Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 17. Forest Resources and Practices
Section 110. Conversion of Forest Land to Other Uses.
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AS 41.17.110. Conversion of Forest Land to Other Uses.

An intention to convert forest land to other uses after timber harvesting may be stated in the notification submitted under AS 41.17.090. In that event, reforestation requirements adopted under this chapter do not apply, except that conversion shall be completed during the time set by regulation for minimum reforestation of the land, and other requirements for revegetation may be imposed to the extent permitted by law. If the state forester finds at any time that the responsible party has failed to conform to the intent to convert as stated in the notification, the state forester shall revoke approval of the conversion and require full compliance with reforestation requirements.


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