SNAGS Sample Clauses

SNAGS. The Purchaser will retain a minimum of 2 snags per acre and 2 recruitment trees per acre that are >21 inches dbh within each harvest unit unless superseded by Section VII.
SNAGS. All trees greater than 15.0 inches DBH will be retained unless snags present human safety concerns. Snags cut for safety purposes shall remain in the unit.
SNAGS. The purchaser will retain a minimum of 5-10 snags including recruitment trees per acre that are >10” inches DBH within each harvest unit unless superseded by Section VII.
SNAGS. The Purchaser will retain a minimum of 2 snags per acre and 2 recruitment trees per acre that are >21 inches dbh within each harvest unit unless superseded by Section VII.F, UNIT DESIGNATIONS. These may not have been marked to leave. If snags and recruitment trees of this size class are not available, the next largest available size class shall be retained. If snags present human safety concerns, the Purchaser may substitute snag recruits for snags upon approval of the Forest Officer. Snags cut for safety purposes shall remain in the unit. TABLE 2. PRODUCT TREES DESIGNATED FOR CUTTING SAWLOG MANUFACTURING AND RECOVERY STANDARDS The Purchaser must fell all trees marked or designated for cutting that contain a log of this minimum size. The Purchaser must skid and haul all logs that meet this minimum specification. Top DIB Length Top DIB Length Sawlogs meeting standards in Section VII.C.1.b through c Sawlogs Other Material 5.6” 2.6” 16.5’ 16.5’ 5.6 2.6” 10.5” 16.5’ D. TREE AND BOUNDARY MARKING: PLEASE NOTE. THIS SALE IS SAMPLE MARKED. SEVERAL SAMPLE AREAS WITHIN UNITS ARE PROVIDED AS ARE CRUISE PLOTS THAT HAVE BEEN MARKED. MAPS ARE INCLUDED WITHIN THE CONTRACT. GIVEN THIS DIFFERENCE OF THIS SALE AND OTHER DNRC SALES THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS ARE NECESSARY:
SNAGS. The purchaser will retain a minimum of 2 snags per acre that are >21 inches dbh and are either Ponderosa Pine or Western Larch within each harvest unit unless superseded by Section VII.F, UNIT DESIGNATIONS. If snags and recruitment trees of this size class are not available, the next largest available size class shall be retained. If snags present human safety concerns, the purchaser may substitute snag recruits for snags upon approval of the Forest Officer. Snags cut for safety purposes shall remain in the unit. TABLE 2. PRODUCT TREES DESIGNATED FOR CUTTING SAWLOG MANUFACTURING AND RECOVERY STANDARDS The Purchaser must fell all trees marked or designated for cutting that contain a log of this minimum size. The Purchaser must skid and haul all sawlogs that meet this minimum specification. Top DIB Length Top DIB Length Sawlogs meeting standards in Section VII.C.1.b through c Sawlogs Pulp/Other 5.6” 2.0” 16.5’ 16.5’ 5.6”- 8.5” 8.6”+ 10.5’ 8.5’
SNAGS. The purchaser will retain a minimum of 1-3 snags per acre that are >15 inches dbh within each harvest unit unless superseded by Section VII.
SNAGS. The purchaser will retain a minimum of 3-7 snags per acre per acre that are >15 inches and 1-3 snags per acre per acre that are >20 inches dbh within each harvest unit unless superseded by Section VII.
SNAGS. Purchaser shall leave all standing whitebark pine, western white pine, ponderosa pine and hardwood snags as well as Douglas-fir and western larch snags 10 inches or greater diameter breast height (DBH) standing unless required to be felled for safety. Snags felled for safety shall be left onsite. Leave only largest diameter snags within 50 feet of cone-bearing whitebark pine to ensure effective protection during future wildland fire.
SNAGS. Snags are marked in orange paint. If snags present human safety concerns, the purchaser may substitute snag recruits for snags upon approval of the Forest Officer. Designated snags for retention cut for safety purposes shall remain in the unit.