Potlatch Schedules Second Quarter 2013 Earnings Release And Conference Call For July 24

SPOKANE, Wash., July 3, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Potlatch Corporation (Nasdaq:PCH) will release second quarter 2013 earnings on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, before the market opens. A live conference call and webcast will follow hosted by Michael J. Covey, chairman and chief executive officer, and Eric J. Cremers, president, chief operating officer and chief financial officer at 9 a.m. Pacific Time (noon Eastern Time).

Investors may access the webcast at www.potlatchcorp.com by clicking on the Investor Resources link or by conference call at 1-866-393-8403 for U.S./Canada and 1-706-679-7929 for international callers. Participants will be asked to provide conference I.D. number 15190319.

A replay of the conference call will be available two hours following the call until July 31, 2013 by calling 1-800-585-8367 for U.S./Canada or 1-404-537-3406 for international callers. Callers must enter conference I.D. number 15190319 to access the replay.

ABOUT POTLATCH

Potlatch is a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) with approximately 1.4 million acres of timberland in Arkansas, Idaho and Minnesota. Potlatch, a verified forest practices leader, is committed to providing superior returns to stockholders through long-term stewardship of its forest resources. The company also conducts a land sales and development business and operates wood products manufacturing facilities through its taxable REIT subsidiary. More information about Potlatch can be found on the company's website at www.potlatchcorp.com .
CONTACT: (Investors)         Eric Cremers         509-835-1521                  (Media)         Mark Benson         509-835-1513

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