OCCUPATIONAL CODE (EXCERPT)
Act 299 of 1980
As used in this article:
(a) “Forester” means a person who, by reason of his or her knowledge of the natural sciences, mathematics, and the principles of forestry, acquired by forestry education and practical experience, is qualified to engage in the practice of professional forestry.
(b) “Practice of professional forestry” means professional forestry services, including consultation, investigation, evaluation, planning, or responsible supervision of forestry interns or forest technicians when the professional service requires the application of forestry principles and techniques.
History: 1980, Act 299, Imd. Eff. Oct. 21, 1980
Compiler's Notes: For transfer of powers and duties of certain occupational functions, boards, and commissions from the Department of Licensing and Regulation to the Department of Commerce, see E.R.O. No. 1991-9, compiled at MCL 338.3501 of the Michigan Compiled Laws.For transfer of powers and duties of the board of foresters from the department of commerce to the director of the department of consumer and industry services, and the abolishment of the board of foresters, see E.R.O. No. 1996-2, compiled at MCL 445.2001 of the Michigan Compiled Laws.
Popular Name: Act 299
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