees collected under s. 287.07 (8) (d) for the purpose of reviewing medical waste source reduction policies and assessments.
      (eq)    Solid waste management – dry cleaner environmental response. From the dry cleaner environmental response fund, the amounts in the schedule for review of remedial action under s. 292.65.
      (fq)    Indemnification agreements. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to provide indemnification under agreements under s. 292.70.
      (gr)    Solid waste management – mining programs. From the investment and local impact fund, all moneys received under s. 70.395 (2) (j) for the purpose of making payments for the long-term care of mining waste sites under s. 289.68 and received under s. 70.395 (2) (k) for the purpose of making payments for environmental repair of mining waste sites under s. 292.31 (1), (3) and (7).
      (hq)    Recycling; administration. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of subch. II of ch. 287, other than ss. 287.21 and 287.23.
      (hr)    Electronic waste recycling. From the environmental fund, all moneys received under s. 287.17 (4) and (10) (j) for administration of the electronic waste recycling program under s. 287.17.
      (jq)    Beaver Dam Lake restoration. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to provide a grant to the Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association for restoration of shoreline along Beaver Dam Lake at Puckagee Springs Creek.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (jq) is repealed eff. 7-1-23 by 2021 Wis. Act 58.
      (jr)    Clam Falls dam project. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to provide a grant to Polk County for repairs to the dam on Clam River near the Town of Clam Falls.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (jr) is repealed eff. 7-1-23 by 2021 Wis. Act 58.
      (js)    Dead Pike Lake restoration. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to provide a grant to the town of Manitowish Waters in Vilas County for installation of a water control structure.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (js) is repealed eff. 7-1-23 by 2021 Wis. Act 58.
      (jt)    Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River Commission grant. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to make a grant to the Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River Commission for strategic planning and to pursue grant funding opportunities.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (jt) is repealed eff. 7-1-23 by 2021 Wis. Act 58.
      (ju)    Nekoosa storm water project. Biennially, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule to provide a grant to the city of Nekoosa in Wood County for a storm water management project.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (ju) is repealed eff. 7-1-23 by 2021 Wis. Act 58.
      (ks)    Aquatic invasive species control; voluntary contributions. As a continuing appropriation, all moneys received from the fishing and boating voluntary contributions under ss. 29.564 (2) and 30.52 (3m) (b) to be used for research by the department concerning invasive species that are aquatic species, for grants under s. 23.22 (2) (c) to control invasive species that are aquatic species, and for promotional activities and materials to encourage voluntary contributions under ss. 29.564 and 30.52 (3m).
      (ma)    General program operations – state funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the management and protection of the state’s water resources and for environmental quality and environmental management purposes.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. From the general fund, all moneys not otherwise appropriated that are received from private or public sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for facilities, materials, or services provided by the department relating to its environmental quality functions and to the management of the state’s water resources.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for purposes relating to its environmental management functions and to the state’s water resources.
      (mm)    General program operations – federal funds. From the general fund, all moneys received as federal aid for the state’s water resources and for environmental quality purposes, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the purposes for which received.
      (mq)    General program operations – environmental fund. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for administration of environmental activities under chs. 160, 281, 283, 285, and 289 to 299.
      (mr)    General program operations – nonpoint source. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for performing the duties of the department under s. 281.65.
      (ms)    General program operations – environmental fund; federal funds. From the environmental fund, all moneys received from the federal government as reimbursement or for purposes related to the hazardous substances spills program, the abandoned container program or the environmental repair program for the administration of those programs.
      (mt)    General program operations – environmental improvement programs; state funds. From the environmental improvement fund, the amounts in the schedule for general program operations under s. 281.58, 281.59, 281.60, 281.61, 281.62, or 283.31.
      (mv)    General program operations – brownfields. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for administration of activities related to brownfields, as defined in s. 238.13 (1) (a).
      (mx)    General program operations – clean water fund program; federal funds. As a continuing appropriation, from the clean water fund program federal revolving loan fund account in the environmental improvement fund, all moneys received from the federal government for general program operations of the clean water fund program, for general program operations of the clean water fund program under s. 281.58 or 281.59.
      (my)    General program operations – environmental fund; federal funds. From the environmental fund, all moneys received as federal aid for the state’s water resources, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the purposes for which received.
      (nz)    General program operations – safe drinking water loan programs; federal funds. From the safe drinking water loan program federal revolving loan fund account in the environmental improvement fund, all moneys received from the federal government for the general program operations of the safe drinking water loan program under s. 281.59 or 281.61 and other drinking water quality activities under s. 281.62 to be used for those operations and activities.
      (ps)    Fire fighting foam. As a continuing appropriation, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for fire fighting foam collection.
   (5)   Conservation aids.
20.370(5)(af) (af) Resource aids – walleye production; grants. Biennially, from the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants for the purpose of walleye production under s. 29.739.
      (aq)    Resource aids – Canadian agencies migratory waterfowl aids. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts received from waterfowl hunting stamps specified under s. 29.191 (1) to be contributed to governmental or nonprofit agencies in Canada for the propagation, management and control of migratory waterfowl.
      (ar)    Resource aids – county conservation aids. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for county fish and game projects under s. 23.09 (12).
      (as)    Recreation aids – fish, wildlife and forestry recreation aids. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for wildlife habitat development and planning on county forest lands, and recreational development on county forest lands under s. 23.09 (11).
      (at)    Ice age trail area grants. The amounts in the schedule for the ice age trail area grants under s. 23.295.
