Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 38
FORESTRY, FOREST PRODUCTS AND STUMPAGE DISTRICTS
CHAPTER 5
SEEDING OF BURNED AREAS
38-502.  State to control erosion by seeding of grasses. It shall be the duty of the state of Idaho through any legally constituted bureau, division or department thereof having control of any burned over lands, to control erosion thereon, to provide feed and cover for wild life and range for livestock, by providing for seeding grasses and/or legumes. Whenever possible such work shall be done in cooperation with the counties and the federal government, or any agency thereof. It shall be the duty of any officer having charge of any bureau, division or department of the state of Idaho, having under his jurisdiction, lands which may hereafter be burned over, to request the state legislature to provide funds for the seeding of such areas if he has no funds at his disposal which may be used for this purpose.

History:
[38-502, added 1941, ch. 71, sec. 2, p. 135.]


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