Code of Alabama - Title 34: Professions and Businesses - Section 34-12-4 - Qualifications of applicants for registration

Section 34-12-4 - Qualifications of applicants for registration.

(a) The following requirements shall be considered as minimum evidence satisfactory to the board that the applicant is qualified to practice forestry and to be registered and licensed pursuant to this chapter. Each applicant shall:

(1) Hold a bachelors or higher degree from a school approved by the board or accredited by the Society of American Foresters in a forestry curriculum accepted by the board.

(2) Have passed a written or oral examination, or both, designed to show the knowledge and skill obtained through graduation from the school or college.

(3) Have a specific record of two years or more of experience in the practice of forestry of a nature satisfactory to the board and indicating that the applicant is competent to practice forestry.

(4) Be a person of good character and reputation.

(5) Be a citizen of the United States or, if not a citizen of the United States, a person who is legally present in the United States with appropriate documentation from the federal government.

(b) The board shall issue licenses only to those applicants who meet the requirements of this section.

(Acts 1957, No. 533, p. 750, §12; Acts 1961, Ex. Sess., No. 141, p. 2082, §1; Acts 1969, No. 1051, p. 1965, §6; Acts 1973, No. 1202, p. 2020, §5; Acts 1990, No. 90-105, p. 124, §3; Act 98-145, p. 223, §3; Act 2010-278, p. 502, §3.)

Last modified: May 3, 2021