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A Personal Use Forest Products Permit (PUFPP) can be used only in designated Crown land areas on Crown land. Before getting a PUFPP, explore the forest area map and choose where you will be using your permit.
You can access forest area maps by either using our new interactive online map, or viewing the PDF maps listed in the drop-downs on this page.
Interactive Online Map
The interactive online map is temporarily unavailable. Please use the PDF maps below.
To view a PDF map of a forest area, check this Forest Areas Map first to determine which area you will be harvesting in:
- Download full-size map: Forest Areas Map (PDF, 4.9 MB)
Select the forest area you wish to visit, and find out more about where and how you can use a PUFPP.
Rocky Mountain House Area
Lac La Biche Area
Slave Lake Area
Peace River Area
Edmonton - Red Deer Area
There are no locations for PUFPP Tree Cutting Permits for this region.
Contact the Rocky Mountain House Forest Area or the Edson Forest Area for locations closest to Edmonton and Red Deer.
Grande Prairie Area
For information on this area contact the Agriculture and Forestry office in Calgary at 403-297-8800.
PUFPP (formerly TM66) maps
Castle Provincial Park or Castle Wildland Provincial Park
Tree cutting permits for the Castle Provincial Park or Castle Wildland Provincial Park are available online from the Alberta government.
High Level Area
For information on this area contact the Agriculture and Forestry office in High Level at 780-841-0132.
Fort McMurray Area
How to get a permit
Once you have chosen where you will be using your tree cutting permit, get a Personal Use Forest Products Permits (PUFPP).
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