      (au)    Resource aids – Ducks Unlimited, Inc., payments. All moneys received under s. 341.14 (6r) (b) 7. for payments to Ducks Unlimited, Inc., under s. 23.0965 (1).
      (av)    Resource aids – forest grants. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for forest grants under s. 26.38.
      (aw)    Resource aids – nonprofit conservation organizations. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for grants to nonstock, nonprofit corporations under ss. 23.0955 (2) and 23.0956 for assistance to nonprofit conservation organizations under ss. 23.0955 and 23.0956.
      (ax)    Resource aids – forestry. The amounts in the schedule for forestry education and professional development and for the programs and purposes under s. 28.085.
      (ay)    Resource aids – urban land conservation. The amounts in the schedule for the annual grant to a nonstock, nonprofit corporation under s. 23.0957.
      (az)    Resource aids – urban forestry grants. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for urban forestry grants under s. 23.097.
      (bq)    Resource aids – county forest loans; severance share payments. All moneys received from acreage loan severance share payments as calculated under s. 28.11 (9) (ag) 1. for county forest loans under s. 28.11 (8) (b), except as provided in s. 28.11 (9) (ar).
      (br)    Resource aids – forest croplands and managed forest land aids. The amounts in the schedule for local aids to counties under s. 23.09 (18).
      (bs)    Resource aids – county forest loans. The amounts in the schedule to provide county forest loans under s. 28.11 (8) (b).
      (bt)    Resource aids – county forest project loans. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule to provide county forest loans under s. 28.11 (8) (b) 2.
      (bu)    Resource aids – county forest project loans; severance share payments. All moneys received from project loan severance share payments as calculated under s. 28.11 (9) (ag) 2 for county forest loans under s. 28.11 (8) (b) 2., except as provided in s. 28.11 (9) (ar).
      (bv)    Resource aids – county forests, forest croplands and managed forest land aids. A sum sufficient to pay county forest aids under s. 28.11 (8) (a), forest croplands aids under subch. I of ch. 77 and managed forest land aids under ss. 77.85 and 77.89 (1) (a).
      (bw)    Resource aids – county sustainable forestry and county forest administration grants. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for county sustainable forestry grants under s. 28.11 (5r) and county forest administration grants under s. 28.11 (5m).
      (bx)    Resource aids – national forest income aids. All moneys received from the U.S. government for allotments to school districts containing national forest lands shall be distributed in proportion to the national forest acreage in each school district as certified by the U.S. forest service. Such distribution shall be made annually within 60 days after receipt of the money from the federal government.
      (by)    Resource aids – fire suppression grants. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule for grants for fire suppression clothing, supplies, equipment, and vehicles, for acquiring fire prevention materials, and for training fire fighters under s. 26.145.
      (bz)    Resource aids – forestry outdoor activity grants. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for grants awarded under s. 77.895.
      (cb)    Recreation aids – snowmobile trail and area aids; general fund. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the purposes specified under s. 350.12 (4) (b).
      (cq)    Recreation aids – recreational boating and other projects. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for recreational boating aids under s. 30.92, for the grant for Black Point Estate under s. 23.0962, for the Portage levee system and the Portage canal under s. 31.309, for development of a state park under s. 23.198, and for the engineering and environmental study under s. 31.307.
      (cr)    Recreation aids – county snowmobile trail and area aids. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund to provide state aid to counties for snowmobile trails and areas consistent with the requirements of ss. 23.09 (26) and 350.12 (4) (b).
      (cs)    Recreation aids – snowmobile trail areas. As a continuing appropriation, from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund an amount equal to the estimated snowmobile gas tax payment, as determined under s. 25.29 (1) (d), for the purposes specified under s. 350.12 (4) (b).
      (ct)    Recreation aids – all-terrain vehicle project aids; gas tax payment. As a continuing appropriation, an amount equal to the estimated all-terrain vehicle gas tax payment to provide aid to towns, villages, cities, counties, and federal agencies for nonstate all-terrain vehicle projects and to provide aid to nonprofit organizations for the production of maps and digital information applications under s. 23.33 (9) (b) 7., communications equipment under s. 23.33 (9) (b) 8., and the placement of signs developed under s. 23.33 (4z) (a) 3.
      (cu)    Recreation aids – all-terrain vehicle project aids. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule from moneys received from all-terrain vehicle fees under s. 23.33 (2) (c) to (e) to provide aid to towns, villages, cities, counties, and federal agencies for nonstate all-terrain vehicle projects and to provide aid to nonprofit organizations for the production of maps and digital information applications under s. 23.33 (9) (b) 7., communications equipment under s. 23.33 (9) (b) 8., and the placement of signs developed under s. 23.33 (4z) (a) 3.
      (cv)    Recreation aids – Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River Commission. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River Commission to make grants that support activities that are required or authorized under subch. VI of ch. 33.
      (cw)    Recreation aids – supplemental snowmobile trail aids. As a continuing appropriation, from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund an amount equal to the amount calculated under s. 350.12 (4) (bg) 2. for the purposes specified in s. 350.12 (4) (b).
      (cx)    Recreation aids – all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle safety enhancement program. A sum sufficient equal to the amount determined under s. 23.33 (5m) (e) to provide funding to organizations to assist with the all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle safety enhancement program under s. 23.33 (5m) (d).
      (cy)    Recreation and resource aids, federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government for aids to localities.
20.370 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also s. NR 50.01, Wis. adm. code.
      (cz)    Resource aids – interpretive center. The amounts in the schedule for a grant to the Florence Wild Rivers Interpretive Center under s. 30.255.
