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Post Posted: Sep 7, 2010 2:37 pm 
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New in town (Evergreen area). Would like to cut my own firewood out of nearby National Forests areas. Can someone please guide me in where the office is to get a permit for cutting firewood in National Forest? Thanks, Susie Knight ... (303) 495-4869


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A call to the Simms Street office will answer your questions. You may be able to get the permit at the Goddard Ranch substation. <a href="http://www.colorado.gov/oed/industry-license/258IndDetail.html">Colorado.gov</a>
<a href="http://www.colorado.gov/oed/industry-license/258IndDetail.html">Colorado.gov</a> wrote:
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U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Forest Service
740 Simms St
Golden , CO 80401
(303)275-5350
For personal use, must obtain a permit (fees and quantities vary) from the District Ranger's office in the particular district. Designated wood cutting areas can change frequently. You must stay within the designated cutting areas.
If cutting wood for commercial sales, you must contact the District Ranger's office in the area and ask to be put on the "District Bidder's List."
Listing of District Offices can be obtained by calling US Forest Service or from their web site.
Link: http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/contact/


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Colorado State University
Colorado State Forest Service
5060 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins , CO 80523-5060
(970)491-6303
Fax(970)491-7736
To cut firewood on State Forest lands you must obtain a permit from the Colorado State Forest Service Office in Fort Collins. The permit is good for only one cord of firewood and can be used for one day only. If more than one cord is to be removed, purchase additional permits as needed.
NOTE: Firewood is not subject to sales tax if it is for residential use.


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The link to information about the Pike National Forest Wood Cutting permits can be found at:
http://www.ireavoices.org/Forum/tabid/5 ... fault.aspx

If you're interested in Arapaho or another National Forest just Google:
Wood Cutting permits Arapaho National Forest. Etc for other forests.


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