Kaibab National Forest offers free Christmas tree permits to fourth graders

Free Christmas tree tags on the Kaibab National Forest are now available to fourth grade students. Photo/flickr commons

Free Christmas tree tags on the Kaibab National Forest are now available to fourth grade students. Photo/flickr commons

TUSAYAN, Ariz. - The Kaibab National Forest is pleased to announce that all fourth graders are eligible for a free Christmas tree permit, while supplies last, through the Every Kid in a Park initiative.

Every Kid in a Park is a nationwide call to action to build the next generation of conservationists. All fourth graders are eligible to receive a fourth grade pass that allows free access to federal lands and waters across the country for a full year.

In support of this initiative, the Forest Service is making available a free Christmas tree permit to every interested fourth grader with a fourth grade pass. More information about the initiative and how to obtain a pass is available at www.everykidinapark.gov.

In order to receive a free Christmas tree permit from the Kaibab National Forest, the fourth grader must be present with the fourth grade pass.

Ranger districts can be contacted at the following:

North Kaibab Ranger District, 430 S. Main St., Fredonia, AZ 86022; (928) 643-7395.

Tusayan Ranger District, 176 Lincoln Log Loop, Grand Canyon, AZ 86023; (928) 638-2443.

Williams Ranger District, 742 S. Clover Rd., Williams, AZ 86046; (928) 635-5600.

More information about Christmas tree permits is available at the Kaibab National Forest website www.fs.usda.gov.

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