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Tue, Oct 28th at 12:46 pm
L. Greenwood
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Dear Don't Move Firewood,

If we go camping in a National Park out of state and buy firewood from that National Park's campground store, that is supplied by an approved vendor, but we don't use the last 2 or 3 pieces of wood, is it ok to bring that extra firewood to one of our state parks over 400 miles away from the National Park where we bought it?

Thank you,
Concerned Camper

 

Dear Concerned Camper,

Tue, Oct 28th at 1:00 pm
L. Greenwood
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Here at Don't Move Firewood, we get quite a few questions about speciality woods used for smoking meats. Here's a recent sample question we addressed from the Dear Don't Move Firewood email "hotline."

 

Dear Don't Move Firewood,

Tue, Oct 28th at 12:46 pm
L. Greenwood
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Dear Don't Move Firewood,

If we go camping in a National Park out of state and buy firewood from that National Park's campground store, that is supplied by an approved vendor, but we don't use the last 2 or 3 pieces of wood, is it ok to bring that extra firewood to one of our state parks over 400 miles away from the National Park where we bought it?

Thank you,
Concerned Camper

 

Dear Concerned Camper,

Wed, Oct 22nd at 10:54 am
L. Greenwood
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Due to overwhelming popular demand, we are releasing our pre-colored-in Halloween Invasive Species Bug Mask Collection! These masks are colored in simple bright colors according to the actual true look of the insect, melding biologically accurate information with a fun and cartoon-like appearance. They are perfect for your invasive species lesson plan, ecological role playing, and more- whether for Halloween, Earth Day, or any other day!

 

Wed, Oct 8th at 3:30 pm
L. Greenwood
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Press Release for October 8, 2014

Contact: Trisha Johnson, 865-392-1222, trisha_johnson@tnc.org

 

Preserve Fall Color – Don’t Move Firewood

Leaf watchers may unwittingly transport bug invaders

 

Wed, Sep 10th at 5:15 pm
L. Greenwood
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Will you be taking a nice fall drive through the gorgeous states of Tennessee, Kentucky or Virginia this fall? Perhaps you might go camping in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Shenandoah National Park, or the Blue Ridge Mountains? If so, you might see one or more of our nine brand new Don't Move Firewood billboards! With locations on major interstates, we are proud to say that the total coverage from these billboards will be over 20 million viewers during the fall months, with the possibility of many more viewers in the spring of 2015.

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