2022 Session

Budget Bill - HB30 (Introduced)

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First Year - FY2023Second Year - FY2024Totals

Office of Natural and Historic Resources

Secretary of Natural and Historic Resources
373Administrative and Support Services$783,240$783,240
Department of Conservation and Recreation
374Land and Resource Management$464,854,272$158,310,193
375Leisure and Recreation Services$103,481,510$81,230,426
376Administrative and Support Services$11,098,857$11,098,857
Department of Environmental Quality
377Land Protection$30,278,763$30,278,763
378Water Protection$56,201,232$56,201,232
379Air Protection$28,368,536$28,368,536
380Environmental Financial Assistance$72,764,431$70,829,391
381Administrative and Support Services$31,253,906$31,253,906
Department of Wildlife Resources
382Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Management$50,130,696$50,130,696
383Boating Safety and Regulation$8,677,834$8,677,834
384Administrative and Support Services$11,975,116$11,975,116
385Language Only 
Department of Historic Resources
386Historic and Commemorative Attraction Management$20,841,048$13,596,048
387Administrative and Support Services$1,029,976$1,029,976
Marine Resources Commission
388Marine Life Management$23,948,122$23,697,972
389Coastal Lands Surveying and Mapping$4,701,039$3,201,039
390Tourist Promotion$220,000$220,000
391Administrative and Support Services$2,920,460$2,920,310