      (da)    Aids in lieu of taxes – general fund. From the general fund, a sum sufficient to pay aids to municipalities for state lands under ss. 70.113 and 70.114, to the extent that these payments are not made under par. (dq) or (dr).
      (dq)    Aids in lieu of taxes – lands acquired before a specified date. A sum sufficient to pay aids to municipalities for state lands under s. 70.113.
      (dr)    Aids in lieu of taxes – lands acquired after a specified date. A sum sufficient to pay 50 percent of the aids to municipalities for state lands under s. 70.114.
      (dx)    Resource aids – payment in lieu of taxes; federal. All moneys received from the federal government attributable to payments associated with national forest lands for distribution to towns, villages and cities in proportion to the level of municipal services provided and the number of acres of national forest lands within each municipality in accordance with 31 USC § 6907.
      (dy)    Resource aids – distribution of closed acreage fees. The amounts in the schedule for the payments to counties and municipalities under 2015 Wisconsin Act 358, section 100 (2), and under 2017 Wisconsin Act 59, section 9133 (6p).
      (ea)    Enforcement aids – spearfishing enforcement. As a continuing appropriation from the general fund, the amounts in the schedule to make payments to counties and municipalities under s. 29.947 to reimburse them for certain law enforcement costs associated with spearfishing.
      (eq)    Enforcement aids – boating enforcement. From the moneys received under s. 30.52 (3), the amounts in the schedule for the payment of state aids under s. 30.79, after first deducting the amounts appropriated under sub. (3) (ar).
      (er)    Enforcement aids – all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle enforcement. The amounts in the schedule from moneys received from all-terrain vehicle and utility terrain vehicle fees under s. 23.33 (2) (c) to (e) for local law enforcement aids.
      (es)    Enforcement aids – snowmobiling enforcement. The amounts in the schedule from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund to provide law enforcement aids to counties as authorized under s. 350.12 (4) (a) 4. to be used exclusively for the enforcement of ch. 350.
      (eu)    Recreation aids – utility terrain vehicle project aids. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule from moneys received from utility terrain vehicle fees under s. 23.33 (2) (c) to (e) to provide aid to towns, villages, cities, counties, and federal agencies for nonstate utility terrain vehicle projects.
      (ex)    Enforcement aids – federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54 for aids to localities.
      (fc)    Summer tribal youth program. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the summer tribal youth program under s. 23.09 (27).
      (fq)    Wildlife damage claims and abatement. All moneys received under ss. 29.181, 29.559 (1r), and 29.563 (13) and not appropriated under par. (fr) and subs. (1) (hs), (hx), and (Ls) and (5) (fs) to provide state aid for the wildlife damage abatement program under s. 29.889 (5) (c) and the wildlife damage claim program under s. 29.889 (7) (d), for county administration costs under s. 29.889 (2) (d), and for payments under s. 29.89.
      (fr)    Wildlife abatement and control grants. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule from moneys received under s. 29.563 (13) for wildlife abatement and control grants under s. 29.887.
      (fs)    Venison and wild turkey processing. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule from moneys received under s. 29.563 (13) for the venison and wild turkey processing and donation program under s. 29.89 and for promotional and educational activities and materials to encourage voluntary contributions under s. 29.565.
      (ft)    Venison and wild turkey processing; voluntary contributions. All moneys received from voluntary contributions under s. 29.565 to be used for payments under the venison and wild turkey processing and donation program under s. 29.89 and for promotional and educational activities and materials to encourage voluntary contributions under s. 29.565.
      (fv)    Wolf depredation program. All moneys received from the issuance of wolf harvesting licenses under s. 29.185 and all processing fees received as authorized under s. 29.553 (1) (hr) to be used for the wolf depredation program under s. 29.888 (1m).
      (fw)    Resource aids – Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin payments. All moneys received under s. 23.09 (23) (b) for payments to the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin under s. 23.09 (23) (d).
      (gr)    Recreation aids – utility terrain vehicle project aids; gas tax payment. As a continuing appropriation, an amount equal to the estimated utility terrain vehicle gas tax payment to provide aid to towns, villages, cities, counties, and federal agencies for nonstate utility vehicle projects.
      (hq)    Department land acquisition. From the moneys received by the department for forestry activities, the amounts in the schedule for transfer to the capital improvement fund.
      (hr)    County forest grants. From the moneys received by the department for forestry activities, the amounts in the schedule for transfer to the capital improvement fund.
   (6)   Environmental aids. From the general fund or other fund if so indicated:
      (aq)    Environmental aids; nonpoint source. Biennially, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants and assistance under the nonpoint source water pollution abatement program under s. 281.65.
      (ar)    Environmental aids – lake protection. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for grants and contracts under ss. 281.68 and 281.69.
      (as)    Environmental aids – invasive aquatic species and lake monitoring and protection. Biennially, from the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants under s. 23.22 (2) (c) to control invasive species that are aquatic species and for lake monitoring and protection contracts under s. 281.68 (1t).
      (au)    Environmental aids – river protection; environmental fund. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for river protection grants under s. 281.70. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), on June 30 of each fiscal year the unencumbered balance in this appropriation account shall be transferred to the appropriation account under par. (ar).
      (av)    Environmental aids – river protection; lake monitoring and protection contracts; conservation fund. Biennially, from the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule for river protection grants and contracts under s. 281.70 and for lake monitoring and protection contracts under s. 281.68 (1t).
      (aw)    Environmental aids – river protection, nonprofit organization contracts. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for contracts under s. 281.72.
