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Collecting Firewood In The Cleveland National Forest

February 04, 1989|Clipboard researched by Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times. Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Each year, the National Forest Service issues 100 permits to collect firewood in the Trabuco District of the Cleveland National Forest, which extends into Orange County. Permit holders can collect one cord (128 cubic feet) of dead and down firewood for personal use--not for resale. The wood is mostly small diameter brush material with some fallen trees and limbs. Only about 15 permits for the current season remained as of Jan. 24. The $20 permits, good through Sept. 30, 1989, must be obtained in person at the Corona Ranger Station, 1147 E. 16th St. Office hours are weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; call (714) 736-1811 for information.


San Juan Station: (714) 728-0113

Trabuco Station: (714) 858-9381

Silverado Station: (714) 649-2645

Temescal Station: (714) 737-1770

El Cariso Station: (714) 678-3136

Wildomar Station: (714) 678-1661

Source: National Forest Service

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