Aggregates like crushed granite, limestone, basalt and sand and gravel are used in the construction of everything from homes and roadways to schools and hospitals. These basic building materials are essential to modern society and, as one of the world’s largest private landowners, we make these resources available for development as part of our day-to-day business.

We work independently and with industry partners to explore, evaluate and lease a variety of mineral commodities – including construction materials – on our 10.5 million acres in the United States. These non-timber resource opportunities are diverse and include materials used for residential, commercial and infrastructure development, as well as a variety of industrial, chemical, energy and environmental applications.

Aggregates Summary
Graphic showing 10.5 million acres available for minerals and aggregates.
Other materials include kaolin & bauxite, heavy minerals, frac sand, silica, metals

We’re committed to the socially- and environmentally-responsible development of our non-timber resources. As stewards of the land, we work closely with our lessees throughout the permitting process to help with regulatory approval and project development. Given the geographic diversity of our lands, we can also assist with wetland mitigation, wildlife habitat enhancement and reclamation planning.

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