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
If you have younger kids or grandkids and enjoy taking them out in the woods, you know how important it is to make things fun and interesting for them. The “Hands On As We Grow” website has a list of 23 things for young kids to do with you in the outdoors, which might be… more Get the Kids & Grandkids Out in the Woods with these Ideas
If you’re buying recreational land for the first time, you’ve quickly realized that this is much different than buying a home. In fact, the prospect of checking out different properties and making a good buying decision may seem a bit overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be, though. First, connect with an experienced real estate expert… more Helpful Tips for First-Time Recreational Land Buyers
Turkey hunting season dates and regulations vary widely from state to state, which can get a bit confusing if you are planning your spring trips. Thankfully, the National Wild Turkey Federation has a terrific state-by-state roundup of regulations and season dates, along with a few tips from famed turkey hunter Jeff Budz. He has completed more… more Spring Turkey Hunting Season is Here!
If you’re looking to buy recreational land, the advantages of being near public lands are pretty clear. Just last month, 38.1% of LANDTHINK’s audience chimed-in on our sponsored Pulse question and indicated that buying rural land located near public land is SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT. There is an incredible amount of federal and state-owned land around the country,… more Buying Recreational Property near Public Land