Webinar: Woodland Legacy Planning: Carrying Stewardship Forward

  • 09/10/2013
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Penn State University Webinar
Eighty percent of private forest landowners intend to leave their forestland as a legacy to their heirs or other beneficiaries. Only forty percent have actually discussed a legacy plan, and fewer still have a plan in place. Legacy planning, comprised of estate planning, land stewardship, and communications, is a planning process to achieve a joint vision and a smooth transition between owners. The Woodland Legacy Planning Project, by researchers at Penn State and Cornell, was intended to create tools and resources for landowners as they begin to think about what happens to land after their tenure. This webinar will present a case for the importance of legacy planning, an overview of the tools available to aid in getting the conversation started, and direct landowners to resources available as they make their hopes concrete. Presented by Allyson Muth, Forest Stewardship Program Associate, Penn State Department of Ecosystem Science and Management. Society of American Foresters CFE credits have been applied for.

This webinar is free, but attendees must pre-register.  It is presented twice - once at 11 am Central Time and again at 6 pm Central Time.

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