Alabama Code Title 9. Conservation and Natural Resources

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions.
  • Chapter 2. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
  • Chapter 3. State Forestry Commission.
  • Chapter 4. Geological Survey.
  • Chapter 5. Minerals Resource Management Committee.
  • Chapter 6. Environmental Improvement Authorities.
  • Chapter 6A. Synfuels Development Authority.
  • Chapter 7. Preservation, Development, Etc., of Coastal Areas.
  • Chapter 7A. Alabama Recreation Capital Development Assistance Fund.
  • Chapter 8. Soil and Water Conservation Generally.
  • Chapter 8A. Cost-Share Grants for Soil and Water Conservation.
  • Chapter 9. Water Management and Drainage.
  • Chapter 10. Water Conservation and Irrigation.
  • Chapter 10A. Watershed Management Authorities.
  • Chapter 10B. Alabama Water Resources.
  • Chapter 10C. Alabama Drought Planning and Response Act.
  • Chapter 11. Fish, Game, and Wildlife.
  • Chapter 12. Marine Resources.
  • Chapter 13. Forests and Forest Products.
  • Chapter 14. State Parks.
  • Chapter 14A. Alabama Public Recreational and Historical Facilities Improvement Act.
  • Chapter 14C. Red Mountain Greenway and Recreational Area Commission.
  • Chapter 14E. Gulf State Park Projects.
  • Chapter 15. Public Lands.
  • Chapter 16. Mineral Resources.
  • Chapter 17. Oil and Gas.
  • Chapter 18. Southern Interstate Nuclear Compact.
  • Chapter 18A. Southern States Energy Compact.
  • Chapter 19. Caves.
  • Chapter 20. Nonindigenous Aquatic Plant Control Act.
  • Chapter 21. Aquatic Plant Management.

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