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Southeast Timberlands

Our roots run deep. Through Green Diamond Management Company—a subsidiary of Green Diamond—we responsibly manage 496,000 acres of highly productive working forests.

Our Southeast footprint extends across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina, where we provide landowners and their investors with a comprehensive suite of forest management services. Our goal is to be a preferred provider of Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI)-certified forest products by partnering with landowners and investors who align with our sustainable forest management approach. The services we provide include:

  • Managing working forests to maintain and enhance their long-term health and productivity
  • Providing marketing and sales expertise to ensure value for forest landowners
  • Supporting the evaluation, acquisition and sale of forestlands

We take a long view to forest management, balancing both environmental and economic values to ensure that future generations can enjoy the bounty that working forests provide. We also prioritize public access across much of the Southeast Timberlands, with our Recreational Lease Program providing recreational opportunities for hunting, fishing, camping and more.

Atlantic Area

1040 Garland Dr., Suite 100 Bogart, GA 30622

Gulf Area

1907 6th St., Suite C Meridian, MS 39301


496,000 acres

Public Access

In the Southeast, our Recreational Lease Program features 350,000 acres of working forestlands in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina. Across these states, we offer opportunities for hunting, camping and other activities as allowed under state, county and municipal guidelines. Learn more about our online Recreational Lease Program and how to create or access an account.

Conservation Plans and Permits

Because our Southeast operations are so widely distributed, they encompass a diverse variety of plant, fish and wildlife species. As we work to protect these species and the habitats they rely on, we apply management best practices in line with SFI standards. We also ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations, including Endangered Species Act (ESA) take-avoidance policies. In Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina, we work with state officials to support important Wildlife Management Areas. These areas conserve and enhance wildlife habitats and enable public access for outdoor recreation.

Twin Creeks Timber South ESA Compliance:

Ensures sustainable forest management in accordance with state best management practices, SFI standards and ESA take-avoidance policies.