University of Maryland Extension,
College Park, MD. – November 16, 2017
Denton will be one of several workshop locations in a series of one-day workshops to be held throughout Maryland this fall and winter for family farmers and ranchers interested in learning about the components of a successful farm transition.
The Farm and Forestry Succession Workshop will be held November 28, 2017 at the Caroline County Extension Office, 9194 Legion Rd., Ste. 4, Denton, MD 21629 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Sessions will cover family communications, business planning, forestry planning issues, estate and transition planning, and estate taxes.
To register online: midshoreworkshop.eventbrite.com/
“Research tells us that less than one-third of family businesses survive the transfer from one generation to the next,” said Sarah Everhart, Senior Legal Specialist with the Agriculture Law Education Initiative. “These workshops will provide farmers with the knowledge they need to plan a successful transition of the family farm.”
This workshop is hosted by the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, the Agriculture Law Education Initiative, University of Maryland Extension, Maryland Department of Agriculture, USDA-Risk Management Agency, Nationwide Insurance, and Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay.
The workshop is sponsored by Maryland Nursery, Landscape and Greenhouse Association. The workshop is a part of a series of workshops being hosted around Maryland sponsored by MidAtlantic Farm Credit, Maryland Farm Bureau, Delmarva Poultry Industries, Maryland Nursery, Landscape and Greenhouse Association, Maryland Forests Association, Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission and the Maryland/Delaware Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program.
For more information contact Sarah Everhart at firstname.lastname@example.org.