For large cuts, or if the applicant is not available for a site walk, the proposed cut must be field delineated
NRP will coordinate its review with the Tribe's Historic Preservation Officer (THPO)
When a Land Use Permit is required the Land Clearing Permit process will be integrated within that process
Mitigation may be required for significant clearing
Cut timber must be delivered as specified to the MPTN Public Works Department.
Chipped tops may be utilized on-site as erosion & sedimentation control measures
*Forest products means marketable products extracted from Indian forests, such as: Timber; timber products,
including lumber, lath, crating, ties, bolts, logs, pulpwood, fuelwood, posts, poles, and split products; bark; Christmas trees,
stays, branches, firewood, berries, mosses, pinyon nuts, roots, acorns, syrups, wild rice, mushrooms, and herbs; other marketable material;
and gravel which is extracted from, and utilized on, Indian forest land [25 CFR 163.1].