Lakeview Field Office Selling Firewood Permits

Lakeview DO
Media Contact
Lisa McNee

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — The Bureau of Land Management Lakeview Field Office will begin selling firewood permits starting April 18, 2024.

To purchase a firewood permit online:

  1. Go to

  2. Click on Oregon, select the Field Office, and then select Fuelwood.

  3. Complete and submit the application.

  4. Enter your credit/debit card information. Your payment will be processed within minutes, and you will then print your permit.

You will also receive an email with all the maps, stipulations, load tags, and documentation you will need to cut and remove products from BLM land safely. All purchased permits are final; no refunds will be granted.

Firewood cutting permits are for personal use only. The cost of a firewood permit is $5 per cord, two cord minimum, eight cord maximum per household per year. Permits are valid for each calendar year.

“It’s the woodcutter’s responsibility to obtain, understand, and follow the rules in effect at the time and place where they are cutting firewood,” said Field Manager Jami Ludwig. “This includes current fire restrictions and requirements for chainsaw operation.”

A commercial firewood permit is required for individuals who want more than eight cords and want to cut wood for resale or commercial use.

While out cutting firewood, remember to have your permit and map. Follow all permit stipulations and use caution to prevent wildfires. Please stay on existing roads and review your map to ensure you are on lands managed by the BLM and within authorized firewood cutting units.

For more information, contact the Lakeview Field Office at 541-947-2177.