Meaning of forestry or lumbering operations.
The term forestry or lumbering operations refers to the cultivation and management of forests, the felling and trimming of timber, the cutting, hauling, and transportation of timber, logs, pulpwood, cordwood, lumber, and like products, the sawing of logs into lumber or the conversion of logs into ties, posts, and similar products, and similar operations. It also includes the piling, stacking, and storing of all such products. The gathering of wild plants and of wild Christmas trees is included. (See the related discussion in §§ 780.205 through 780.209 and in part 788 of this chapter which considers the sec. 13(b)(28) exemption for forestry or logging operations in which not more than eight employees are employed.) Wood working as such is not included in forestry or lumbering operations. The manufacture of charcoal under modern methods is neither a forestry nor lumbering operation and cannot be regarded as agriculture.
[73 FR 77238, Dec. 18, 2008. Redesignated at 74 FR 26014, May 29, 2009]
Effective Date Note:
At 74 FR 26014, May 29, 2009, § 780.201
was redesignated as § 780.215
and newly designated § 780.215
was suspended, effective June 29, 2009.