California Public Resources Code - PRC

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  • General Provisions
  • Division 1. Administration
  • Division 2. Geology, Mines and Mining
  • Division 3. Oil and Gas
  • Division 3.5. Mines and Mining
  • Division 4. Forests, Forestry and Range and Forage Lands
  • Division 5. Parks and Monuments
  • Division 5.8. California Wildlife, Coastal, and Park Land Conservation Act
  • Division 6. Public Lands
  • Division 7. Kapiloff Land Bank Act
  • Division 7.5. Arroyo Seco Parklands
  • Division 7.7. School Lands
  • Division 7.8. Oil Spill Prevention and Response
  • Division 8. Surveying and Mapping
  • Division 9. Resource Conservation
  • Division 10. Streamflow Protection Standards
  • Division 10.2. Agricultural Land Stewardship Program of 1995
  • Division 10.3. Agricultural Protection Planning Grant Program
  • Division 10.4. Rangeland, Grazing Land, and Grassland Protection Act
  • Division 10.5. California Forest Legacy Program Act of 2007
  • Division 11. Resort Improvement Districts
  • Division 12. California Conservation Corps
  • Division 12.1. California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act
  • Division 12.2. Products Containing Toxic Metals
  • Division 12.3. Recycled Concrete
  • Division 12.4. Grease Trap and Grease Interceptor Waste
  • Division 12.7. Plastic Waste
  • Division 12.9. Fiberglass Recycled Content Act of 1991
  • Division 13. Environmental Quality
  • Division 13.5. California Environmental Protection Program
  • Division 14. The Ventura-Los Angeles Mountain and Coastal Study Commission
  • Division 15. Energy Conservation and Development
  • Division 16. California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority Act
  • Division 16.3. Clean Energy Job Creation
  • Division 16.5. Energy and Resources Fund
  • Division 17. Geologic Hazard Abatement Districts
  • Division 18. Morro Bay Management Plan
  • Division 19. Suisun Marsh Preservation
  • Division 19.5. Delta Protection Act of 1992
  • Division 20. California Coastal Act
  • Division 20.4. Watershed, Clean Beaches, and Water Quality Act
  • Division 20.5. Ocean Use Planning
  • Division 20.7. Santa Monica Bay Restoration
  • Division 21. State Coastal Conservancy
  • Division 22. California Urban Waterfront Area Restoration Financing Authority Act
  • Division 22.3. Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy
  • Division 22.5. San Joaquin River Conservancy
  • Division 22.7. Baldwin Hills Conservancy Act
  • Division 22.8. San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy
  • Division 22.9. San Diego River Conservancy
  • Division 23. Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
  • Division 23.3. Sierra Nevada Conservancy
  • Division 23.5. Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy
  • Division 23.7. Preservation of Future Transportation Options
  • Division 24. Renewable Resources Investment Program
  • Division 25. Coastal Resources and Energy Assistance
  • Division 26. Santa Clara County Open-Space Authority
  • Division 26.5. California Ocean Protection Act
  • Division 27. Ocean Resources Management
  • Division 28. Natural Heritage Preservation Tax Credit Act of 2000
  • Division 30. Waste Management
  • Division 31. Waste Management Facilities
  • Division 33. Glass Contamination
  • Division 34. Environmental Protection
  • Division 36. Marine Invasive Species Act
  • Division 37. California Endowment for Marine Preservation
  • Division 38. California Clean Coast Act
  • Division 43. The Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006

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