Permits for free Christmas trees are being offered by Land Between the Lakes
Land in the Lakes National Recreation Area offers free cedar Christmas tree permits.
Permits with maps and cutting guidelines are available starting Friday and must be obtained online. The permit allows each family to cut one tree until Dec. 24, the National Forest Service said in a statement.
Trees must be cedar and less than 10 feet tall with stumps less than 4 inches tall.
U.S. Cedar trees can be cut anywhere except Highway 68/Ky on the land between the lakes.
Route 80, the Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway, includes cemeteries, nature observation areas, campgrounds, timber sales areas, facilities and other grasslands, officials said.
The land between the Lakes National Recreation Area includes more than 170,000 acres of forest, wetlands, and western open space. Kentucky and Tennessee.
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