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Maine Revised Statutes Title 12. Conservation § 1833. Management of nonreserved public lands

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1. Purpose. The bureau shall manage nonreserved public lands in a manner consistent with the principles of multiple use and shall produce a sustained yield of products and services in accordance with both prudent and fair business practices and the principles of sound planning.

2. Management plans. The bureau shall prepare for review by the commissioner and revise from time to time plans for the management of nonreserved public lands in accordance with the principles of multiple use and shall compile and maintain, to the extent practicable, an inventory of the diverse resources of those lands. The bureau must receive the full cooperation of the other agencies and instrumentalities of the State in the preparation and maintenance of such a resource inventory.

3. Actions. The director may take actions on the nonreserved public lands with respect to management of the lands consistent with the management plans for those lands and upon terms and conditions and for consideration the director considers reasonable.

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