DEEP: Firewood

Firewood

 
Self Issued Certificate for Transport of Firewood: Word Form; PDF

  {typical full cord measure} Know what you are looking for when you buy firewood. Firewood seems like it should be a relatively easy product to purchase, but problems can occur. Questions can arise with regards to green wood versus dry wood, how the quantity of firewood is measured and types of wood to be used as firewood. Each of these topics is discussed in the following:

Firewood tips

Fuelwood Calculator

Cutting Firewood on State Land. The Division of Forestry has a program through which individuals may receive a permit to cut firewood on State Forestlands. Firewood may only be harvested by those with a permit, and a permit can only be issued after an application has been received and reviewed. In times of high interest in harvesting firewood, not all applications for firewood permits can be approved, so please be sure to apply early.

Firewood Program in the State Forests

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Donít Move Firewood. The Connecticut DEEP Division of Forestry is participating in a national program that seeks to heighten public awareness regarding the environmental dangers of moving firewood over large distances. Many insects and diseases may be carried in seemingly harmless firewood, including such potentially devastating organisms as the Asian longhorned beetle, the emerald ash borer and the fungus that causes Dutch elm disease.

Please visit the "Donít Move Firewood" website.

National Firewood Task Force Recommendations

APHIS PPQ Comments on NFTF Recommendations

Wastebusters-Woodburning Myths

Wood Stoves & Outdoor Wood Burning Furnaces

CT-N OnDemand: Dept of Consumer Protection Briefing on Buying and Storing Firewood

APHIS - We Promise Campaign

Wood Heat: an Alternative Fuel for Homes

Firewood Regulations for area states: New York, Maine, New Hampshire

 

Content last updated December 5, 2014