Personal use fuelwood no longer free on Oct. 1

The Lassen National Forest announces it will return to its policy of selling personal use fuelwood permits on Thursday, Oct. 1. The free personal use fuelwood policy introduced earlier this year expires on Sept. 30.

Starting Oct. 1, permits will no longer be free, and the newly purchased permits will no longer carry a free stamp. The personal use fuelwood permits/tags will continue to be issued by mail.

The 10-cord annual fuelwood limit will remain in place. Those permit holders who requested six free cords will be allowed to purchase four additional cords.

For your convenience, mail-in personal use request forms are available on our website at fs.usda.gov/detailfull/lassen/passes-permits/forestproducts/?cid=stelprdb5107317&width=full.

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