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  1. Ed Patrias Land Lease Manager 10/4/04 Hunting Lease Program (and ATV use)

  2. Potlatch Corporation

  3. Minnesota Resource Management Division • Organizational Change – Less manufacturing, more resource management • Improved Environmental Performance - EMS implementation (ISO 14001 and SFI Certified) • Grow the Property Portfolio business segment • Exploring opportunities to grow the business

  4. Potlatch Exploring opportunities to grow the business • Land Sale Auctions • Conservation Easements • Hunting Lease Program

  5. Hunting Lease Program • Generate Revenue • Protect Resource • Safety

  6. Hunting Lease Program • Generate Revenue • RMD is a Profit Center • - helps cover costs • reforestation • taxes • Working Forest

  7. Hunting Lease Program • Protect Resource • Develop Formal Relationship with Users of Land Base • - Reduce Damage (ATVs, 4X4s, garbage, etc.) • - Report Problems

  8. Timber Damage

  9. Road Damage

  10. Garbage

  11. Hunting Lease Program • WHY PEOPLE LEASE:(survey results) • Certainty of a Place to Hunt • Hunter Safety • Tired of Crowds • Other Recreational Opportunities • More Economical than Land Purchase

  12. Customer Selection • Targeted Customers: • Adjacent/Local Landowners • Past Users • Screening • Potlatch foresters • Phone interviews • Crosscheck with DNR Enforcement records

  13. Tract Pricing • Two Programs • Non-bid Tracts • Presently – 96% • Price set per tract • Rates Based on Qualities of Parcel • Bid Tracts - 2005 • Small % (19 tracts) • Unique Attributes

  14. Wildlife Management Opportunities • Customer Interest • Food Plots (trails, logging roads & landings) • Education • CWD, Deer and Grouse Management, etc. • Forkhorn Camps

  15. LIMITS: No buildings No sub-leasing No cutting of trees No road or trail building No deer feeding No permanent deer stands in trees Rules and Regulations

  16. Deer Stands

  17. ALLOWED: Year around use; May 1st -April 30th Free-standing deer stands (4’ x 6’) Good neighbor policy Camping Posting of property Rules and Regulations

  18. Posting Property

  19. ACCESS Primary access routes remain open to public land Roads remain open for resource management Rules and Regulations

  20. Hunting Lease Program- History • Prior to ’01 – fee base 330M acres open to public use. • ’01 – pilot program: 3 tracts – 280 acres • ’02 – 56 tracts; 6,200 acres • ’03 – 302 tracts; 34,000 acres • ’04 – 659 tracts; 81,000 acres • ’05 – continued growth

  21. Hunting Lease Program October 1, 2004 – 530 tracts advertised www.pchhuntingleases.com

  22. Questions?