No matter where you hunt – whether it’s on your own property, on public land, or on land you’re leasing – it’s always a good idea to see if you can expand your options by hunting on nearby properties. If that nearby property is privately owned, you might assume that it isn’t available to you.… more This is a good time to ask permission to hunt on private land
Again for the 12th year, PotlatchDeltic and its Preferred Brokers are well represented on The Land Reports annual list of Best Brokerages! Brokers in the PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network are experts in all aspects of recreational property sales. With decades of experience and deep knowledge of their geographic areas, they understand everything from what makes… more PotlatchDeltic & its Brokers Named as Best Brokerages 2021
The fall will be here before you know it, and for hunters, it isn’t too early to start preparing for a successful deer season. Whether you are doublechecking your tree stands, scouting new areas to hunt, or learning more about wildlife patterns in your favorite hunting area, spending time making preparations this summer will be… more It’s not too early to get ready for deer season
PotlatchDeltic, together with The Conservation Fund, are excited to announce that this transaction was selected by The Land Report as the Timberland Deal of 2020 (as featured in the Spring 2021 issue). We are proud to have been part of this historic transaction.[Click the article for a reader-friendly PDF] To read the full Land Report… more Timberland Deal of 2020: Minnesota’s Heritage Forest
Every recreational land buyer will have to answer a key question: Should you buy a property that has improvements like an access road and power, or would you rather purchase an unimproved tract that will require putting in those features later? Getting to the best answer for you requires some thought; it’s important to understand… more Should you Buy Improved or Unimproved Recreational Property?