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Where can I cut a Christmas tree Washington State?

Where can I cut a Christmas tree Washington State?

You can now get the Christmas Tree cutting permits online.

  • Mt. Baker Ranger Station.
  • Verlot Public Service Center. 33515 Mountain Loop Highway, Granite Falls, WA.
  • Enumclaw Office. 450 Roosevelt Ave.
  • Glacier Public Service Center. Mt.
  • Skykomish Ranger Station.
  • Seattle REI.
  • Darrington Ranger Station.
  • Snoqualmie Ranger Stations.

Can you cut your own Christmas tree in WA?

Head out to one of Washington’s National Forests this season to cut down your very own Christmas tree. Trees are available to cut with a permit until December 24, leaving you plenty of time to plan your adventure.

Can I cut a Christmas tree in the national forest?

According to the U.S. Forest Service most national forests actually allow people to harvest the trees for personal use, including purposes such as firewood and for Christmas trees. To cut down a tree, you simply need a Forest Service-issued permit.

Can I cut down trees on my property in Washington state?

If you plant a tree on your property and it grows into your neighbor’s property, Washington law deems such a tree to be jointly and equally owned by you and your neighbor. You cannot cut down that tree without acquiring permission from your neighbor.

Where can I cut a Christmas tree in Snoqualmie?

  • Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest Supervisor’s Office. 2930 Wetmore Ave.,
  • Outdoor Recreation Information Center. 222 Yale Ave N. Seattle, WA 98109.
  • Darrington Ranger District. 1405 Emens Ave.
  • Mt. Baker Ranger District.
  • Skykomish Ranger District. 74920 NE Stevens Pass Hwy.
  • Snoqualmie Ranger District. 902 S.E. North Bend Way,

Can I cut a Christmas tree down in the woods?

Most, but not all national forests will allow you to choose and cut down your own Christmas tree, but you must have a permit issued by the US Forest Service.

Who is liable when a tree falls on a neighbor’s property in Washington state?

In Washington, you may have to pay damages to your neighbor if a tree on your property that is damaged and/or diseased falls across your neighbor’s property and causes injury, death or damage. Your liability exists even if a so-called “act of God” causes the tree to fall.

Can you forage in national forests?

Can you forage in National Forests? Foraging is generally allowed but rules and regulations are highly specific to each National Forest. Paid or free permits may be required for harvesting, and many plants have restrictions on quantity harvested or areas allowing harvest.

Where can I buy a Christmas tree in Washington State?

This can be purchased from any Forest Service office. Do not park at a Sno-Park unless you have a valid Washington State Sno-Park permit displayed in your vehicle. When choosing a Christmas tree, try to pick a tree from among a group of trees so one area does not become void of trees.

Can you cut Christmas trees in the Okanogan National Forest?

Permits are not refundable. It’s now easier to obtain a permit to cut Christmas trees from the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Permits can be purchased online through Recreation.gov. Permits purchased online will have to be printed to be valid.

Is the Christmas tree permit a replacement for the transplant program?

The Christmas tree permit system is not meant to be a replacement for our special forest product transplant program. That program is separate with its own guidelines. The Christmas tree program is just that, a program set up for families to cut their own Christmas tree.

How do you get a Christmas tree permit?

That program is separate with its own guidelines. The Christmas tree program is just that, a program set up for families to cut their own Christmas tree. When you cut your tree, peel and attach the Christmas tree permit sticker by wrapping around tree trunk between limbs where it is clearly visible while in transit.