Thursday, December 2, 2021

Christmas Trees


Happy Holidays!

Thanks to everyone who has called to start the Holiday Season off on the right foot by checking to see if Christmas tree cutting is allowed on State Forests.  We really appreciate everyone working to "do the right thing" on State Forest lands.

Oregon's State Forests don't issue permits for or allow cutting of Christmas trees.  There are great opportunities to cut your own Christmas trees on most National Forests and at local Christmas tree farms.

Here are some resources to help you find the best place to cut your Christmas tree:

Links for more information on cutting Christmas trees in National Forests:

Mt. Hood National Forest

Siuslaw National Forest

Links for information on private Christmas tree farms:

Pick Your Own Christmas Tree

Oregon Farm Bureau



Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Forest Road Update - 10.13.2021

Cedar Creek Road

Timber falling operations along Cedar Creek Road will leave the road impassable during weekdays from 5am till 3pm.  Gates located at the junctions of Cedar Butte/Cedar Creek and Wolf Point Road/Cedar Creek will be locked during this time period.  

Road is open after 3pm and on weekends.

Operator is on CB 15.


Bark Shanty and N. Fork Trask Road

Logging operations will have a skyline cable hanging over Bark Shanty Road to a tail hold cat located above on North Fork Trask Road.  Bark Shanty is open but lines will be above.  

The Operator is on CB 29.

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Fire Season Ends in the Tillamook State Forest - October 1, 2021

 Fire Season will end for the Tillamook and Clatsop State Forests on Friday, October 1, 2021.  This is made possible by a long term forecast for mild weather combined with the 4" - 7" rainfall totals from across Northwest Oregon.

The Oregon Department of Forestry appreciates everyone's efforts to work with in the fire restrictions to prevent wildfires this season.

A seasonal wildland firefighter sprays water on the Game Hog Fire.