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PUBLIC LAW 103-177—DEC. 3, 1993 107 STAT. 2015 (ii) identify' specific tribal agricultural resource goals and objectives; (iii) establish management objectives for the resources; (iv) define critical values of the Indian tribe and its members and provide identified holistic management objectives; (v) identify actions to be taken to reach established objectives; I (vi) be developed through public meetings; (vii) use the public meeting records, existing survey documents, reports, and other research from Federal agencies, tribal community colleges, and land grant universities; and (viii) be completed within three years of the initiation of activity to establish the plan. (2) Indian agriculture resource management plans developed and approved under this section shall govern the management and administration of Indian agricultural resources and Indian agricultural lands by the Bureau and the Indian tribal government. SEC. 102. INDIAN PARTICIPATION IN LAND MANAGEMENT ACTIYITIES. 25 USC 3712. (a) TRIBAL RECOGNITION. — The Secretary shall conduct all land management activities on Indian agricultural land in accordance with goals and objectives set forth in the approved agricultural resource management plan, in an integrated resource management plan, and in accordance with all tribal laws and ordinances, except in specific instances where such compliance would be contrary to the trust responsibility of the United States. (b) TRIBAL LAWS. — Unless otherwise prohibited by Federal law, the Secretary shall comply with tribal laws and ordinances pertaining to Indian agricultural lands, including laws regulating the environment and historic or cultural preservation, and laws or ordinances adopted by the tribal government to regulate land use or other activities under tribal Jurisdiction. The Secretary shall— (1) provide assistance in the enforcement of such tribal laws; (2) provide notice of such lawi^ to persons or entities undertaking activities on Indian agricultural lands; and (3) upon the recjuest of an Indian tribe, require appropriate Federal officials to appear in tribal forums. (c) WAIVER OF REGLriATiONS.— In any case in which a regulation or administrative policy of the Department of the Interior conflicts with the objectives of the agricultural resource management plan provided for in section 101, or with a tribal law, the Secretary may waive the application of such regulation or administrative policy unless such waiver would constitute a violation of a Federal statute or judicial decision or would conflict with his general trust responsibility under Federal law. (d) SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY. — This section does not constitute a waiver of the sovereign immunity of the United States, nor does it authorize tribal justice systems to review actions of the Secretary. SEC. 103. INDIAN AGRICULTURAL LANDS TRESPASS. 25 USC 3713. (a) CIVIL PENALTIES; REGULATIONS.—Not later than one year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall issue regulations that— (1) establish cr/il penalties for the commission of trespass on Indian agricultural lands, which provide for—