EUGENE, Ore. – Are you looking to cut down your own Christmas tree this year?
The U.S Forest Service started issuing tree cutting permits on Nov. 12 and will continue to issue them through Dec. 15.
Christmas tree permits are available at the Springfield Interagency Office as well as Sweet Home Ranger District and McKenzie Ranger District.
The non-refundable permit costs $5 and there is a limit of five permits per household.
Permits can only be used on lands open to Christmas tree harvesting.
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