Idaho Statutes
pecnv.out

TITLE 38
FORESTRY, FOREST PRODUCTS AND STUMPAGE DISTRICTS
CHAPTER 7
FOREST, WILDLIFE AND RANGE EXPERIMENT STATION
38-710.  Forage and range resources upon wild and forest lands — Investigation and research. For the direct purpose of aiding in the management and perpetuation of forage resources so that such resources shall be of the highest use to the state in its support of agriculture, including the livestock industry of the state, and the general public, in their utilization of the forage resources found upon the wild and forest lands within the state of Idaho and without invading the fields of research and investigation designated as belonging to the work of the experiment station of the College of Agriculture of the University of Idaho, the forest, wildlife and range experiment station is authorized to conduct investigations and research into the production, protection, utilization and management for continuous use of all forage and range resources found thereon, and the direct and indirect effects of the use of these resources upon erosion and watershed protection.

History:
[38-710, added 1939, ch. 259, sec. 10, p. 643.]


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