What is the relationship between the Basic Hunter Education and Safety subprogram and the Enhanced Hunter Education and Safety program?
The relationship between the Basic Hunter Education and Safety subprogram (Basic Hunter Education) and the Enhanced Hunter Education and Safety program (Enhanced Hunter Education) is as follows:
Basic Hunter Education funds
Enhanced Hunter Education funds
(a) Which activities are eligible for funding?
Those listed at § 80.50(a) and (b)
Those listed at 80.50(c), but see 80.60(d) under Basic Hunter Education funds.
(b) How long are funds available for obligation?
Two Federal fiscal years
One Federal fiscal year.
(c) What if funds are not fully obligated during the period of availability?
The Service may use unobligated funds to carry out the Migratory Bird Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 715et seq.).
The Service reapportions unobligated funds to eligible States as Wildlife Restoration funds for the following fiscal year. States are eligible to receive funds only if their Basic Hunter Education funds were fully obligated in the preceding fiscal year for activities at § 80.50(b).
(d) What if funds are fully obligated during the period of availability?
If Basic Hunter Education funds are fully obligated for activities listed at 80.50(b), the agency may use that fiscal year's Enhanced Hunter Education funds for eligible activities related to Basic Hunter Education, Enhanced Hunter Education, or the Wildlife Restoration program.
No special provisions apply.
Title 50 published on 2012-10-01
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