Upon approval by the commissioner or an authorized agent, employees of the division of lands, or of any organization authorized to prevent, control, or suppress fires or destructive agents, and others assisting in the control or suppression of fires upon request of an officer or employee of the United States or the state may at any time enter upon any land, whether publicly or privately owned, for the purpose of preventing, suppressing, or controlling forest fires and destructive agents.
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