Agricultural Sample Clauses

Agricultural safeguards
Agricultural soils will be managed to assure their long-term productivity. On this and all LBF sub-leaseholds, soil management practices will include an annual soil test on all cropped fields, a copy of which will be provided to Lessee.
Agricultural. No coordination with the Illinois Department of Agriculture is anticipated as there are no agricultural lands in the project area.
Agricultural. 1. Tillage and other agricultural activities within areas of existing or previously tilled cropland and depth of previous disturbance are not exceeded.
Agricultural. Lessor agrees that at his expense he will promptly apply to the Plaquemines Parish Development Board or any other agency, board or department of Government having jurisdiction in the matter for a change in zoning classification of the portion presently zoned A-2 to I-3 in order that Lessee may use the Leased Premises for Lessee’s Intended Use, and will thereafter prosecute said application for a change in zoning classification diligently in accordance with the requirements of the Plaquemines Parish Zoning Ordinance (No. 183) as amended. In the event that Lessor is unsuccessful in securing a change in zoning classification in order that Lessee may use the property for Lessee’s Intended Use, Lessee shall have the right and option to cancel this lease for a period of 30 days following a final decision by the Plaquemines Parish Commission Council (the “Council”) refusing to change the zoning classification provided, however, that Lessee may, in its sole discretion, by notice in writing 2. to Lessor within 10 days of an adverse decision by the Council, require Lessor to bring a suit in a court of competent jurisdiction, contesting the adverse decision of the Council in which event Lessee shall have the right and option to cancel this Lease for a period of 30 days following a final non-appealable adverse decision by a court of competent jurisdiction. In the event that Lessee exercises its option to cancel the Lease pursuant to the provisions of this Paragraph 5, such cancellation will become effective on the first day of the month following the month in which notice of cancellation is delivered by Lessee to Lessor, or the date on which a final, unappealable adverse decision is rendered, whichever is the later date and, thereafter the parties hereto shall have no further obligations hereunder except that Lessee shall pay to Lessor rent to the date on which such cancellation becomes effective.
Agricultural. Exploitation by all means, of agricultural, stockbreeding, fruit, forest, farm establishments.
Agricultural. Outcome The agreement regarding the Chesapeake Bay Watershed needs to be all inclusive of the factors that affect the watershed: the water as well as the surrounding lands that drain into it (which include farmlands). Please make sure that any new laws and regulations include these aforementioned factors. Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx, 7-21-13 GIT 3 Consulting with GIT3 chairs on 8/5-8/6. GIT has made previous decisions to exclude sector- specific Goals/Outcomes. Toxic Contaminant Outcome - Monitoring/research outcome MB 7-12-13 review of PSC 6- 27-13 none RESOLVED The monitoring and research outcome was approved by the MB. Toxic Contaminant Outcome - Loadings outcome PA, WV, VA - voiced objections to this outcome MB 7-12-13 review of PSC 6- 27-13 Adhoc Toxics group - respond to jurisdictions’ concerns. Issues Resolution Committee - consider Adhoc group response. UNRESOLVED The IRC is considering options developed by the Toxics Ad Hoc Workgroup. The discussion will continue on 8-21-13 with firmer positions from the signatories and a consensus decision. Toxic Contaminants The new agreement should go further in addressing human health concerns related to toxic contaminants, endocrine disruptors, etc. Choose Clean Water Coalition, 7-11-13 Adhoc Toxics group / Issues Resolution Committee UNRESOLVED – see above Toxic Contaminants We are glad that recent drafts added some mention of the impacts on human health from toxic contaminants and other emerging contaminant issues, such as endocrine disrupters. The new Bay Agreement should go further than the current general language that contains a couple of vague commitments. Choose Clean Water Coalition 7-10-13 Issues Resolution Committee UNRESOLVED – see above Toxic Contaminants An agreement without a toxics goal doesn’t sit well. CBF, 7-11-13 Adhoc Toxics group / Issues Resolution Committee UNRESOLVED – see above Toxic Contaminants Outcome A modern Bay agreement must include a toxics outcome. One of the valuable aspects of the Bay Program partnership is the collective knowledge and information sharing among scientists and managers. Implementation of a toxic contaminants reduction strategy is an issue that can benefit from the jurisdictions’ collective knowledge and successes on toxics that are severe and widespread. Toxic pollution that causes fish advisories could have long‐term impacts on human health, particularly in communities at risk due to subsistence fishing. We believe it would be appropriate for future strategies to focus...
Agricultural imports would increase by the reduction of tariff and non- tariff barriers and domestic producers of importables would be forced to compete with foreign goods (especially those coming from the U.S.). In addition, deregulation of the markets of these products would probably lead to falling product prices and hence, to a reduction of their domestic supply. Exportables would benefit from the elimination of restrictions to trade. Overall agricultural trade would grow, as well as agricultural supply, particularly agricultural exportables.
Agricultural. Imports The Borrower has prepared, in accordance with guidelines satisfactory to the Bank, and furnished to the Bank a list of all agricultural goods with respect to which elimination of import licensing requirements is planned in 1988, together with a description of the structure and levels of customs duties to be applied thereafter in respect of the importation of such goods and any other quantitative restrictions planned with respect to such goods.
Agricultural. The Property has historically been used for agricultural activities and the Developer may pursue bona fide agricultural and silvicultural uses on the Property unless all permits and approvals necessary for a portion of the Agreement are within an approved Site Plan. For purposes of this Agreement, Site Plan is defined as either a non- agricultural site plan approval or a residential improvement plan approval from the County. There may be numerous Site Plans on the Property so if a Residential or Non-Agricultural Site Plan is approved for one area, agricultural use will stop in that area but may continue in others without approved Site Plans.