Rhode Island General Laws Title 2. Agriculture and Forestry

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  • Chapter 1. Agricultural Functions of Department of Environmental Management
  • Chapter 2. Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Chapter 3. Cooperative Extension District Associations and the Rhode Island Agricultural Council
  • Chapter 4. Soil Conservation
  • Chapter 5. Federal Conservation Program
  • Chapter 6. Rhode Island Seed Act
  • Chapter 7. Commercial Fertilizer
  • Chapter 9. Forestry Functions of Department of Environmental Management
  • Chapter 10. State Forests and Forestry Projects
  • Chapter 11. Forest Fire Personnel
  • Chapter 12. Forest Fires and Prevention
  • Chapter 13. Northeastern Interstate Forest Fire Protection Compact
  • Chapter 14. Tree Wardens
  • Chapter 15. Protection of Trees and Plants Generally
  • Chapter 16. General Plant Pest Act
  • Chapter 16.1. Interstate Pest Control Compact
  • Chapter 17. Diseases and Parasites
  • Chapter 18. Nurseries and Nursery Stock
  • Chapter 18.1. Rhode Island Nursery Law
  • Chapter 19. Arborists
  • Chapter 20. Lumber Surveys
  • Chapter 21. Agricultural Liming Materials
  • Chapter 22. Soil Amendments
  • Chapter 23. Right to Farm
  • Chapter 23.1. Notification to Farmers
  • Chapter 23.2. Preservation of Agricultural Use
  • Chapter 24. Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact
  • Chapter 25. The Rhode Island Local Agriculture and Seafood Act
  • Chapter 26. Hemp Growth Act

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