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Bishop-Beckwith Marsh Body Land Use Regulations

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Bishop-Beckwith Marsh Body Land Use Regulations

made under clause 14(e) and subsection 52(1) of the
Agricultural Marshland Conservation Act
S.N.S. 2000, c. 22
N.S. Reg. 132/94, May 30, 1994

1 (1) No person shall construct works or use or develop lands within, on, or affecting the Bishop-Beckwith Marsh marshland sections in any way that is not conducive to and in conformity with sound agricultural purposes and practices.

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1) uses and activities deemed to be conducive to and in conformity with sound agricultural purposes and practices include the following:

(a) the tilling of soil;

(b) the planting and harvesting of crops;
(c) the growing of grains and forage crops for livestock feed;
(d) the growing of grass and legume crops;
(e) the growing of food crops for human consumption;
(f) the spreading of manure;
(g) the spreading of commercial (chemical) and natural fertilizer;
(h) the spreading of limestone;
(i) pest and weed control;
(j) pre-existing, non-conforming uses, only where and as they presently exist (e.g. sewage treatment plants and lagoons, remote controlled airplane clubs, and light-industrial parks).

(3) For the purposes of subsection (1) non-permitted works, uses, or developments include the following:

(a) land-fill sites or dumps of any kind;
(b) recreational activities of any kind;
(c) residential or commercial structures;
(d) drilled wells;
(e) sewage treatment plants or lagoons;
(f) industrial structures or uses;
(g) ponds for non-agricultural uses.

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