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PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 106 STAT. 4739 of 1958. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe shall use its best efforts to conduct fish and wildlife conservation and mitigation on such lands. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act of 1958, the State of South Dakota shall have no claim, right, or cause of action pursuant to Federal law to compel designation of additional lands currently under the jurisdiction of the Corps of Engiineers, for purposes of fish and wildlife conservation in lieu of the lands transferred by subsection (a). SEC. 3510. CONFORMING AMENDMENT. Section 10(a)(2) of Public Law 89-108 is amended by striking 79 Stat. 433. " $67,910,000" and inserting "$7,910,000. " SEC. 3611. AUTHORIZATION. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of section 3504 of this title. TITLE XXXVI—SONOMA BAYLANDS WETLAND DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, CALIFORNIA SEC. 3601. SONOMA BAYLANDS WETLAND DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. (a) IN GENERAL.— The Secretary of the Army is directed to develop and carry out in accordance with this section a three hundred and twenty-acre Sonoma Baylands wetland demonstration project in the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary, California. The project shall utilize dredged material suitable for aquatic disposal to restore, protect, and expand the Sonoma Baylands for the purposes of preserving watenowl, fish, and other wetland depenaent species of plants and animals and to provide flood control, water quality improvement, and siedimentation control. (b) ADDITIONAL PROJECT PURPOSES.—In addition to the purposes described in subsection (a), the purposes of the project under this section are to restore tidal wetlands, provide habitat for endangered species, expand the feeding and nesting areas for waterfowl along the Pacific flyway, and demonstrate the use of suitable dredged material as a resource, facilitating the completion of Bay Area dredging projects in an environmentally sound manner. (c) PLAN.— (1) GENERAL REQUIREMENT.— The Secretary, in cooperation with appropriate Federal and State agencies, and in accordance with applicable Federal and State environmental laws, shall develop in accordance with this subsection a plan for implementation of the Sonoma Baylands project under this section. (2) CONTENTS. —The plan shall include initial design and engineering, construction, general implementation and site monitoring. (3) TARGET DATES.— (A) FIRST PHASE.— The first phase of the plan for final design and engineering shall be completed within six months of the date of the enactment of this Act. (B) SECOND PHASE.— The second phase of the plan, including the construction of on-site improvements, shall be completed within ten months of the date of the enactment of this Act.