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Cutting Christmas Trees in National Forests

Christmas Tree.jpg In order to cut down a Christmas tree on national forest land, you must first get a permit and follow the rules set by the Forest Service. You can apply for a permit at a number of Forest Service locations. Find information about applying for permits here. Note that each national forest has its own rules you must follow, from the number of trees you can cut per household, the type of tree you can cut down, and there may be special rules about the height of the tree you can cut.

Find a Utah Forest Service office by visiting the Forest Service's website.


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