We recognize the diverse interests of our stakeholders and believe that our relationships both within and outside of PotlatchDeltic are an important part of our value-creation and success.

We regularly engage with a broad range of stakeholders including investors and analysts, employees, communities, customers, government representatives, Indigenous peoples, industry associations, non-governmental organizations, research organizations, and suppliers. This helps us to understand, prioritize, and manage our impacts as an organization and our opportunities towards systemic change. Meaningful stakeholder engagement is also a critical part of our ESG strategy, promoting increased knowledge and awareness of ESG issues, inviting feedback on insights and trends, and nurturing trust and collaboration.

Our engagement typically has three principal objectives: 1) to share information; 2) to promote meaningful dialogue; and 3) to build and maintain sustainable relationships. By providing information surrounding our strategies, accomplishments, and goals we allow internal and external stakeholders to make informed decisions. We properly and fairly disclose material information in compliance with law, and with the goal of maintaining transparency and accountability. We also seek meaningful dialogue with stakeholders, listening to their concerns and opinions, to continuously improve our business and our communications. Collaboration is a cornerstone of our values, and we view this as an essential component in finding solutions to the challenges we face both every day and in the longer term. We believe that building sustainable relationships and considering valued perspectives results in better outcomes. We communicate with our stakeholders through direct conversations, meetings, workshops, or conferences, and through the public release of information.

We maintain regular engagement with our shareholders and analysts in one-on-one or group meetings, calls, conferences, and at the annual shareholder meeting. Shareholders and analysts participate in our biennial ESG Materiality Assessment survey. We publish quarterly reports, Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Proxy Statements, and ESG Reports. We also respond to the CDP forests questionnaire and update our corporate /investor relations website. Topics discussed with shareholders and analysts included Company strategy, business fundamentals, capital allocation priorities, growth, and ESG. Feedback from the meetings was shared with the Board of Directors to keep them apprised of shareholder insights and trends. We see increased interest in our ESG-related issues and reporting from investors and analysts.

Transparency and engagement with our employees are an integral part of our culture. We engage with employees through day-to-day interactions, shift meetings, safety and other training sessions, meetings to review Company performance and progress on corporate initiatives, and through adherence to open-door policies. Town hall meetings and management visits provide opportunities for information sharing and for employees to ask questions. We also utilize external social media and an internal employee app to educate employees and share Company information on a timely basis. Topics discussed with employees include safety, COVID-19 protocols, health and wellness, benefits, diversity and inclusion, training and development, ethics and legal compliance, carbon and climate, and human rights.

Employees have ready access to their human resources manager, can receive retirement counseling and personalized financial advisory services, and participate in benefit fairs and webinars. Employees regularly receive relevant training on safety, job-specific, and corporate governance topics. Employees work with managers and human resources to evaluate potential opportunities for professional development and training, to set personal goals, and to conduct annual performance evaluations. We educate employees about our ESG efforts and work to embed ESG throughout the organization, including capital allocation decisions and issues related to carbon and climate. We conduct a biennial ESG Materiality Assessment survey, which includes a broad range of employees among the recipients.