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107 STAT. 2012 PUBLIC LAW 103-177—DEC. 3, 1993 ^ (4) increase the educational and training opportunities avcdlable to Indian people and communities in the practical, technical, and professional aspects of agriculture and land management to improve the expertise and technical abilities of Indian tribes and their members. 25 USC 3703. SEC. 4. DEFINITIONS. , v For the purposes of this Act: (1) The term "Indian agricultural lands" means Indian land, including farmland and rangeland, but excluding Indian forest land, that is used for the production of agricultural products, and Indian lands occupied by industries that support the agricultural community, regardless of whether a formal inspection and land classification has been conducted. (2) The term "agricultural product" means— (A) crops grown under cultivated conditions whether ..., used for personal consumption, subsistence, or sold for commercial benefit; (B) domestic livestock, including cattle, sheep, goats, horses, buffalo, swine, reindeer, fowl, or other animal specifically raised and utilized for food or fiber or as beast of burden; (C) forage, hay, fodder, feed grains, crop residues and other items grown or harvested for the feeding and care of livestock, sold for commercial profit, or used for other purposes; and (D) other marketable or traditionallv used materials authorized for removal from Indian agricultural lands. (3) The term "agricultural resource" means— (A) all the primary means of production, including the land, soil, water, air, plant communities, watersheds, human resources, natural and physical attributes, and man-made developments, which together comprise the agricultural community; and (B) all the benefits derived from Indian agricultural ^ lands and enterprises, including cultivated and gathered food products, fibers, horticultural products, dyes, cultural or religious condiments, medicines, water, aesthetic, and other traditional values of agriculture. (4) The term "agricultural resource management plan" means ajplan developed under section 101(b). (5) The term "Bureau" means the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the Department of the Interior. (6) The term "farmland" means Indian land excluding Indian forest land that is used for production of food, feed, ig fiber, forage and seed oil crops, or other agricultural products, and may be either dryland, irrigated, or irrigated pasture. (7) The term "Indian forest land" means forest land as defined in section 304(3) of the National Indian Forest Resources Management Act (25 U.S.C. 3103(3)). (8) The term "Indian" means an individual who is a member of an Indian tribe. (9) The term "Indian land" means land that is— (A) held in trust by the United States for an Indian tribe; or (B) owned by an Indian or Indian tribe and is subject to restrictions against alienation.