Two-thirds of Oregon's agricultural land will change hands in the next 20 years, but the vast majority of Oregon's farmers and ranchers don't have a succession plan. If this interests you, come March 13 at 5 p.m. for a timely event on an important topic.
Learn about recent research by Oregon State University, Portland State University and Rogue Farm Corps about agricultural land transition (see Capital Press article).
Hear from Enterprise-based Paige Sully about the steps to passing your legacy to the next generation.
Learn from a panel of landowners who have been through the process.
Hear from Wallowa Land Trust about working lands conservation easements as a tool to help you plan for succession and leave a legacy.
Nellie McAdams, Farm Preservation Program Director with Rogue Farm Corps, will lead the workshop. Light dinner included. RSVP to Nellie firstname.lastname@example.org. NEOEDD is co-sponsoring this great event!