There's about one month remaining to submit proposals to buy Oregon's Elliott State Forest.
The Oregon Department of State Lands says so far, no one has expressed interest in the 82,000 acre property in southwest Oregon.
The state values the land at $220 million and says whoever buys it would have to maintain public access on at least 50 percent of the site. The new owner would also have to preserve part of it for old-growth timber and protect fish habitat.
But some conservation groups say those guidelines will be hard to enforce if private investors buy the land.