Bureau of Land Management is selling fuelwood permits for personal use to the public. Fuelwood permits cost $10 to $12 per cord and are available in person at select locations or online.
In almost all field offices, BLM fuelwood permits are valid for cutting only dead (down or standing) piñon and juniper (cedar). Cutting green trees or other trees not allowed by permit is strictly prohibited. Minimum and maximum cords for purchase vary by field office. Rules, regulations and timing vary slightly between field offices. Read all materials that accompany the permit.
Permits for the Farmington Field Office are available online at www.forestproducts.blm.gov. Online sales require payment with a credit or debit card. Printing permits, maps, instructions and haul tags are required.
Maps of open wood-cutting areas, along with all rules concerning fuelwood collection, will be available at the time of purchase.
For maps of fuelwood areas, visit www.blm.gov/maps/frequently-requested/new-mexico.