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Can NSW State Forest collect firewood?

Can NSW State Forest collect firewood?

If you’d like to collect firewood for personal use from a state forest within NSW, you’ll need to apply for a permit. You can do this online.

Where can I cut firewood NSW?

Firewood may be collected from some public lands in the Riverina for domestic use only. You must have a permit. Generally, removing firewood from national parks is prohibited. However, firewood collection is allowed in national parks and state forests in the Riverina.

Can I collect wood from roadside NSW?

No wood is allowed to be collected in medium and high conversation areas marked in RED on the Roadside Conservation Map; Only fallen dead wood from road reserves can be collected; Only the permit holder has permission to collect wood and must be present during wood collection.

Can I take dead wood from the forest?

Is removing firewood legal? Everything within a wood, including fallen branches and logs, is the property of the woodland owner. This means removing logs from a wood without consent is considered theft. Make sure you have the consent of the wood owner before you remove any wood.

How many state forests are there in NSW?

Use Primefact 687 ‘Forests and forestry in New South Wales’ to answer the questions below. Questions marked with * require a personal response or further research. What two activities have resulted in the clearing of vast areas of forest?

Is red gum good fire wood?

Forest red gum is a versatile, durable and dense hardwood that is used for construction, making furniture, decking and flooring because of its beautiful light to dark red heartwood. It is also excellent firewood.

Can I get wood from the forest?

Most US National Forests allow people to harvest firewood for personal use, but you must have a Forest Service-issued permit and you must follow specific guidelines, which can vary from forest to forest (The BLM sells similar permits for the land they manage.)

Who owns NSW State forests?

Forestry Corporation
Our structure and functions. Forestry Corporation is a state-owned corporation. Forestry Corporation owns and manages more than 276,000 hectares of softwood and hardwood plantations and manages two million hectares of public native forests in NSW.