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"Every tree is owned by somebody," Accardi reminded. "If you're going to collect wood on someone else's property in their woodpile in their yard or in their woodlot or on an industrial forest tract then you need written permission. You're not allowed to use a chainsaw on someone else's land without written permission; that's a liability to a landowner. The rules are clear, and they are strict."