How Do I Know Which Forestry Activities Do Not Require a FPA / N?
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How Do I Know Which Forestry Activities Do Not Require a FPA / N? 
 

How do I know which forestry activities do not require a Forest Practices Application /        Notification?

There are some forest practices activities that do not require a FPA/N.  However, Forest Practices Rules must still be followed so that public resources are protected. Some examples of activities that don’t require a FPA/N include:

 - Tree planting
 - Installing seedling protection devices
 - Seeding grasses and forage
 - Hand slashing competing vegetation
 - Cutting less than 5,000 board feet per year (approximately one log truck load) of timber for personal use (i.e., not for sale) when no resource issues exist.

 

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1111 Washington St. SE, PO Box 47012
Olympia, WA 98504-7012
360-902-1400
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