      (bu)    Financial assistance for responsible units. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants to responsible units under s. 287.23 and for the grant under 2009 Wisconsin Act 28, section 9137 (1q).
      (bw)    Recycling consolidation grants. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for recycling consolidation grants under s. 287.24.
      (cm)    Environmental aids – federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government to aid localities.
      (cr)    Environmental aids – compensation for well contamination and abandonment. As a continuing appropriation, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule to pay compensation under s. 281.75.
      (da)    Environmental planning aids – local water quality planning. The amounts in the schedule to provide state assistance to designated local agencies and to local governmental units that are not designated local agencies for water quality planning activities under s. 281.51.
      (dm)    Environmental planning aids – federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government to aid local units of government and designated local agencies for environmental planning, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for those purposes.
      (dq)    Environmental aids – urban nonpoint source. Biennially, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule to provide financial assistance for urban nonpoint source water pollution abatement and storm water management under s. 281.66 and for municipal flood control and riparian restoration under s. 281.665, for the flood risk reduction pilot project under 2019 Wisconsin Act 157, section 2 (1), and to make the grants under 2009 Wisconsin Act 28, section 9137 (5q) and (6i) and 2017 Wisconsin Act 59, section 9133 (8t).
      (ef)    Brownfields revolving loan repayments. All moneys received in repayment of loans under s. 292.72, to make loans or grants for the remediation of brownfield sites under s. 292.72.
      (eg)    Groundwater mitigation and local assistance. All moneys received under s. 281.34 not appropriated under sub. (4) (cg) or (ch) for mitigation under s. 281.34 (8) (d) and (9) (d) and funding to local governmental units under s. 281.34 (9) (b).
      (eh)    Brownfields revolving loan funds administered for other entity. All moneys received from another governmental entity under s. 292.72 (2), to administer a brownfield revolving loan program for the other governmental entity under s. 292.72 (2).
      (em)    Federal brownfields revolving loan funds. All moneys received from the federal government under s. 292.72 (1), to make loans or grants for the remediation of brownfield sites under s. 292.72 (1).
      (eq)    Environmental aids – dry cleaner environmental response. Biennially, from the dry cleaner environmental response fund, the amounts in the schedule for financial assistance under s. 292.65 and to make transfers required under s. 292.65 (11).
      (er)    Vapor control system removal grants. Biennially, from the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for vapor control system removal grants under s. 285.31 (6).
      (ev)    Reimbursement for disposal of contaminated sediment. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for reimbursement for out-of-state disposal of contaminated sediment under s. 292.68.
      (fr)    Petroleum storage environmental remedial action; awards. Biennially, from the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule to pay awards under s. 292.63, legal costs incurred under s. 292.63 (7m), amounts to reduce principal of outstanding revenue obligations issued pursuant to s. 292.63 (9m) and, if the department promulgates rules under s. 292.63 (2) (i) 1., to purchase, or provide funding to purchase, insurance described in s. 292.63 (2) (i) 2.
      (fs)    Petroleum storage environmental remedial action revenue bonding; awards. From the petroleum inspection fund, a sum sufficient not to exceed the net proceeds of special fund obligations issued pursuant to s. 292.63 (9m) to pay awards under s. 292.63 (4) and legal costs incurred under s. 292.63 (7m). Estimated disbursements under this paragraph shall not be included in the schedule under s. 20.005.
      (fv)    Removal of underground petroleum storage tanks. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for the removal of abandoned underground petroleum storage tanks under s. 292.64.
   (7)   Debt service and development. From the general fund or other fund if so indicated:
      (aa)    Resource acquisition and development – principal repayment and interest. A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the placement of structures and fill under s. 30.203, in financing the acquisition, construction, development, enlargement, or improvement of state recreation facilities under s. 20.866 (2) (tp) and (tr), in financing state aids for land acquisition and development of local parks under s. 20.866 (2) (tq), in financing land acquisition activities under s. 20.866 (2) (ts) and (tt), in financing the aid program for dams under s. 20.866 (2) (tx), in financing ice age trail development under s. 20.866 (2) (tw), in financing the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson stewardship program under s. 20.866 (2) (tz) and in financing the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson stewardship 2000 program under s. 20.866 (2) (ta), and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a). Payments may not be made from this appropriation account for principal and interest costs incurred in financing land acquisition and development of state forests under ss. 20.866 (2) (ta) and (tz) until all moneys available under par. (au) have been expended.
      (ad)    Land sales – principal repayment. All moneys received from the proceeds from the sale of land and property under s. 23.145 to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal on outstanding public debt incurred under the Warren Knowles-Gaylord Nelson stewardship 2000 program under s. 23.0917 and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (ag)    Land acquisition – principal repayment and interest. All moneys received from proceeds from the sale of land under s. 23.0917 (5m) (b) 2. to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing land acquisition under s. 23.0917 (5m) from the appropriation under s. 20.866 (2) (ta) and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (aq)    Resource acquisition and development – principal repayment and interest. From the conservation fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing land acquisition activities under s. 20.866 (2) (ty) and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (ar)    Dam repair and removal – principal repayment and interest. From the conservation fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the aid program for dams under s. 20.866 (2) (tL) and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (at)    Recreation development – principal repayment and interest. From the conservation fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in acquiring, constructing, developing, enlarging, or improving state recreation facilities and state fish hatcheries under s. 20.866 (2) (tu) and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (au)    State forest acquisition and development – principal repayment and interest. From the conservation fund, the amounts in the schedule to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing land acquisition and development for state forests from the appropriations under s. 20.866 (2) (ta) and (tz) and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (bq)    Principal repayment and interest – remedial action. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing remedial action under ss. 281.83 and 292.31 and for the payment of this state’s share of environmental repair that is funded under 42 USC § 960l to 9675 and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (br)    Principal repayment and interest – contaminated sediment. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the principal and interest costs incurred in financing projects to remove contaminated sediment under s. 20.866 (2) (ti), to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing those projects, and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (cb)    Principal repayment and interest – pollution abatement bonds. A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the acquisition, construction, development, enlargement or improvement of point source water pollution abatement facilities and sewage collection facilities under ss. 281.55, 281.56 and 281.57 and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a), to the extent that these payments are not made under par. (ct).
