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140K Forest Acres on the Edge of the Twin Cities St Croix County Wis

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140 Thousand Forest Acres on the Edge of the Twin Cities, St Croix County Wisconsinforests

  Just across the St Croix river from the largest city in this part of the country we find some very nice Forestland and Wildlife.

This lovely county is a hot-spot for people from the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and St Paul) with a short drive from the big city to a rural forest paradise where many commuters call home.

  Our clients at Woodland Management Service own some very nice forest land in this county and they are impressed with the aethetics, wildlife and forests here.

 hardwood forestSt Croix County is home to nearly 140 thousand acres of forest land.

  Most of this forest land is  High Quality Red Oak comprising over 60 thousand acres.  Secondary forestland types include Northern Hardwoods (Maple, Ash, Basswood) with 16 thousand acres, Central Hardwoods with 17 thousand acres.  And Aspen forests come with another 16 thousand acres. nick cruising timber

The Forests of this county are high quality, though many of them are becoming developed for housing lots.

In addition to producing income for our clients these forests are also great habitat for high quality Deer, Grouse, Turkeys, Bears, and more.

  If you are interested in purchasing land in St Croix County or if you already own some and would like to learn more about how to improve this land, give me a call, our Foresters and Wildlife Specialists can help.


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Debbie Laity
Cedaredge Land Company - Cedaredge, CO
Your Real Estate Resource for Delta County, CO

Hi, Bob. I wanted to drop by and wish you luck with the really cold temps you are having. My dad lives in Iowa and he called me to tell me all about it. Said they are arriving today. Good luck and stay warm. I know my little wood stove couldn't keep up with those kinds of below zero temps. 

Jan 05, 2014 01:11 PM
Eric Galuppo
Real Estate Rev - More Leads Means More Revenue

Hi Bob, nice post. What a relaxing place to live in. It's got to beat the stresses of city life.

Jan 06, 2014 02:08 AM
Bob Crane
Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, KW Diversified - Stevens Point, WI
Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671

Thanks for stopping by friends!

Yes Debbie it is a bit chilly up here this week, but that's part of the fun of winter, just have to be prepared.

You are right Eric, it is a great place to be, close to the cities with a little rural solitude and beauty.


Jan 06, 2014 09:53 AM
Kristin Hamilton CA REALTOR
Berkshire Hathaway California Realty - Beaumont, CA
(909) 557-6966- Specialize 55+ Communties Banning

Hi Bob,

The forest with all the trees is just beautiful but stay warm with this arctic freeze going through the country right now. I am just imagine how wonderful it would be to live in a rural area with hundreds of trees and forest animals running through the pathways and approaching the homes. We get skunks and opossum but I would love to see deer and foxes.

Jan 08, 2014 06:36 AM
Nicholas Crane
Woodland Companies - Cadott, WI
Managing & Appraising Forest Land

Thanks for sharing these reports, our clients gain value from of this type of information.


Apr 08, 2020 12:27 AM