Forest Land Transition Planning Workshops

— Written By Kelley McCarter and last updated by Kerri Rayburn
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RALEIGH — Register by November 8, Registration Fee: $20

Foresters can receive 3 Category 1 CFE Credits

Learn About

  • Transferring and managing farm and forest assets at the retirement, disability or death of the principal managers and owners
  • Wills and trusts
  • Immediate and long-term use of business entities and agreements
  • Decisions that families should make prior to visiting legal and tax advisers
  • Sample case studies

The Speakers

Andrew Branan, an attorney in private practice, provides business and estate planning support to landowners who want to keep their farms, forests and other natural resource concerns growing and productive as they pass ownership to the next generation.
Guido van der Hoeven, an Extension specialist and senior lecturer at N.C. State University, has 30+ years of experience helping farm and timber landowners articulate goals for their businesses including a review of profitability, methods for transferring assets and management, tax issues and when landowners should initiate the ownership transfer process. He works to blend the needs of the exiting generation with the needs of the incoming generation.

To see details, register to attend, and pay by credit card, click the title date of each workshop.

November 14 Workshop: 1 to 4 p.m.
Northampton County Center
N.C. Cooperative Extension
9495 N.C. Highway 305
Jackson, NC 27845
To see details, register to attend and pay by credit card, click the date of each workshop. 

November 16 Workshop: 2 to 5 p.m.
Duplin County Center
N.C. Cooperative Extension
165 Agriculture Drive
Kenansville, NC 28349
To see details, register to attend and pay by credit card, click the date of each workshop. 

November 17 Workshop: 2 to 5 p.m.
Statesville Civic Center
300 South Center Street
Statesville, NC 28677

To see details, register to attend and pay by credit card, click the date of each workshop. 

— Kelley McCarter
Program Coordinator
Forestry & Environmental Resources – NC State University