      (cc)    Principal repayment and interest – combined sewer overflow; pollution abatement bonds. A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the construction of combined sewer overflow projects under s. 281.63 and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (cd)    Principal repayment and interest – municipal clean drinking water grants. A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in making municipal clean drinking water grants under s. 281.53 and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (cg)    Principal repayment and interest – nonpoint repayments. All moneys received as repayments of cash surpluses and cash advances from recipients of grants under the nonpoint source water pollution abatement program under s. 281.65, to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in providing funds under s. 20.866 (2) (te) for nonpoint source water pollution projects under s. 281.65, to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing those projects, and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (cq)    Principal repayment and interest – nonpoint source grants. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in providing funds under s. 20.866 (2) (te) for nonpoint source water pollution abatement projects under s. 281.65, to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing those projects, to the extent that these payments are not made under par. (cg), and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (cr)    Principal repayment and interest – nonpoint source. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing nonpoint source projects under s. 20.866 (2) (tf), to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing those projects, and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (cs)    Principal repayment and interest – urban nonpoint source cost-sharing. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing cost-sharing grants for projects under s. 20.866 (2) (th), to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing those grants, and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (ct)    Principal and interest – pollution abatement, environmental fund. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the acquisition, construction, development, enlargement or improvement of point source water pollution abatement facilities and sewage collection facilities under ss. 281.55, 281.56 and 281.57, to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing those facilities, and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (dq)    Petroleum inspection fund – revenue obligation proceeds. As a continuing appropriation, all proceeds from revenue obligations that are issued under subch. II or IV of ch. 18, authorized under s. 292.63 (9m) and deposited in a fund in the state treasury created under s. 18.57 (1), to provide for reserves and for expenses of issuance and management of the revenue obligations, and the remainder to be transferred to the petroleum inspection fund for the purposes of the petroleum storage remedial action program under s. 292.63. Estimated disbursements under this paragraph shall not be included in the schedule under s. 20.005.
      (dr)    Petroleum inspection fund – revenue obligation repayment. From the petroleum inspection fund, a sum sufficient to repay the fund in the state treasury created under s. 18.57 (1), or the separate and distinct fund outside the state treasury under s. 18.562 (3), the amount needed to retire revenue obligations issued under subch. II or IV of ch. 18, as authorized under s. 292.63 (9m), and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.55 (6) with respect to revenue obligations issued under s. 292.63 (9m).
      (ds)    Revenue obligation debt service – petroleum inspection fund. From the fund in the state treasury created under s. 18.57 (1), all moneys received by the fund for the purpose of the retirement of revenue obligations, providing for reserves and for operations relating to the management and retirement of revenue obligations issued under subch. II or IV of ch. 18, as authorized under s. 292.63 (9m), and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.55 (6) with respect to revenue obligations issued under s. 292.63 (9m). All moneys received by the fund are irrevocably appropriated in accordance with subch. II of ch. 18 and further established in resolutions authorizing the issuance of the revenue obligations and setting forth the distribution of funds to be received thereafter. Estimated disbursements under this paragraph shall not be included in the schedule under s. 20.005.
      (ea)    Administrative facilities – principal repayment and interest. A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the acquisition, construction, development, enlargement, or improvement of administrative office, laboratory, equipment storage, or maintenance facilities and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (eq)    Administrative facilities – principal repayment and interest. From the conservation fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the acquisition, construction, development, enlargement, or improvement of administrative office, laboratory, equipment storage, or maintenance facilities and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (er)    Administrative facilities – principal repayment and interest; environmental fund. From the environmental fund, a sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the acquisition, construction, development, enlargement, or improvement of administrative office, laboratory, equipment storage, or maintenance facilities under s. 20.866 (2) (tk), to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing this acquisition, construction, development, enlargement, or improvement, and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
      (fa)    Resource maintenance and development – state funds. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the maintenance and development of state parks under ch. 27; of recreation areas, other than game or fish refuges, in state forests under ch. 28; of lands owned, managed, supervised or controlled by the department in the lower Wisconsin state riverway as defined in s. 30.40 (15); and of other recreational lands owned by the department, and for the maintenance of the ice age trail. Of the amounts appropriated under this paragraph, $50,000 may be expended only to match at the ratio of 1 to 1 funds received under par. (gg) from a county, city, village, town or organization after August 9, 1989, that are given specifically for the purchase of equipment and materials for maintenance of the ice age trail. At least $150,000 in each fiscal year shall be expended from this appropriation for maintaining and developing historic sites at least $10,000 of which shall be expended in each fiscal year for maintaining and developing Heritage Hill state park.
      (fk)    Resource acquisition and development – service funds; transportation moneys. All moneys received by the department from the department of transportation for the acquisition of land for, or for construction or development of, facilities, or for materials or services provided by the department, to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials or services.
