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106 STAT. 4640 PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 sion to Utah Lake, as determined by the Commission after consultation with local officials. SEC. 312. RECREATION. Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by section 201, the following amounts shall be available to the Commission only for Central Utah Project recreation features: (a) $2,000,000 for Utah Lake recreational improvements as proposed by the State and local governments. (b) $750,000 for additional recreation improvements, which shall be made in accordance with recommendations made by the Commission, associated with Central Utah I^oject features and affected areas, including camping facilities, hiking trails, and signing. SEC. 313. FISH AND WILDLIFE FEATURES IN THE COLORADO RIVER STORAGE PROJECT. Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by section 201, the following amounts shall be available only to provide mitigation and restoration of watersheds and fish and wildlife resources in Utah impacted by the Colorado River Storage Project: (a) HABITAT IMPROVEMENTS IN CERTAIN DRAINAGES. — $1,125,000 shall be available only for watershed and fish and wildlife improvements in the Fremont River drainage, which shall be expended in accordance with a plan developed by the Commission in consultation with the Wayne County Water Conservancy District. (b) SMALL DAMS AND WATERSHED IMPROVEMENTS.— $4,000,000 shall be available only for land acquisition for the purposes of watershed restoration and protection in the Albion Basin in the Wasatch Mountains and for restoration and conservation related improvements to small dams and watersheds on State of Utah lands and National Forest System lands within the Central Utah Project and the Colorado River Storage Project area in Utah, which amounts shall be expended in accordance with a plan developed by the Commission. (c) FISH HATCHERY PRODUCTION.—$22,800,000 shall be available only for the planning and implementation of improvements to existing hatchery facilities or the construction and development of new fish hatcheries to increase production of warmwater and coldwater fishes for the areas affected by the Colorado River Storage Project in Utah. Such improvements and construction shall be implemented in accordance with a plan identifying the long-term needs and management objectives for hatchery production prepared by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, in consultation with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, and adopted by the Commission. The cost of operating and maintaining such new or improved facilities shall be borne by the Secretary. SEC. 314. CONCURRENT MITIGATION APPROPRIATIONS. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, the Secretary is directed to allocate funds appropriated for each fiscal year pursuant to titles II through IV of this Act as follows: (a) Deposit the Federal contribution to the Account authorized in section 402(b)(2). (b) Of any remaining funds, allocate the amounts available for implementation of the mitigation and conservation projects and features specified in the schedule in section 315 concur-