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$60,000
Evergreen AL 36401
40 acres
40 Acres in Conecuh County, AlabamaMore Detail +
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Joe Blackburn , Tutt Land Company
Pine Plantations Creek Flows Through Property Hardwood Bottom Areas Deer and Turkey Hunting Description Property is located 10 miles east of Evergreen and 2 miles north of st...
$85,600
Evergreen AL 36401
80 acres
80 Acres in Conecuh County, AlabamaMore Detail +
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Joe Blackburn , Tutt Land Company
Great buy at $1,070 per acre! Located 13 miles north of Evergreen Alabama just off State Highway 83 onto CCC Trail. Approximately 38 acres of this tract is in 8-year-old Loblolly Pine Plantation. T...
$48,000
CCC Trail Evergreen AL 36401
40 acres
Sepulga 40More Detail +
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Joe Blackburn , Tutt Land Company
Just reduced! Attention hunters this tract is located in Conecuh County about 12 miles north of Evergreen, Alabama just off State Highway 83 on the CCC Trail. It has been used in the past years as ...
$90,000
Evergreen AL 36401
120 acres
Tupelo 120More Detail +
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Joe Blackburn , Tutt Land Company
$750 per acre! Located 3 Miles northwest of Evergreen, Alabama just off County Road 20, this tract was clear cut about five years ago and the majority is in natural regeneration. Some hardwood was...

Conecuh County, AL Land Info

The strict definition of natural forest is open to some debate, as there are technically very few areas of forestland not affected by some degree of human-related activity over time, be that cutting, grazing or the introduction of non-native tree and plant species. The United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization takes a slightly more flexible stance when defining a forest’s “naturalness” as being in a condition that’s “undisturbed by man.” Much of the natural forest for sale on Land and Farm offers prime acreage for recreation and hunting.

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