      (fr)    Resource acquisition and development – boating access to southeastern lakes. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for state recreational boating projects that provide public access to inland waters, as defined in s. 29.001 (45), which are lakes in the region identified under s. 25.29 (7) (a).
      (fs)    Resource acquisition and development – state funds. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for land acquisition, development and improvement under s. 23.09 (2).
      (ft)    Resource acquisition and development – boating access. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for state recreational boating projects that provide public access to lakes.
      (fu)    Resource acquisition and development – nonmotorized boating improvements. From the conservation fund, all moneys received from contributions collected under s. 30.525 for the development or enhancement of programs or services which provide benefits relating directly to nonmotorized boating activities including, but not limited to, land acquisition and the development of public access sites and camping sites with access to water.
      (fw)    Resource acquisition and development – Mississippi and St. Croix rivers management. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for river management activities for habitat and recreational projects on the Mississippi and lower St. Croix rivers and for environmental and resource management studies on the Mississippi and lower St. Croix rivers.
      (fy)    Resource acquisition and development – federal funds. From the conservation fund, all moneys received from the federal government for land acquisition and development and improvement of land and facilities.
      (gg)    Ice age trail – gifts and grants. All moneys received from gifts, grants or bequests for the development of the ice age trail under s. 23.17 to be expended for the purposes for which made and received.
      (gq)    State trails – gifts and grants. From the conservation fund, all moneys received from gifts, grants or bequests for the development of state trails under s. 23.175 to be expended for the purposes for which made and received.
      (ha)    Facilities acquisition, development and maintenance. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the acquisition, development and construction costs of new structures and buildings and for the maintenance costs of existing structures and buildings under the control of the department.
      (hq)    Facilities acquisition, development and maintenance – conservation fund. From the conservation fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the acquisition, development and construction costs of new structures and buildings and for the maintenance costs of existing structures and buildings under the control of the department.
      (ht)    Property development – conservation fund. From the conservation fund, from moneys received by the department for forestry activities, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for property development on land under the management and control of the department.
      (hu)    Parks and trails development – conservation fund. From the conservation fund, from moneys received by the department for state parks and trails activities, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for parks and trails development and maintenance on state parks and trails property.
      (jr)    Rental property and equipment – maintenance and replacement. From the conservation fund, all moneys received by the department from the rental of real property and equipment that are owned by the department, except moneys appropriated under sub. (1) (jr) and (kt), to be used for the maintenance and replacement of this real property and equipment.
      (mc)    Resource maintenance and development – state park, forest and riverway roads; general fund. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for state park and forest roads and roads in the lower Wisconsin state riverway as defined in s. 30.40 (15) under s. 84.28 and for the maintenance of roads in state parks under ch. 27 and recreation areas in state forests under ch. 28 which are not eligible for funding under s. 84.28. The department shall expend not less than one-third of the amounts in the schedule from this appropriation in each fiscal year for state park and forest roads and roads in the lower Wisconsin state riverway as defined in s. 30.40 (15) under s. 84.28 and shall expend the balance from the appropriation for the maintenance of roads which are not eligible for funding under s. 84.28.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. All moneys not otherwise appropriated that are received from private or public sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for facilities, materials or services provided by the department relating to resource acquisition or development to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials or services.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for facilities, materials, or services provided by the department relating to resource acquisition or development to pay for expenses associated with those facilities, materials, or services.
      (mr)    Resource maintenance and development – state park, forest, and riverway roads; conservation fund. From the conservation fund, from the moneys received by the department for forestry activities, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for state park and forest roads and roads in the lower Wisconsin state riverway, as defined in s. 30.40 (15), under s. 84.28 and for the maintenance of roads in state parks under ch. 27 and recreation areas in state forests under ch. 28 that are not eligible for funding under s. 84.28. The department shall expend not less than one-third of the amounts in the schedule from this appropriation in each fiscal year for state park and forest roads and roads in the lower Wisconsin state riverway, as defined in s. 30.40 (15), under s. 84.28 and shall expend the balance from the appropriation for the maintenance of roads that are not eligible for funding under s. 84.28.
   (8)   Internal services.
20.370(8)(ir) (ir) Promotional activities and publications. All moneys received from subscriptions and other revenues generated by promotional activities, photographs, slides, videotapes, artwork, publications, magazines and other periodicals, except the Wisconsin natural resources magazine, to be used for these promotional activities, photographs, slides, videotapes, artwork, publications and magazines and for educational and informational activities concerning conservation and the environment.
      (iw)    Statewide recycling administration. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for administration of a statewide recycling program under ch. 287.
      (ma)    General program operations – state funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the general administration and field administration of the department.
      (mg)    General program operations – stationary sources. From the general fund, from the moneys received from fees under s. 285.69 (2) (a) and (e) and (2e), the amounts in the schedule for the administration of the operation permit program under ch. 285 and s. 299.15.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. From the general fund, all moneys received from public or private sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for facilities, materials or services provided by the department related to administration and technology, to pay for costs and expenses associated with those facilities, materials or services.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies, except as provided in par. (nk), for facilities, materials or services provided by the department relating to administrative services, to provide those facilities, materials or services.
      (mq)    General program operations – mobile sources. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of the mobile source air pollution program under ch. 285.
      (mr)    General program operations – environmental improvement fund. From the environmental improvement fund, the amounts in the schedule for the general administration and field administration of the department.
