FOREST SERVICES

The functions of the Forest Services Program are to enforce forest and woodland regulations and provide wildland fire prevention education presentations.  The issuing of forest/woodland product permits, and public relations are also functions of this program.

PERMIT REQUIREMENTS

To harvest or transport any forest/woodland product, within the jurisdiction of the Navajo Nation a valid permit must be in ones possession at all times.

CURRENT DESIGNATED PERMITTING OFFICES

Permits cover the harvesting and transportation of forest/woodland products.

Navajo Forestry Department, Fort Defiance, Ariz. (928) 729-4007

Chapter House Telephone #
Baahalii 505-778-5788/5796
Baca (CLUP) 505-972-9917
Becenti 505-786-2283
Beclabito 928-656-3265
Bodaway Gap 928-283-3493
Crownpoint 505-786-2130
Dennehotso 928-658-3300
Dilkon 928-657-8100/8101
Greasewood 928-654-3239
Hardrock 928-725-3501
Jeddito 928-738-2276
Kayenta 928-697-5520
Low Mountain 928-725-3700/3701
Lukachukai 928-787-2500
Lupton 928-688-2128
Many Farms 928-781-3605/3610
Mexican Springs 505-733-2832
Naschitti 505-9732-5400/5402
Newcomb 505-696-3300
Navajo Mountain Sr Citizen 928-672-2357
Round Rock 928-787-2510/2511
Sanostee 505-723-2702
Shiprock 505-368-1081
Shonto 928-672-2910
Steamboat 928-736-2631/2633
Tolikan 928-429-0977
Tonalea 928-283-3430
Torreon/Star Lake 505-731-2336
Tselani/Cottonwood 928-725-3765/3766
Tuba City 928-283-3284
Two Grey Hills 505-789-3100
White Cone 928-654-3900

NOTE: Unauthorized harvesting of forest and woodland products from the Navajo Nation is considered trespass and is a violation of the Navajo Nation Forest and Woodland Regulations, 17 N.N.C. § 525, and 25 C.F.R. § 163.29.