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Do firewood restrictions apply to National Forests?

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The rule is..

• It is against the law (M.S. 89.551 Sec. 2 Subd.3b) to bring unapproved firewood into any state park, state forest or day-use area.

• Find an approved firewood vendor near your destination, Be sure to keep your receipt to show proof of purchase.

• Firewood can harbor many different kinds of invasive pests that are harmful to Minnesota trees. Firewood restrictions are needed to help prevent the introduction or spread of damaging forest pests including emerald ash borer, gypsy moth, and oak wilt.

But it says nothing about National forests. Can I bring my own firewood say into the Chippewa National Forest?


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