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The Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act- 310 Law

The application process is simple and applications are available at your local conservation district office.  Upon completion of the application, it is returned to the conservation district.  An inspection of the proposed project may be necessary at times.  After the inspection, the Board of Supervisors will make the decision whether to approve or deny the project. Keep in mind that on occasion, additional permits may be required and it is the producer's responsibility to make sure all permits have been secured before beginning the project.

Emergency 310 Form

Joint Application Form

Guidelines and Rules

Additional Information

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Use diagram above to determine where your project will take place. The letters correlate to required permits listed on the DNRC 310 Homepage.

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