Our goal is to manage Trust Lands efficiently and sustainably.
The School Trust Lands provide revenue through sustainable timber management and are used for hunting, fishing, trapping, protection of water quality and biological diversity, aesthetics and outdoor recreation.
The legislature voted unanimously in 2006 to grant "Land Bank" authority to the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. With this powerful new tool, the agency has the ability to increase its productive timberland, ensure protection of unique natural areas, and enhance public access to Trust Lands.
To learn more about the Land Bank Program, click here.
To view a map of School Trust Land total acreage by county, click here.
To view individual maps of BCPL ownership by county, click here.
To see Surplus BCPL Property for Sale, click here.