The North Dakota Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment
may appear on the 2014 ballot
in North Dakota
as an initiated constitutional amendment
The proposed measure would redirect five percent of the state's oil extraction tax revenues to a new outdoor heritage fund. The fund would be managed by a committee board comprised by a majority of conservation and outdoors representation. The measure is sponsored by North Dakotans for Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks.
North Dakotans for Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks is leading the campaign in support of the measure.
- Pheasants Forever
- Ducks Unlimited
- Audubon Society
- The Nature Conservancy
- National Wildlife Federation
Path to the ballot
- See also: North Dakota signature requirements
Supporters are required to collect a minimum of 26,904 valid signatures and deliver them to the secretary of state's office 90 days before the election at which the measure is to appear on the ballot or one year from the date the petition is approved for circulation.
Reports in August 2013 indicated that supporters were still drafting the measure's exact language and expected to begin circulating petitions in September.