Dividend Tax Information
         2015 IRS Form 8937
         2012 IRS Form 8937


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Potlatch generally releases its quarterly results approximately 30 days following the end of each quarter. Conference calls associated with the release of results will be scheduled and announced on this website and via news release.



Contact Information

Bank of America Merrill Lynch
New York, NY

George L. Staphos

Phone: 646.855.2899

BMO Capital Markets
New York, NY

Ketan Mamtora

Phone: 212.883.5121

Buckingham Research
New York, NY

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Phone: 212.922.2029

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Portland, OR

Steve Chercover

Phone: 503.603.3021

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St. Petersburg, FL

Collin Mings

Phone: 727.567.2585

RBC Dominion Securities
Vancouver, BC

Paul C. Quinn

Phone: 604.257.7048

ROE Equity Research
New York, NY

Gail Glazerman

Phone: 646.580.9597

Vertical Research
New York, NY

Chip Dillon



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    Potlatch Corporation
    Investor Relations
    601 West First Avenue, Suite 1600
    Spokane, Washington 99201

Potlatch Corporation was originally incorporated in 1903 in the state of Maine. Following a merger with Clearwater Timber Company and Edward Rutledge Timber Company in April 1931 the corporate name was changed to Potlatch Forests, Inc. In 1955 the company relocated its state of domicile to Delaware.

Effective January 1, 2006, Potlatch restructured its operations to qualify for treatment as a real estate investment trust, or REIT, for Federal income tax purposes. The REIT tax rules require that the company derive most of its income, other than income generated by a taxable REIT subsidiary, from investments in real estate, which for the Company primarily includes income from the sale of standing timber. Accordingly, prior to the REIT conversion, the Company transferred to a wholly owned taxable REIT subsidiary, or Potlatch TRS, substantially all of our manufacturing facilities, assets used by Potlatch for the harvesting of timber and the sale of logs, and selected land parcels that Potlatch expects to be sold or developed for higher and better use purposes. The use of Potlatch TRS, which is taxed as a C corporation, enables the Company to continue to engage in these non-REIT qualifying businesses without violating the REIT requirements.

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