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TITLE 22
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE
CHAPTER 19
THE IDAHO INVASIVE SPECIES ACT OF 2008
22-1904.  Definitions. Unless otherwise noted in this chapter the definitions as set forth in section 22-2005, Idaho Code, are adopted by reference.
(1)  "Conveyance" means a terrestrial or aquatic vehicle or a vehicle part that may carry or contain an invasive species or plant pest. A conveyance includes a motor vehicle, a vessel, a motorboat, a sailboat, a personal watercraft, a trailer or any other means or method of transportation. "Conveyance" also includes a live well or a bilge area of a watercraft.
(2)  "Environmental harm" means to cause significant adverse effects on uses of natural resources or on plants or animals.
(3)  "Invasive species" means species not native to Idaho, including their seeds, eggs, spores, larvae or other biological material capable of propagation, that cause economic or environmental harm and are capable of spreading in the state. "Invasive species" does not include crops, improved forage grasses, domestic livestock, or other beneficial nonnative organisms.

History:
[22-1904, added 2008, ch. 387, sec. 1, p. 1063; am. 2010, ch. 342, sec. 1, p. 898.]


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