Many family forest owners envision their land remaining in the family for generations. But does your family share your dreams for the future of your land? Do you have a plan in place to keep the land intact? Passing property from one generation to the next is legally and emotionally challenging. This program is designed to give landowners and families the tools to make the transition a successful one. We encourage attendees to bring family members to start the planning process together.
Session 1: What are the tools available to help you plan your estate? This session includes presentations on ownership options, transfer tools, land conservation options and financial tools and implications. We will have an attorney, land trust representative and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or tax specialist presenting and answering your questions.
Session 2: How do you ensure that your estate plan will be a success? This session will cover the steps necessary to ensuring the next owners are invested in your woodlands. We will cover keys to success and begin creating a vision and goals for a succession plan and an action plan to involve the next owners in your land.
Beaver Creek Reserve: S1 County Road K Fall Creek, WI 54742
Session 1: Tuesday, April 24 6-9pm
Session 2: Saturday, May 5 11am-3pm (lunch provided)
Central Wisconsin Environmental Station: 10186 County Rd MM, Amherst Junction, WI 54407
Session 1: Wednesday, April 25 6-9pm (optional dinner available at 5pm, add $9)
Session 2: Sunday, May 6 11am-3pm (lunch provided)
Upham Woods: N194 County Rd N Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Session 1: Monday, May 21 6-9pm
Session 2: Saturday, June 2 11am-3pm (lunch provided)
One person $50
Each additional family member/owner $15
Space is limited to the first 30 attendees for each workshop; register early to guarantee your spot. Fee includes one set of materials per family, snacks and lunch at the second session.
We will have options for virtual attendance for those who have family who want to attend but are unable to be there in person. This will include presentations and the ability to participate in family break-out discussions.
Register online at: http://go.wisc.edu/jiq0iy
For questions, contact: Jamie Nack (608) 265-8264 email@example.com
“Your Land, Your Legacy” is funded in part by the Renewable Resources Extension Act (RREA)