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New Mexico Forest Products.
Most holiday tree permits are issued in November.
Several BLM New Mexico office locations sell permits for removal of certain forest products including firewood, Christmas trees, transplants, posts, poles, seeds, nuts, and berries.
Prices and availability of forest products vary by office location. Please inquire with the local BLM New Mexico office for further information. Per household annually, no permit or contract is required. New Mexico. (72) 72 reviews. The selection and cutting of a Christmas tree has been a treasured New Mexican tradition for many generations. Lifelong memories are built during these special times and we are happy to be able to offer tree permit sales and help with any information gathering you’ll need to make your trip a safe and enjoyable one.
Each permit will costplus aprocessing fee and allows you to cut a Christmas tree /5(73). See below to help you measure and choose a tree that meets your permit's freshly cut tree stump removal. The tree may be cut, or dug up and removed as a transplant.
The ground starts freezing as early as November. Please fill in the hole created when digging up a live tree. Do not cut or transplant Bristlecone Pine. Stump height: 6 inches maximum. Each permit is 5 (for any species) up to 10 feet, 10 for over 10 feet - up to 15 feet, and 15 for over 15 feet - up to 20 feet.
Take the whole tree. /5(51). You will only be permitted to cut your tree on the District where your permit is purchased. We only sell permits for Magdalena, Mountainair or Mt. Taylor Ranger Districts. BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR MAPS. The tree cutting season begins on Thanksgiving day and runs through December /5(60).
SFNF Cut-Your-Own Christmas Tree Permits Available Online for Holiday Season. Contact(s): Julie Anne Overton Santa Fe, NM – Nov. 4, – This year it’s easier than ever to purchase a permit to cut your own Christmas tree on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF).Online sales through bushfalling.bar will begin Monday, Nov. 16, as a safer alternative to traditional in-person sales at.
Dec 25, Permits costand allow for cutting and removal of 1 (one) tree for personal use only. Permit applications and payments must be received at the State Land Office in Santa Fe (via U.S.
mail or using our Drop Box by the main the building entrance) by pm on December 16, FARMINGTON, N.M. - The Bureau of Land Management Farmington District is selling Christmas tree cutting permits at the Farmington Field Office, Taos Field Offices, and the New Mexico State Office in Santa Fe. The permit allows cutting one piñon pine or juniper tree on designated BLM lands. Permits are for individual use only. Maps and.