SIC Code
9512 - Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest Conservation

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Standard Industrial Classification Code 9512 - Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest Conservation

SIC Code 9512 - Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest Conservation

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The SIC Code 9512 - Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest Conservation. Learn more about the SIC 9512 in the Public Administration sector and its related General Liability, NCCI, and NAICS codes.

What Is The Description Of The SIC Code 9512?

The description for the SIC Code 9512 - Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest Conservation in the Public Administration sector is:

Government Establishments Primarily Engaged In Regulation, Supervision and Control Of Land Use, Including Recreational Areas; Conservation and Preservation Of Natural Resources; Control Of Wind and Water Erosion; and The Administration and Protection Of Publicly and Privately Owned Forest Lands, Including Pest Control. Planning, Management, Regulation, and Conservation Of Game, Fish, and Wildlife Populations, Including Wildlife Management Areas and Field Stations; and Other Matters Relating To The Protection Of Fish, Game, and Wildlife Are Also Classified Here. Parks Are Classified In Services, Industry 7999. Operators Of Forest Property Are Classified In Forestry, Industry 0811. Operators Of Game or Fish Preserves Are Classified In Major Group 09. Private Membership Establishments - Primarily Engaged In Promoting Conservation Of Wildlife and Protection Of Animals Are Classified In Services, Division I
  • conservation and Stabilization Agencies - Government
  • fish and Wildlife Conservation - Government
  • game and Inland Fish Agencies - Government
  • land Management Agencies - Government
  • recreational Program Administration - Government
  • soil Conservation Services - Government
  • wildlife Conservation Agencies - Government
  • wind and Water Erosion Control Agencies - Government

SIC Code 9512 - The Bottom Line

The Standard Industrial Classification SIC Code for Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest Conservation in the Public Administration is 9512.

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