TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)- Need wood? The Sawtooth National Forest fuelwood permits are on sale for most parts of southern Idaho.

The SNF announced permits will be available starting May 31 in the Ketchum Ranger District and Sawtooth National Recreation Area. The cost of a single permit is $12.50 per cord with a two cord minimum and limit of 10 cords per household. You can used the permits in the Sawtooth, Boise or Payette National Forest.

When you go to cut the wood you will need to follow the rules of the road on forest land, unless it is specifically stated otherwise in the permit. The Forest Service says now is the best time to cut the wood when the snow is melted because later there could be restrictions on cutting later on in the season. Also, some forest roads may still be fairly muddy and you could get stuck this time of year.

Here is a list of places you can get fuelwood permits:

Sawtooth National Forest Vendors:

Rock Creek General Store, Hansen                     208-423-5659

Hansen Quick Stop & Go, Hansen                       208-423-9900

Camas Creek Country Store, Fairfield                 208-764-2211

Lower Stanley Country Store                                         208-774-3566


Sawtooth NF Ranger District Offices:

Minidoka RD                                                                        208-678-0430

Ketchum RD                                                                         208-622-5371

Fairfield RD                                                                           208-764-3202

Sawtooth National Recreation Area                           208-727-5013

Stanley RD                                                                            208-774-3000

Sawtooth Supervisor’s Office                                       208-737-3200

For additional information about the Sawtooth National Forest call 208-737-3200 or visit the Sawtooth National Forest website and find them on Facebook.