Slash definition

Slash means all debris created on the Work area by the precommercial thinning operation.

Examples of Slash in a sentence

  • Slash from road maintenance or construction, including stumps, shall be dispersed throughout the sale.4.1.4 - Timber removed for construction (12/09)Trees cut or damaged in the process of pre-approved road, landing or skid trail construction will be decked in an area separate from other Designated Timber and not removed until measured by the sale administrator.

  • There will be only one division per Payment Unit.4 - Transportation 4.1 - Construction 4.1.3 - Slash and earthen piles (8/04)Piles or windrows of earth along roads and landings that have been widened or constructed shall be leveled.

  • Slash shall be scattered, and not left in windrows and kept a minimum of 10 feet back from the road edge.

  • Slash created by tree removal will be disposed of either through utilization, burning, chipping, mastication, lopping and scattering, or removal from the site within a specified timeframe.

  • Slash from road maintenance or construction, including stumps, shall be dispersed throughout the sale.4.1.6 - Road construction (1/09)Construction of new roads or improvements of existing roads shall be done in such a way as to minimize the environmental and visual impacts.


More Definitions of Slash

Slash means organic forest debris such as tree tops, limbs,
Slash means woody material less than six inches in diameter consisting of limbs, branches, and stems that are free of dirt. "Slash" does not include tree stumps, roots, or any other material.
Slash means pieces of woody vegetative residue greater than five inches in diameter or longer than three feet in length resulting from a forest practice operation;
Slash means nonmerchantable logs, branches, limbs or stems of any species left in the harvest area as a result of current timber harvesting.