The Caribou-Targhee National Forest will start selling firewood permits for personal use beginning June 1st. Firewood may be purchased for $6.25 a cord with a minimum purchase of four cords. Additional cords may be purchased for $6.25 a cord, up to a maximum of 8 cords per household. The minimum cost of a firewood permit is $25.
Other forest products, including transplant permits and post and pole permits, will be available at this time as well. Contact a local ranger district office for availability.
Meanwhile, Bridger-Teton National Forest is already selling firewood permits since May 15th for $7 a cord. The minimum charge is $35.00 per permit. In order to ensure that there will be enough firewood accessible to people for their personal use in the future, each family is limited to 10 cords per year, per household.