Plumas National Forest Christmas tree cutting permits are available at local businesses near the forest.
“People are able to get permits on weekends and evenings in many locations,” said Earl Ford, PNF supervisor. “Our partners are providing a wonderful customer service, especially to visitors.”
People are encouraged to call ahead about business hours and permit availability. Permits are $10 and include a map of tree-cutting areas.
Other tree permit information, participating local businesses and local Forest Service office locations may be found at fs.usda.gov/plumas.
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