75. Until the regeneration of the areas referred to in section 74 is established in those areas in accordance with section 90 and has reached an average height of 3 m, a holder of a management permit shall preserve, between any 2 such areas, a buffer strip at least
(1) 100 m wide where one of the areas covers 100 to 150 ha; or
(2) 60 m wide where both areas cover less than 100 ha.
The buffer strip referred to in the first paragraph shall be composed of trees, bushes or brushwood more than 3 m in height and shall serve, in particular, as a visual screen and a corridor for the movement of wildlife.
Where a holder of a management permit carries out cutting referred to in section 74 on the periphery of a salt lick, he shall preserve a buffer strip, in accordance with this section, in such a way that the strip is in contact with the salt lick.
It is prohibited to operate machinery in a buffer strip referred to in the first paragraph, except where provided for in sections 76 and 78.