Firewood permits went on sale from the U.S. Forest Service over the weekend, allowing the public to harvest down or standing wood from areas of the forest. Forest Spokesperson Mary Cernicek says those permits are available at the Jackson Hole/Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center or most of the district ranger offices along with the guidelines for collection of firewood. Cernicek says all wood gathered on the forest must be kept to a length of 8-feet or less. The permits cost four dollars per cord with a minimum purchase of five cords for twenty dollars. Cernicek says the Forest also offers permits for sale via postal mail. Details can be obtained through one of our Forest Offices or from the forest website.