Cooperative Funds Act

The Cooperative Funds Act is a United States law, or series of laws, which authorized the United States Forest Service (FS) to collect donations from private partners to perform FS work. Contributions had to be voluntary, and by cash, check, or money order only. It was also stipulated that there could be no conflict of interest between the donor and the FS.

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Cooperative Funds Act - Use of Cooperative Agreements
... Cooperative agreements used may include the types of instruments contemplated under Section 1587.03 of the Forest Service Manual ... Also, Federal Financial Assistance instruments (grants or cooperative agreements) may be used ... all these instruments is the Department of Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1999, FSM 1587.15, FSH 1509.11, Chapter 60, Wyden Amendment, Section 323(A), as included in Public Law 105-277 ...

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