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USDA Forest Service offers free Christmas tree tags to fourth-graders

Dec 07, 2018 06:57AM ● By Editor

Photo:  U.S. Forest Service


From the National Forest Service in The Cook County News Herald - December 7, 2018


Fourth-grade students may obtain a free Christmas tree permit through the “Every Kid In A Park Program.”

The program is an initiative to get kids and families into our national forests and parks. Fourth-grade students can go to the Every Kid In A Park website, complete some online activities, and print a voucher good for a special Fourth-Grade Pass which can be picked up at participating federal agency offices, including the Superior National Forest.

In addition to enabling fourth-graders to receive a pass that allows free access to federal lands, the pass (or the printed voucher) also allows fourth-graders to get a free permit for their family to harvest a Christmas tree on a national forest.

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