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Lands unoccupied by crops, pastures, urban, residential, industrial or transportation facilities. Lands over which man has not extended his complete and permanent domain with his bulldozers, plows and asphalt spreaders.

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Wildland-Urban Interface

The common area where human settlements and built structures are intermixed and/or adjacent to undeveloped land in which the vegetation is permitted to grow without significant human interference.


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