21-10-26. Logging slash defined. For the purposes of this section and § 21-10-27, the term "logging slash" is logging debris consisting of treetops, limbs, cull logs, and other separate vegetation remaining after harvest which has no commercial value. Logging slash shall be treated by lopping and scattering the vegetation, by removal from the site or by piling and burning. Standards for lopping and scattering, abandonment, removal, or piling and burning, and procedures for the enforcement of those standards, shall be established by rules promulgated by the Division of Forestry pursuant to chapter 1-26.
Source: SL 1989, ch 187, § 1; SL 1990, ch 30, § 21.