      (mt)    Equipment and services. All moneys received by the department from the sale of used cars, trucks, heavy equipment, information technology, and fire control vehicle equipment; from the provision of radio communication services; and from fleet usage fees for cars, trucks, heavy equipment, and fire control vehicle equipment, to be used for the department’s state airplane fleet use costs and for the operation, maintenance, replacement, and purchase of radio communication infrastructure, cars, trucks, heavy equipment, information technology, and fire control vehicle equipment.
      (mu)    General program operations – state funds. The amounts in the schedule for the general administration and field administration of the department.
      (mv)    General program operations – environmental fund. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for the general administration and field administration of the department.
      (my)    Land and property management – federal funds. All moneys received from the federal government for land and property management.
      (mz)    Indirect cost reimbursements. All moneys received from the federal government as reimbursement of indirect costs of grants and contracts for the purposes authorized in s. 16.54 (9) (b).
      (ni)    Geographic information systems, general program operations – other funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from entities other than the department or other state agencies for providing facilities, support services and materials related to geographic information systems, to provide those facilities, services or materials to entities other than the department and other state agencies.
      (nk)    Geographic information systems, general program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for providing facilities, support services and materials related to geographic information systems, to provide those facilities, services or materials to the department or to those agencies.
      (zq)    Gifts and donations. All moneys received from gifts, grants, bequests and devises in accordance with s. 25.29 to be expended for the purposes made.
   (9)   External services.
20.370(9)(ag) (ag) Animal feeding operations – fees. From the general fund, all moneys received under s. 283.31 (8) for regulating animal feeding operations under chs. 281 and 283.
      (ap)    Animal feeding operations. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for regulating animal feeding operations under chs. 281 and 283.
      (aq)    Water resources management – lake, river, and invasive species management. The amounts in the schedule for lake and river management and other water resource management activities and for the invasive species program under s. 23.22.
      (as)    Water resources – trading water pollution credits. As a continuing appropriation, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for the water pollution credit trading program under s. 283.84.
      (at)    Watershed – nonpoint source contracts. Biennially, from the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for nonpoint source water pollution abatement program contracts under s. 281.65 (4g).
      (aw)    Water resources – public health. The amounts in the schedule for public health activities relating to surface water quality.
      (bg)    Water regulation and zoning – computer access fees. From the general fund, all moneys received under s. 23.322 from fees collected for providing computer accessible information.
      (bi)    Water regulation and zoning – fees. From the general fund, all moneys received under ss. 23.32 (3), 23.321, 30.28, 31.39, and 281.36 (12) for activities relating to permits, contracts, authorizations, and other approvals issued under s. 281.36 and chs. 30 and 31, for activities relating to water quality standards under subch. II of ch. 281, and for wetland mapping under s. 23.32 and wetlands services under s. 23.321.
      (bj)    Storm water management – fees. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration, including enforcement, of the storm water discharge permit program under s. 283.33. All moneys received under s. 283.33 (9) and under 2009 Wisconsin Act 28, section 9110 (11f) shall be credited to this appropriation account.
      (bm)    Wetland restoration – fees; payments. From the general fund, all moneys received as surcharge fees under s. 281.36 (11), all moneys received as transfers to the in lieu fee subprogram as provided in s. 281.36 (3s) (h), 2015 stats., and all moneys received under the in lieu fee subprogram under s. 281.36 (3r) (e) for the restoration or creation of wetlands, for the wetland mitigation grant program under s. 281.37, and for any other activities authorized under the in lieu fee subprogram.
      (br)    Water regulation and zoning – dam safety and wetland mapping; conservation fund. The amounts in the schedule for dam inspections and safety administration under ch. 31 and wetland mapping under s. 23.32.
      (dh)    Environmental impact – power projects. From the general fund, all moneys received as environmental impact statement fees under s. 23.40 (3) related to electric power generating projects, for the review of environmental impact requirements under ss. 1.11 and 23.40 for those projects.
      (di)    Environmental consulting costs – federal power projects. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for reviewing and evaluating activities under s. 23.42. All moneys received from fees the department charges under s. 23.42 shall be credited to this appropriation.
      (fj)    Environmental quality – laboratory certification. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the purpose of administering and enforcing s. 299.11. All moneys received from fees under s. 299.11 (9) shall be credited to this appropriation. During fiscal year 1984-85, the department may expend and encumber up to the amount specified in the schedule for this appropriation in that fiscal year notwithstanding the actual amount received from fees under s. 299.11 (9). Notwithstanding ss. 16.50 (2), 16.52, 20.002 (11) and 20.903, the department may report a deficit in this appropriation on June 30, 1985, or on June 30, 1986, and this deficit shall be considered an encumbrance on the appropriation under this paragraph for the subsequent fiscal year. The department may not report a deficit in this appropriation at the close of any fiscal year after the 1985-86 fiscal year.
      (fL)    Operator certification – fees. From the general fund, from the moneys received under ss. 281.17 (3) and 281.48 (4s) (a), the amounts in the schedule for administrative activities related to the certification of operators of water systems, wastewater treatment plants, and septage servicing vehicles.
      (gh)    Nonferrous metallic mining regulation and administration. The amounts in the schedule for the administration, regulation, and enforcement of nonferrous metallic mining exploration, bulk sampling, prospecting, mining and mine reclamation activities under ch. 293. All moneys received under ch. 293 shall be credited to this appropriation.
      (gi)    Ferrous metallic mining operations. From the general fund, all moneys received under subch. III of ch. 295 for department of natural resources operations related to ferrous metallic exploration and mining.
