html 30211 english Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-310555-64 School trust lands are an important and broadly misunderstood category of land ownership. They were established in the Minnesota Constitution to be held in trust for a single and specific purpose: to generate revenue for public schools. Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands School trust lands are an important and broadly misunderstood category of land ownership. They were established in the Minnesota Constitution to be held in trust for a single and specific purpose: to generate revenue for public schools. 2017-09-07T15:23:19.6630000Z 2024-06-19T16:40:53.2491596Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2024-06-19T11:40:53-0500 Working diligently on behalf of Minnesota?s school trust beneficiaries Advancing initiatives that balance revenue enhancement and resource stewardship Promoting ... html 29929 english Forest Management / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-314353-64 Approximately 1.5 million acres of school trust lands are considered commercial forest lands. The DNR?s Division of Forestry is responsible for the administrative duties of managing these productive timber lands including forest modeling, timber inventory, appraisals and sales, reforestation, and collecting and accounting of revenues. School trust timber sales account for approximately 46 percent of all DNR timber revenues annually. Forest Management Approximately 1.5 million acres of school trust lands are considered commercial forest lands. The DNR?s Division of Forestry is responsible for the administrative duties of managing these productive timber lands including forest modeling, timber inventory, appraisals and sales, reforestation, and collecting and accounting of revenues. School trust timber sales account for approximately 46 percent of all DNR timber revenues annually. 2017-10-09T16:14:08.2130000Z 2024-06-19T16:13:34.7482813Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2024-06-19T11:13:34-0500 Forest Management Approximately 1.5 million acres of school trust lands are considered commercial forest lands. DNR?s Division of Forestry is responsible for ... html 25856 english Minerals Management / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-314356-64 The school trust holds 3.5 million acres of mineral rights in Minnesota, consisting of 2.5 million acres of unified surface and mineral estate and one million acres of severed mineral rights (severed mineral rights occur when the state owns the subsurface rights but not the surface rights to a parcel of land). The trust's mineral interests?royalty and land rental payments?account for approximately 80 percent of historic school trust revenues. Iron ore and taconite mining remains the major source of revenue for the trust. Minerals Management The school trust holds 3.5 million acres of mineral rights in Minnesota, consisting of 2.5 million acres of unified surface and mineral estate and one million acres of severed mineral rights (severed mineral rights occur when the state owns the subsurface rights but not the surface rights to a parcel of land). The trust's mineral interests?royalty and land rental payments?account for approximately 80 percent of historic school trust revenues. Iron ore and taconite mining remains the major source of revenue for the trust. 2017-10-09T16:21:19.2430000Z 2023-01-18T14:29:21.2112106Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2023-01-18T08:29:21-0600 Minerals Management The state owns 3.5 million acres of school trust mineral rights, consisting of 2.5 million acres of unified surface and mineral estate and ... html 22675 english Real Estate Management / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-314354-64 Currently, real estate revenue is generated from transactions such as lease contracts, easements, utility licenses, forest campground fees, and periodic auctions of trust lands. The trust also enters into land exchanges to consolidate ownership, improve management, or to take advantage of potential future revenue. Real Estate Management Currently, real estate revenue is generated from transactions such as lease contracts, easements, utility licenses, forest campground fees, and periodic auctions of trust lands. The trust also enters into land exchanges to consolidate ownership, improve management, or to take advantage of potential future revenue. 2017-10-09T16:16:33.2830000Z 2023-01-23T13:42:25.6647063Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2023-01-23T07:42:25-0600 Real Estate Management Currently, real estate revenue is generated from transactions such as lease contracts , easements , utility licenses , forest campground ... html 24018 english Habitat Banking / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-316748-64 A habitat conservation bank is a parcel of land that supports the natural habitat of one or more species listed under the Endangered Species Act. These lands are conserved and permanently managed for species that are endangered, threatened, candidates for listing, or are otherwise species-at-risk. In creating a conservation bank on trust lands, trustees must identify lands for such a bank based on the biological criteria of the species involved and (often) a recovery plan. Designated lands are placed under a permanent conservation easement with third-party oversight. Habitat Banking A habitat conservation bank is a parcel of land that supports the natural habitat of one or more species listed under the Endangered Species Act. These lands are conserved and permanently managed for species that are endangered, threatened, candidates for listing, or are otherwise species-at-risk. In creating a conservation bank on trust lands, trustees must identify lands for such a bank based on the biological criteria of the species involved and (often) a recovery plan. Designated lands are placed under a permanent conservation easement with third-party oversight. 2017-10-30T14:41:33.3300000Z 2023-01-18T15:59:18.5258010Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2023-01-18T09:59:18-0600 Habitat Banking A habitat conservation bank is a parcel of land that supports the natural habitat of one or more species listed under the Endangered Species ... html 24011 english Carbon Credits / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-316749-64 A carbon credit is a certificate or permit representing a reduction, removal, or avoidance of one metric ton of carbon dioxide or its equivalent in the atmosphere. As a large-scale forest landowner, carbon credit markets represent an emerging opportunity for school trust lands, especially for forested trust lands with the potential for carbon sequestration. Carbon Credits A carbon credit is a certificate or permit representing a reduction, removal, or avoidance of one metric ton of carbon dioxide or its equivalent in the atmosphere. As a large-scale forest landowner, carbon credit markets represent an emerging opportunity for school trust lands, especially for forested trust lands with the potential for carbon sequestration. 2017-10-30T14:43:55.3370000Z 2023-01-18T16:02:03.5182363Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2023-01-18T10:02:03-0600 Carbon Credits Forests play a key role in meeting carbon emission reduction goals by capturing and storing carbon immediately, rapidly, in great quantity, and ... html 24583 english Wetland Banking / Minnesota Office of School Trust Lands tcm:1107-316747-64 The Office of School Trust Lands is currently exploring the establishment of wetland banking credits on school trust lands. The fiduciary obligation of school trust land trustees requires that economic activity be undertaken on trust lands whenever possible. Taking advantage of wetland banking on currently unproductive trust lands with aquatic features furthers the fulfillment of this statutory duty. Wetland Banking The Office of School Trust Lands is currently exploring the establishment of wetland banking credits on school trust lands. The fiduciary obligation of school trust land trustees requires that economic activity be undertaken on trust lands whenever possible. Taking advantage of wetland banking on currently unproductive trust lands with aquatic features furthers the fulfillment of this statutory duty. 2017-10-30T14:39:18.3300000Z 2023-01-18T15:59:12.0755539Z eng, width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0 2023-01-18T09:59:12-0600 Wetland Banking The Office of School Trust Lands is currently exploring the establishment of wetland banking credits on school trust lands. 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