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PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 106 STAT. 4653 water right, but shall be such a State water right only during the use of that right off the reservation, and shall be fully subject to State laws, Federal laws, interstate compacts, and international treaties applicable to the Colorado River and its tributaries, including the appropriation, use, development, storage, regulation, allocation, conservation, exportation, or quality of those waters. (e) RULES OF CONSTRUCTION. — Nothing in titles II through VI of this Act or in the Revised Ute Indian Compact of 1990 shall— (1) constitute authori^ for the sale, exchange, lease, use, or other disposal of any Federal reserved water right off the reservation; (2) constitute authori^ for the sale, exchange, lease, use, or other disposal of any Tribal water right outside the State of Utah; or (3) be deemed a congressional determination that any holders of water rights do or do not have authority under existing law to sell, exchange, lease, use, or otherwise dispose of such water or water rights outside the State of Utah. SEC. 604. TRIBAL FARMING OPERATIONS. Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by section 501, $45,000,000 is authorized for the Secretary to permit the Tribe to develop over a three-year period— (1) a seven thousand five hundred acre farming/feed lot operation equipped with satisfactory off-farm and on-farm water facilities out of tribal ly-owned lands and adjoining non-Indian lands now served by the Uintah Indian Irrigation Project; (2) a plan to reduce the Tribe's expense on the remaining sixteen thousand acres of tribal land now served by the Uintah Indian Irrigation Project; and (3) a fund to permit tribal members to upgrade their individual farming operations. Any non-Indian lands acquired under this section shall be acquired from willing sellers and shall not be added to the reservation of the Tribe. SEC. 506. RESERVOIR, STREAM, HABITAT AND ROAD IMPROVEMENTS WITH RESPECT TO THE UTE INDIAN RESERVATION. (a) REPAIR OF CEDARVIEW RESERVOIR. — Of the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 201, $5,000,000 shall be available to the Secretary, in cooperation with the Tribe, to repair the leak in Cedarview Reservoir in Dark Canyon, Duchesne Coimty, Utah, so that the resultant surface area of the reservoir is two nundred and ten acres. (b) RESERVATION STREAM IMPROVEMENTS.— Of the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 201, $10,000,000 shall be available for the Secretary, in cooperation with the Tribe and in consultation with the Commission, to undertake stream improvements to not less than 53 linear miles (not counting meanders) for the Pole Creek, Rock Creek, Yellowstone River, Lake Fork River, Uinta River, and Whiterocks River, in the State of Utah. Nothing in this authorization shall increase the obligation of the District to deliver more than 44,400 acre-feet of Central Utah Project water as its contribution to the preservation of minimum stream flows in the Uinte Basin. (c) BOTTLE HOLLOW RESERVOIR. — Of the amount authorized to be appropriated by section 201, $500,000 in an initial appropriation shall be available to permit the Secretary to clean the Bottle