- SOLD! 27+/- Acres on Salt Creek Joining Talladega National Forest For Sale In Talladega County, Alabama
- 8.8+/- Acres with Lake For Sale In Clay County, Alabama
- NEW PRICE!! 12.75 +/- Acres Near National Forest For Sale In Clay County, Alabama
- 15.23 Acres Hardwood Mountain Preserve For Sale In Cleburne County, Alabama
- REDUCED!! 260+/- Acres on Terrapin Creek Joining the Talladega National Forest For Sale In Cleburne County, Alabama
Monthly Archives: December 2010
If you know that someone is using your property without your permission, and you don't want it to become permanent go stop them today. See how the Alabama Supreme Court handled the boardwalk in Point Clear, Alabama, citing adverse possession … Continue reading
Rangers in the Oakmulgee Division recently reported theft of a utv, trailer, and skid mounted sprayer from their offices in Brent. Please visit the story, and contact the authorities if you have any information.
Alalandco recently listed many new parcels of intensively-managed timberland in south Alabama. Many of these tracts have power, road frontage, creeks, good internal roads, and vayring ages of timber. These new properties are well-priced, and we are excited to help … Continue reading
Deer hunters often wonder what is the best time to see a trophy buck. Having been an avid hunter for years and spending countless hours in the woods honing my skills, I hope to share some insights into when and … Continue reading
Last week during my visit to Wisconsin, I had a conversation with two managers of manufacturing facilities. The conversation turned toward deer hunting and eventually the topic of living in the country came up. The manager from Alabama said, "When … Continue reading
In the past few weeks we have posted a couple of articles about the American chestnut tree and how we are hoping they are making a comeback. This past weekend in Montgomery, Huntingdon College students planted American chestnuts on their … Continue reading
Local firefighters were able to subdue a fire near the Pinhoti Trail that affected nearly 65 acres. Read more from the Anniston Star.