Oklahoma officials say they have recovered $1.7 million worth of unclaimed land and more than 200 properties in the state.
The amount was posted on the Oklahoma Department of Revenue website Friday.
The unclaimed lands were purchased from property owners who were unclaimed after a storm or flood, officials said.
They are being offered to qualified individuals and companies for use in stormwater restoration.
The property recovery efforts are part of the Recovery Oklahoma Program, a $500 million federal program.
Officials said the program helps homeowners recover property that they lost in storms or floods.
In 2015, the state collected $1,000,000 from unclaimed unclaimed or unclaimed-for-sale properties.