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Firewood permit

Does anyone know how to obtain a firewood cutting permit, I have looked on the DCNRs website and can't find anything . Wasn't sure if I should contact them personally or not. Not sure if this is the correct forum but wood will be used for the camp. Feel free to moved if in wrong forum. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If obtained would be looking in the Susquehannock state forest area.
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Call the district office from 730-400 at (814) 274-3600. Give them your info, then mail a check. Or stop at the district office and buy one next time you are at your camp. $20/cord.

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Thanks for the info bigbear appreciate the help
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I think it is Twenty Dollars for the year. They use a fiscal year September to September. Best advise is from bigbear ...call the office.
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I think it is Twenty Dollars for the year. They use a fiscal year September to September. Best advise is from bigbear ...call the office.
It is $20 per cord. A permit is good for 15 days from the time you request is to be valid. There is nothing about a fiscal year.

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Re: Firewood permit

The ANF issues a yearly permit Sept to Sept and it starts at $20 for 3 cords and goes on up to $50 for something like 6 or 8 cords. You get those at the Ranger Station. Of course, this doesn't help you for a State park.

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Re: Firewood permit

Call your local DCNR office. The price varies depending on how much wood you want to remove. You'll need to send a check, along with a self addressed stamped envelope so they can return the permit. the permit requires a specific time and location of removal.

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