Calling All Fourth-Graders: Get Your Free Christmas Tree Permit from the RRSNF!

Release Date: Nov 9, 2017  

Contact(s): Chamise Kramer, RRSNF Public Affairs Specialist (541) 618-2051


For the third year in a row, the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is excited to announce that all fourth-graders are eligible for a free Christmas tree permit through the Every Kid in a Park program.

Every Kid in a ParkThe innovative Every Kid in a Park program delivers a nationwide call to action to build the next generation of outdoor stewards of our country’s spectacular and diverse federally managed lands and waters by introducing fourth-graders to public lands in their backyards and beyond at an early age. Each fourth-grader or age-equivalent student may receive an Every Kid in a Park pass that will give them free access to 2,000-plus federally managed lands and waters across the U.S. for one full year, September 1 to August 31.

How does my Fourth-Grader obtain their Every Kid in a Park pass?

  1. Visit www.everykidinapark.gov and follow instructions to obtain the paper voucher.
  2. Print out the paper voucher.
  3. Bring your fourth-grader and their paper voucher with you to a RRSNF office to obtain their durable plastic Every Kid in a Park pass.

Once they have their pass, fourth-graders can come into any RRSNF office and present that pass/voucher to get their free Christmas tree permit!

Further information on the Christmas tree permit program can be found on the RRSNF's website.

Happy tree hunting from the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest!