BARING – The Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge invites families to cut their Christmas trees on either of the two divisions of the refuge. The refuge is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Each family may cut up to two trees for personal use. A free permit is required. Visitors must have permits in their possession while cutting and transporting trees. No trees may be cut in the national wilderness areas of the refuge. Tipping or gathering of evergreen boughs is prohibited.
Permits are available at refuge headquarters, located off the Charlotte Road.
Call 454-7161 for information.