When you purchase a permit, you will get a map showing where you.
For further information: If you have further questions regarding the request of Personal Use Forest Products Permit, including: Christmas Tree Cutting Permits. Firewood. RoundWood (posts, rails and building logs) Transplant Trees. Please contact: [email protected] Details. A TM66 permit is valid for 30 days from the time of purchase. You can get 1 permit per day period for each type of product. For example, in a day period you can get 3 permits: 1 for firewood, 1 for Christmas trees and 1 for transplants.
Each Forest Area has designated areas where firewood or Christmas tree cutting is permitted. Tree cutting permits for the Castle Provincial Park or Castle Wildland Provincial Park are issued by Ministry of Environment and Parks staff.
You can apply for a PUFPP or Castle permit at the following offices, or contact your local Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry office for more information. Blairmore. Blairmore Ranger Station 19th Avenue. Tree cutting for personal use shrubmulching.bar Notifications.
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COVID Updates. Alberta entered Stage 3 on July 1: Limited restrictions remain. Get vaccinated: Everyone 12+ can book first and second doses now. shrubmulching.bar All services. Yes, trees may be cut in Cypress Hills Provincial Park, Castle Provincial Park, or CastleWildland Provincial Park with an approved Tree Cutting Permit issued by Alberta shrubmulching.bar may not be cut in any other provincial park or protected area.
Trees may not be cutfor any commercial purpose and must only be cut for the harvester’s personal use. NOTE: Taking coniferous firewood/ timber out of the province of Alberta requires an export permit from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. Specific Condition for Christmas Tree, Firewood, Transplant, and Post & Rails Activity Christmas Tree The permit authorizes the holder to cut up to 3 Christmas trees no taller than meters (8 feet).
A permittee that holds a Personal Use Forest Products Permit that authorizes the cutting and removal of firewood or roundwood timber shall: a. Cut no more than five (5) cubic metres (approximately cords) of firewood or roundwood; b. Take as much of the tree as possible (utilize all parts of the tree greater than 4 centimetres). Alternately, you can also get a tree cutting permit for many locations around the province in public lands.
Please note, with the exception of permitted cutting in Cypress Hills Provincial Park and Castle Parks, any cutting of trees or disturbing of vegetation in Alberta Provincial Parks or Provincial Recreation Areas is strictly prohibited and carries a large fine.