Lease of kelp fields
(1) The Department of State Lands may lease submerged lands owned by the State of Oregon for the purpose of harvesting kelp and other seaweed after consultation with the State Fish and Wildlife Commission.
(2) The lease may be for a term of not to exceed 50 years and shall provide for the payment to the State of Oregon of a sum to be fixed by the department for all kelp or other seaweed harvested under the lease, to be paid at the end of each year. Not more than 40 miles of coast line shall be leased to one person. [Formerly 274.010; 1967 c.421 §172; 1993 c.298 §1]
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