Brian Nicholson, El Observador de Utah
SPANISH FORK — Christmas tree permits will be sold Wednesday, Nov. 20, at the Spanish Fork Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, 44 W. 400 North.
One tree permit per person ages 16 and older is allowed. Permits will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis until the 400 tags are sold.
Tree-cutting permits are $10 and are for designated cutting areas within the Vernon area located in Tooele County on the Spanish Fork Ranger District. Only pinyon pine or juniper trees 20 feet tall or shorter may be cut and removed. Trees maybe cut up until Dec. 24, and all trees must be tagged prior to transporting them.
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