Berries

Close up on a huckleberry

Personal use berry collecting will not require a permit through Dec. 31, 2021.

Harvesters must follow all other regular guidelines and restrictions for free use berries, including:

  • Personal use berries cannot be sold or bartered. Harvesting berries & mushroms for commercial use is still closed at this time.
  • It is prohibited to collect forest products in wilderness areas, Old Maid Flats, developed recreation sites, or other areas normally closed to harvest.
  • Personal use berry harvest is limited to 3 gallons total per year.

Check road conditions and weather before heading out and pack out everything you brought with you. 

Free Use Forest Product Permits

Special Forest Product Allowable Quantity Unit of Measure Remarks

Berries

3

Gallons

The maximum allowable quantity per year per person is 3 gallons. 

 

Charge Forest Product Permits

Special Forest Product Rate ($) per Unit of Measure Unit of Measure Remarks Quantity Sold With $20.00 Minimum Purchase

Berries

3.00

Gallon

No commercial berry picking areas available at this time. Requires Special Request. In designated areas only. 

1 gallon is approximately 6 pounds. Commercial only at this time.

6 Gallons

 

Additional Resources

Special Request Forms

Frequently Asked Questions





https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/mthood/passes-permits/forestproducts/?cid=stelprd3793126