Ties to the Land: Succession Planning for Family Farms, Ranches and Working Forests
Photo by Alyssa Jumars

Ties to the Land: Succession Planning for Family Farms, Ranches and Working Forests

Saturday, March 14th
8:30am-4:30pm, Building 9, TwispWorks Campus

Ties to the Land is an award-winning curriculum developed to help families maintain ties to working lands, from generation to generation.

Workshop participants will explore the aspects of transferring a farm, ranch or working forest from one generation to the next. Workshop modules are a mix of presentations and practical exercises, designed to help participants:

- identify their objectives,
- understand the choices for ownership arrangements,
- and take steps towards achieving their ownership goals.

Instructor: Andy Perleberg, WSU Regional Extension Specialist and Forestry Team Leader

$35 cost includes lunch and course materials

REGISTER by March 10th here or email alyssa@methowconservancy.org

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