OAR 629-021-0200

The following definitions apply to OAR 629-021-0100 (Purpose) through 629-021-1100 (Periodic Review of Program).


“Landowner” means the owner identified in the management plan and any agent or consultant authorized by the owner to implement the management plan.


“Stewardship agreement” means a written agreement between the landowner and the Department(s) that ensures the implementation of a management plan meeting the intent of ORS 541.423.


“Management plan” means a written, multi-resource strategy for a particular tract of farm, forest, or other land, describing how the landowner will manage the land under consideration for a stewardship agreement to meet the intent of ORS 541.423 as laid out in OAR 629-021-0100 (Purpose) to 1100).


“Department(s)” refers to the Oregon Department of Forestry and/or the Oregon Department of Agriculture.


“Inventory” means describing elements of land uses, such as pasture, crop land, timber land, habitat, and other natural features, but not information that is proprietary or sensitive to landowner financial interests.


“Pesticides” include but are not limited to herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, and rodenticides. Pesticides are regulated under the Oregon Pesticide Control Law (ORS 634) and the Oregon Pesticide Regulations (OAR 603-057).


“Conservation” means the management of land, water, and natural resources for the purpose of meeting human and ecological needs in a sustainable manner.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 629-021-0200’s source at or​.us