(515 ILCS 5/1-155) (from Ch. 56, par. 1-155)
    Sec. 1-155. Conservation training schools; public education. The Department may establish Conservation Training Schools and employ technicians and other help necessary for the purpose of teaching conservation methods to employees of the Department and other interested groups as the Department deems necessary or desirable to carry out the provisions and purposes of this Code.
    In order to educate the citizens of this State in the modern trends of conservation, the Department shall disseminate conservation information and the provisions of this Code through lectures, motion pictures, photographs, exhibits, radio, news items, pamphlets, and other media the Department may deem suitable for this purpose.
    The Department may publish, periodically, a bulletin or magazine containing information concerning the work of the Department, the conservation and propagation of wildlife, hunting and fishing, and any other information as the Department deems to be of general or special interest to sportsmen and others affected by any law administered by the Department. A reasonable charge may be made for each copy of the publication. All funds derived from the sale of that publication shall be deposited into the Wildlife and Fish Fund in the State Treasury.
    The Department shall provide and maintain management and habitat development on State controlled lands or waters used in propagating or breeding aquatic life as the Department deems necessary to conform with the most modern conservation methods. The Department may also cooperate in management and habitat development with any person propagating or breeding aquatic life on privately-owned lands or waters.
(Source: P.A. 87-833.)