2 Wadena County properties for sale during MNR land sale in December


The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has Crown land for sale in Wadena, Anoka, Carlton, Itasca, Pine, and St. Louis counties. The 10 plots for sale include recreational and lakefront properties as well as a 7.7 acre property with commercial development potential.

Wadena County has two lots for sale under the Rural and Recreational Property category. The first 39.5 acre parcel is located southwest of Nimrod along the Red Eye River. The the plot has wood including upland pine and lowland hardwood. There is no legal access to the package. The minimum bid is $ 31,000.

The second package of about 80 acres is southeast of Menahga. The plot consists of plain Tamarack. The plot is accessible from 149th Avenue. The minimum bid is $ 55,500.

The DNR sells land at public auction in accordance with state laws. The December online auction is in partnership with MinnBid, the online auction website for the Minnesota Department of Administration. Bidding on properties requires registration for an account on the MinnBid site. The properties will be available for online auction from Wednesday December 1 through Wednesday December 15.

Interested bidders can visit mndnr.gov/landale obtain property sheets, Terms of Sales, and instructions for participating in the MinnBid system. You can call 651-259-5432, 888-646-6367 or email min.landsale@state.mn.us with questions about a specific property.

MNR land sales help the ministry optimize its land holdings and fulfill its responsibility to maximize recreational, conservation and economic opportunities for the state, according to a press release from MNR. Public lands support economies based on natural resources, outdoor recreation opportunities, ecological benefits such as clean air and water, and critical habitat for rare plant and wildlife.

The sale of land allows the MRN to withdraw land from its portfolio that no longer meets the main management objectives. Depending on the type of land sold, sales revenue may go to the School Trust or provide funds to allow MNR to invest in other acquisitions of high priority land, the statement said.

Those interested in the sale of public land can subscribe to receive emails on land sales and future public land auctions.


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