Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 38
FORESTRY, FOREST PRODUCTS AND STUMPAGE DISTRICTS
CHAPTER 7
FOREST, WILDLIFE AND RANGE EXPERIMENT STATION
38-706.  Forest and timber growing problems — Investigation and research. Within the state of Idaho, the forest, wildlife and range experiment station is authorized to investigate and conduct research into the various problems incident to the production of timber either by natural or artificial means, its protection against fire, disease and insects, or any other influences tending to kill or destroy mature or immature forest trees, and the problems of management of forest or wild land to the end that the state and its citizens may derive the greatest benefits both economic and social that flow from such production, protection and management.

History:
[38-706, added 1939, ch. 259, sec. 6, p. 643.]


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