The Hart Prairie Restoration Project will continue to contribute firewood to local tribes through the Wood for Life partnership. Coconino National Forest officials announced Monday that more than 300 cords of wood in Hart Prairie will be donated to the Hopi and Navajo tribes, as well as other vulnerable indigenous populations. While much of the wood from the project will go to Wood for Life, a free use collection area is open to the public, with a permit. The area is 15 miles north of Flagstaff along Highway 180 off of Forest Road 151. To get a permit, call the Coconino National Forest Supervisors Office, or the Flagstaff Ranger District.