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(1) "crossing permit" means a permit, issued by the director, authorizing the use of a stock driveway to move livestock on or off the range;
(2) "grazing lands" means those lands which in their natural state have the physical and climatic features that make them primarily useful for the pasturing of domestic livestock;
(3) "preference right grazing lease" means a grazing lease granted to a lessee whose federal grazing lease was cancelled to allow the land under lease to be selected by the state;
(4) "land" means all lands under the jurisdiction of the division;
(5) "non-use" means the discontinuance of use of all or part of a leased area in order to enable the resource to return to its normal productivity;
(6) "range improvement" means any improvement necessary for use of the lease for grazing of livestock, such as fences, corrals, loading and branding chutes, clearing and cultivation of lands for forage crops and survey of lands;
(7) "stock driveway" means a route, designated by the director, and marked along its exterior boundary, over which livestock are permitted to move across grazing lease areas.
History: Eff. 4/16/70, Register 34
Authority: AS 38.05.020
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