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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Special Forest Products

Special Forest Products is a term used to describe vegetative material found on public lands that can be harvested for recreation, personal use, or as a source of income. Permits are issued on Wednesdays from 8:00am–11:00am and 12:30pm–3:00pm. Several products are available for collection on either a personal or commercial use basis through the Eugene District BLM office. Permits are at least a $10 minimum, unless free use collection is allowed. Please bring a valid government issued ID and description of vehicle, including license plate number. Below is a partial list of products available, but please contact the Eugene District office at 541-683-6600 or BLM_OR_EU_Mail@blm.gov for details on availability and current cost of any specific products.

Firewood

Cost is $11 / cord. You can add your name to the firewood waiting list between October 1 and October 31 every year by calling 541-683-6978. Permits are then issued throughout the year when cutting areas become available.

Other than the waiting list, if you find any downed trees alongside a road on BLM land that you would like to cut for firewood, call the front desk at 541-683-6600 with road number and description of the location. After a forester does an inspection of the area, we'll let you know if it qualifies for a permit.

Mushrooms

Mushrooms

No permit is required for personal use collection. Up to 1 gallon per person per day is allowed. For commercial use, permits are $.22 / lb with a 100 lb minimum per person per week. This includes, but is not limited to, chantrelles, yellowfeet, hedgehogs, cauliflower, and lobster mushrooms.

Greenery

Cost varies on specific species. This includes, but is not limited to, salal, Oregon grape, Douglas fir boughs, ferns, and huckleberry. Contact the Eugene District office for more details on specific species and costs.

Transplants

Cost is $1.10 / plant (10 plant minimum for $11). Many species are available for transplants. This includes, but is not limited to vine maple, ferns, salal, Oregon grape, and huckleberry. Plants must be less than 6' tall. No members of the family Liliaceae (Lily family) or Orchidaceae (Orchid family) are permitted. No collection is allowed within 200 feet of any stream or wet area.

Rock

Cost is $10.55 / 1.5 cubic yards. Three quarries are available for permits. Contact the Eugene District office for details and photos of the quarries.