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PUBLIC LAW 101-630 —NOV. 28, 1990 104 STAT. 4535 (B) standards providing quantitative criteria to evaluate performance against the objectives set forth in the plan; (6) "forest product" means— (A) timber, (B) a timber product, including lumber, lath, crating, ties, bolts, logs, pulpwood, fuelwood, posts, poles and split products, (C)bark, (D) Christmas trees, stays, branches, firewood, berries, mosses, pinyon nuts, roots, acorns, syrups, wild rice, and herbs, (E) other marketable material, and (F) gravel which is extracted from, and utilized on, Indian forest lands; (7) "forest resources" means all the benefits derived from Indian forest lands, including forest products, soil productivity, water, fisheries, wildlife, recreation, and aesthetic or other traditional values of Indian forest lands; (8) "forest trespass" means the act of illegally removing forest products from, or illegally damaging forest products on, forest lands; (9) "Indian" means a member of an Indian tribe; (10) "Indian land" means land title to which is held by— (A) the United States in trust for an Indian, an individual of Indian or Alaska Native ancestry who is not a member of a federally-recognized Indian tribe, or an Indian tribe, or (B) an Indian, an individual of Indian or Alaska Native ancestry who is not a member of a federally recognized tribe, or an Indian tribe subject to a restriction by the United States against gdienation; (11) "Indian tribe or "tribe" means any Indian tribe, band, nation, Pueblo or other organized group or community which is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the United States to Indians because of their status as Indians and shall mean, where appropriate, the recognized tribal government of such tribe's reservation; (12) "reservation" includes Indian reservations established pursuant to treaties. Acts of Congress or Executive orders, public domain Indian allotments, and former Indian reservations in Oklahoma; (13) "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Interior; (14) "sustained yield" means the yield of forest products that a forest can produce continuously at a given intensity of management; and (15) "tribal integrated resource management plan" means a document, approved by an Indian tribe and the Secretary, which provides coordination for the comprehensive management of such tribe's natural resources. SEC. 305. MANAGEMENT OF INDIAN FOREST LAND. 25 USC 3104. (a) MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES.— The Secretary shall undertake forest land management activities on Indian forest land, either directly or through contracts, cooperative agreements, or grants under the Indian Self-Determination Act (25 U.S.C. 450 et seq.). (b) MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES. —Indian forest land management activities undertaken by the Secretary shall be designed to achieve the following objectives—