      (hk)    Approval fees to Lac du Flambeau band-service funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for the purpose of making payments to the Lac du Flambeau band of the Lake Superior Chippewa under s. 29.2295 (4) (a). All moneys transferred from the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (8) (hm) 8r. shall be credited to this appropriation account.
      (hs)    Approval fees from Lac du Flambeau band. All moneys received from the Lac du Flambeau band of the Lake Superior Chippewa under s. 29.229 (5r), to be paid to the band to be used for fishery management within the reservation, as defined in s. 29.229 (1) (b).
      (ht)    Approval fees to Lac du Flambeau band. A sum sufficient that is equal to the amount necessary to make full payments to the Lac du Flambeau band of the Lake Superior Chippewa under s. 29.2295 (4) (c) 2.
      (hu)    Handling and other fees. All moneys received by the department as provided under ss. 23.33 (2) (i), (ig), and (o) and (2j) (f) 4., 23.335 (4) (hm) and (5) (h), 29.2297, 29.556, 30.52 (1m) (a), (ag), and (e) and (3) (k), 30.537 (4) (g), and 350.12 (3) (f), (3h) (a), (ag), and (g), and (3j) (e) 4. for the issuing of department and federal approvals under ch. 29 and for the issuing and renewing of certificates and registrations by the department.
      (hv)    Fee amounts for statewide automated issuing system. All moneys received from the deductions made under ss. 23.47 (3) (e) and 29.024 (6) (ag) to be used for payments to a person contracted under ss. 23.47 (3) (c) and 29.024 (6) (a) 4. as required by the contract.
      (hw)    Utility terrain vehicle fees. All moneys received by the department as provided under s. 23.33 (2) (om) for issuing and renewing utility terrain vehicle registration documents by the department under s. 23.33 (2) (i).
      (iq)    Natural resources magazine. All moneys received from subscriptions and other revenues generated by Wisconsin natural resources magazine, to be used for its production, handling and distribution.
      (is)    Statewide recycling administration. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of recycling activities under ch. 287.
      (jq)    Off-highway motorcycle administration. As a continuing appropriation, an amount equal to the amount determined under s. 23.335 (20) (a) in that fiscal year for the purposes specified under s. 23.335 (20) (b) and (d), for issuing and renewing off-highway motorcycle registration under s. 23.335 (3), (4), and (5), for grants under the safety grant program under s. 23.335 (15), and for state and local law enforcement operations related to off-highway motorcycles. All moneys received under s. 23.335 (6) shall be credited to this appropriation account.
      (ma)    General program operations – state funds. From the general fund, the amounts in the schedule for communications, customer services, aids administration, watershed management, and environmental analysis and sustainability.
      (mh)    General program operations – stationary sources. From the general fund, from the moneys received from fees under s. 285.69 (2) (a) and (e) and (2e), the amounts in the schedule for external relations.
      (mi)    General program operations – private and public sources. From the general fund, all moneys received from public or private sources, other than state agencies and the federal government, for facilities, materials, or services provided by the department related to external relations, to pay for costs and expenses associated with those facilities, materials, or services.
      (mk)    General program operations – service funds. From the general fund, all moneys received by the department from the department and from other state agencies for facilities, materials, or services provided by the department relating to external relations.
      (mm)    General program operations – federal funds. From the general fund, all moneys received as federal aid for external relations, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the purposes for which received.
      (mq)    General program operations – mobile sources. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for customer services, communications, aids administration, and environmental analysis and sustainability for the mobile source air pollution program under ch. 285.
      (mr)    General program operations – nonpoint source. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for performing the duties of the department related to nonpoint source pollution standards and enforcement under ss. 281.16, 281.19, 281.20, and 281.65.
      (ms)    General program operations – pollution prevention. From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for science services related to pollution prevention.
      (mt)    Aids administration – environmental improvement programs; state funds. From the environmental improvement fund, the amounts in the schedule for the administration of ss. 281.58, 281.60, 281.61, 281.62, and 283.31.
      (mu)    General program operations – state funds. The amounts in the schedule for communications, customer services, licensing, registration, aids administration, and environmental analysis and sustainability.
      (mv)    General program operations – environmental fund. From the environmental fund, the amounts in the schedule for communications, customer services, aids administration, watershed management, and environmental analysis and sustainability.
      (mw)    Aids administration – snowmobile recreation. The amounts in the schedule from the snowmobile account in the conservation fund for the administration of snowmobile aids under s. 350.12 (4).
      (mx)    Aids administration – clean water fund program; federal funds. From the clean water fund program federal revolving loan fund account in the environmental improvement fund, all moneys received from the federal government to administer the clean water fund program, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the administration of the clean water fund program under s. 281.58 or 281.59.
      (my)    General program operations – federal funds. All moneys received as federal aid for communications, customer services and aids administration, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the purposes for which received.
      (mz)    Indirect cost reimbursements. All moneys received from the federal government as reimbursement of indirect costs of grants and contracts relating to communications, customer services and aids administration for the purposes authorized in s. 16.54 (9) (b).
      (nq)    Aids administration – dry cleaner environmental response. From the dry cleaner environmental response fund, the amounts in the schedule to administer s. 292.65.
      (ny)    Aids administration – safe drinking water loan programs; federal funds. From the safe drinking water loan program federal revolving loan fund account in the environmental improvement fund, all moneys received from the federal government to administer the safe drinking water loan program, as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for the administration of the safe drinking water loan program under s. 281.59 or 281.61, the drinking water loan guarantee program under ss. 234.86 and 281.625 and other drinking water quality activities under s. 281.62.