Isanti County Minnesota, 70,000 acres of Forested Wildlife Habitat

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Isanti County Minnesota, Near the Cities and 70 thousand acres of Forested Wildlife Habitat

   I am very familiar with this area, having grown up just across the river in Polk County Wisconsin.

  Isanti County may seem a little urban at first glance with the Twin Cities just down the road a bit, but it is also a nice place with many Forests, Whitetails and other wildlife.





Isanti County is home to over 70 thousand acres of forest land.

Deer and Turkeys find this part of Minnesota to be a great place to live with plentiful Red and white oak acorns.

The county hosts 21 thousand acres of Oak forests, 21 thousand acres of Central Hardwoods, and 12 thousand acres of Aspen forests.

When you are ready to own a piece of this great wildlife habitat, give my friend William Feela a call, he is a Realtor who knows where the best hunting land is located in the Chisago, Isanti, and Pine county area. whitetail deer

  If you already own some forestland and would like to learn more about how to improve this land, make more money on your next timber sale, or if you would like an appraisal of the forest on your pending purchase, give me a call, our Foresters and Wildlife Specialists can help.







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Bob, Again, Southern part of the county getting built up but the north has a lot of rural area left.

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