Agreements to provide interpretive services to recreational facilities
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(1) In order to further the interpretive and educational functions of recreation facilities in Oregon, the State Parks and Recreation Director may enter into an agreement with a private, nonprofit scientific, historic or educational organization organized solely for the purpose of providing interpretive services to recreation facilities in Oregon.
(2) An organization entering into an agreement with the director under subsection (1) of this section may:
(a) Provide educational or interpretive material for sale at a recreation facility;
(b) Acquire display materials and equipment for exhibits at a recreation facility;
(c) Provide support for special recreation facility interpretive programs or environmental education programs;
(d) Support recreation facility libraries; or
(e) Provide support for other interpretive projects related to a specific recreation facility.
(3) If the director enters into an agreement with a private organization under subsection (1) of this section, the State Parks and Recreation Department may:
(a) Provide incidental personnel services to the organization’s interpretive program; and
(b) Provide space at a recreation facility for the interpretive materials provided by the organization.
(4) Any money received from the sale of publications or other materials provided by an organization pursuant to an agreement entered into under this section shall be retained by the organization for use in the interpretive or educational services of the recreation facility for which the organization provides interpretive services.
(5) As used in this section, “recreation facility” includes but is not limited to state parks and all recreational, historical and scenic attractions owned or under the control of the State of Oregon and administered by the State Parks and Recreation Department. [1985 c.303 §2]
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