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Tree permits offered for $5

Christmas tree cutting permits for national forests are now available at any U.S. Forest Service District Ranger Station for a cost of $5.

Up to five permits may be sold to a household. Permits and maps may be obtained by mail, but buyers must allow time for a check to travel through the mail and permit to be returned.

Forest Service permits come with a list of guidelines including reminders that no trees may be cut in wilderness areas, marked timber sale areas, or within 300 feet of campgrounds, lodges, summer homes, private lands and ranger stations.

Tuesday, December 03, 2013 3:02 PM

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