§ 10.1-546. Development of programs and plans
Districts are authorized to develop comprehensive programs and plans for the conservation of soil resources, for the control and prevention of soil erosion, for flood prevention or for agricultural and nonagricultural phases of the conservation, development, utilization, and disposal of water within the district. Such programs and plans shall specify the acts, procedures, performances, and avoidances which are necessary or desirable to effect such programs and plans, including the specification of engineering operations, methods of cultivation, the growing of vegetation, cropping programs, tillage practices, and changes in use of land. After such programs and plans have been approved by the Board, districts are authorized to publish such programs and plans, and information, and bring them to the attention of occupiers of lands within the district.
(Code 1950, § 21-61; 1956, c. 654; 1964, c. 512; 1970, c. 480; 1988, c. 891.)Sections: Previous 10.1-539 10.1-540 10.1-541 10.1-542 10.1-543 10.1-544 10.1-545 10.1-546 10.1-546.1 10.1-547 10.1-548 10.1-549 10.1-549.1 10.1-550 10.1-551 Next
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