A conservation district may obtain options on or acquire in any manner, including
purchase, exchange, lease, gift, grant, bequest, or devise, any real or personal property
or rights or interests in real or personal property. In addition, the conservation district may:
(1) maintain, administer, or improve the property;
(2) receive income from the property and expend that income in carrying out this chapter;
(3) sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of the property or interests in the property
in furtherance of this chapter.
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