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Spanish Fork Ranger District offers Christmas tree cutting permits beginning Nov. 7

Nov 01, 2019 02:24PM ● By Ed Helmick

Venturing out into the forest to cut your own tree for the Christmas holiday season can be a great family tradition.

The kids love helping pick out the tree and being part of taking it home. It is something memories are made of. If you have time for a day trip to the forest this unique experience can be yours in this age of plastic trees and Christmas tree sales lots on almost every corner.

The Spanish Fork Ranger District has Christmas tree permits that will go on sale Nov. 7. The tree cutting permits sell for $15 each and are limited to one per adult. The permits are sold on a first-come, first serve basis until all tags are sold.

Christmas tree cutting is allowed until Dec. 24 and all trees must be tagged before transporting them home. If you need additional information, contact the Distract Ranger Office at (801) 798-3571. (Helmick is a Serve Daily contributor.)