Web address: www.cglease.com.
You have to register on their website in order to bid on a tract. Go to available leases and they will list the counties that have tracts up for bid. When you look at the tract listings you need to look close- some are bow only due to the size or proximity to houses. They will give the minimum bid for each tract. Like I said above, I would highly suggest that you go and look at any tracts that you have an interest in- Google Earth may not show recent cutting activity or access. I have looked at tracts that only access is across private property, which limits your ability to put up a gate or access it thru other Campbell tracts that have locked gates. There are some drawbacks to leasing any timber company land like timber operations and now drilling or pipeline activity...and if you listen to a lot of folks theft and poaching problems. I live very close to the properties that I lease- one is less than a mile away and one is only seven miles away so I can monitor them constantly for any unwanted activity. To me the pro's outweigh those- reasonably priced land and the chance to keep it long term...Follow their rules and the rules of the state of Texas and you can probably keep it as long as you want.