Native vegetation definition

Native vegetation means plant species that are indigenous to the region.
Native vegetation means "native vegetation" as defined in Section 25.09.520.
Native vegetation means vegetation comprised of plant species, other than noxious weeds, that are indigenous to the coastal region of the Pacific Northwest and which reasonably could have been expected to naturally occur on the site. Examples include trees such as Douglas fir, western hemlock, western red cedar, alder, big-leaf maple, and vine maple; shrubs such as willow, elderberry, salmonberry, and salal; and herbaceous plants such as sword fern, foam flower, and fireweed.

Examples of Native vegetation in a sentence

  • All works must be compliant with the Native Vegetation Act 1991 and the Natural Resources Management Act 2004.

  • Unless otherwise approved in writing by the Native Vegetation Council, the ‘SEB Area’ as delineated in Map 1.3 must be managed in accordance with the following minimum obligations.

  • Further information about the building control system and building in bushfire prone areas can be found on the Victorian Building Authority website xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.xx Copies of the Building Act and Building Regulations are available from xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx.xxx.xx For Planning Scheme Provisions in bushfire areas visit xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx.xxx.xx Native Vegetation Native plants that are indigenous to the region and important for biodiversity might be present on this property.

  • These include various contractual arrangements such as Voluntary Conservation Agreements under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974, Property Management Plans under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995 and Property Management Plans under the Native Vegetation Conservation Act 1997.

  • Low impact mineral and petroleum activities For the purposes of this administrative agreement, low impact mineral and petroleum activities are as defined in Schedule 1 of the Environmental Protection (Clearing of Native Vegetation) Regulations 2004 or as amended by the Governor through regulations under s.51C(c) of the EP Act from time to time.


More Definitions of Native vegetation

Native vegetation means vegetation including trees, comprised of plant species that are either indigenous or naturalized to the Puget Sound region. Native vegetation does not include noxious weeds.
Native vegetation means plant species that are indigenous to the area in question.
Native vegetation means plant species which are indigenous to the area in question.
Native vegetation means plant species that are indigenous to the coastal region of the Pacific Northwest and which reasonably could have been expected to naturally occur on the site. Invasive species and exotic species are not considered to be native species.
Native vegetation means indigenous aquatic or terrestrial vegetation, and includes dead vegetation unless that dead vegetation is of a class declared by regulation to be excluded from this definition but does not include vegetation in a plantation;
Native vegetation means plant species that occur naturally in a particular region or environment and were present before European colonization.
Native vegetation means plant species typically found on an undeveloped marine shoreline that are indigenous to the Northern Puget Sound Lowland eco-region and suitable to the specific site conditions.