WSU Extension hosts land succession workshop March 31 at Carnation Farm

  • Tuesday, March 6, 2018 1:31pm
  • Life

Your land will outlive you, prompting many questions about what happens to it after you’re gone. Who will care for it? Will it be a family legacy or a family squabble? Will it be kept intact and protected, or divided up and sold off in pieces? What is the long-term future that you want for your property?

WSU Extension is facilitating a succession planning workshop to help landowners explore these issues, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at Carnation Farm. The workshop will feature the award-winning Ties to the Land curriculum. Cost is $35 per couple before March 22 and $45 thereafter. The cost includes one set of materials and lunch for two. Additional copies of materials and lunches will be available for purchase.

Register at forestry.wsu.edu/nps/events/ttl or call Kelsey Ketcheson at (206) 263-1128, or send email to kelsey.ketcheson@wsu.edu. Space is limited.

Extension programs are available to all without discrimination. Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations while participating in this program may contact WSU Extension at 206-263-1128.

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