Forest Products Permits

Fresh picked mushroomsThe taking or removal of forest products may require a permit and/or the payment of a minimal fee. Please inquire at the District Office before removing any products from the forest. 

Commercial purposes A permit is required for taking or removal of any forest product for commercial purposes.

Personal Use:  A permit is required for taking or removal of the following forest products from the forest for personal use:
Firewood
Posts
Poles
Christmas Trees
Boughs
Decorative Wood
Live trees, shrubs or plants
Mushrooms
Sand, soil, rock and gravel

A permit is not required for taking small quantities of the following products from the forest for personal use:
Berries
Pine nuts
Pine cones 

 

Features

Forest Products for Personal Use

Image of products that can be harvested in the forest

For minor amounts of forest products that are for one’s direct personal use, a permit may not be required.

The following page lists the products and the amounts that may be harvested under the incidental use rules.  Following these rules, a permit is not required and there is no cost for collecting the items.  Materials gathered under incidental use must be for your own personal use and cannot be sold or exchanged in any form, nor be used for making something for sale.
 

To download a brochure with information on what you can collect, the amounts allowed, and how to harvest to preserve and renew the forest products, click here (.pdf file)


Firewood Cutting

Firewood cutting is welcome on the Klamath National Forest. Anyone eighteen years or older may acquire a permit.  Contact Visitor Information staff for the most up-to-date requirements. Maps and information are available online and at open Forest Service offices.  More information



https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/klamath/passes-permits/forestproducts