Hey all-just got a hot tip from a buddy who hunts a local state park. Apparently as a result of the storm damage in many parks across the state, the Division of Parks and Forestry has expanded the "Homeowner Firewood Program" temporarily in order to clear the blowdowns, etc... The program used to only be offered in parks at the extreme ends of the state (Stokes in the north and Bass River in the south), so I never took advantage of it because the round trip cost of gas would negate the savings on the wood. Now two parks that are practically in my backyard are offering permits-$25 a cord. Just bring a truck and a saw and the rangers direct you where to cut. I just called and will be heading out there either this weekend or next.