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Agassiz NWR offers firewood permits

Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge in northwestern Minnesota is now selling woodcutting permits for $40, valid from Aug. 27 through April 15. Refuge personnel use woodcutting as a management tool to promote habitat diversity and to enhance oak tree...

Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge in northwestern Minnesota is now selling woodcutting permits for $40, valid from Aug. 27 through April 15.

Refuge personnel use woodcutting as a management tool to promote habitat diversity and to enhance oak tree growth.

A refuge map showing the two designated cutting areas and access trails, along with a list of permit conditions, is available at the refuge office.

For more information, contact Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge at (218) 449-4115 ext. 203 or 211, or stop at refuge headquarters. Agassiz is located 12 miles north of Thief River Falls on Minnesota Highway 32, then 11 miles east of Holt, Minn., on Marshall County Road 7.

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