Rogue Farm Corps, in collaboration with partners including the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District, is offering a day-long workshop on succession planning. The class will be held on Friday, April 20, 2018, at Clackamas Community College in Milwaukie.
Protecting your land’s agricultural and forest production while preserving family relationships can support your true legacy. Decisions you make now can allow for a smooth transition in the use and management of your property. This workshop will feature the critical tools and resources that farmers, ranchers, and foresters need to keep Oregon’s working lands working.
If you are a retiring farmer, come learn from experts about what it takes to pass on your business to the next generation – keeping it in the family or finding others to carry on production.
If you are an aspiring farmer, come learn about creative ways to start your farm business with topics on finding, leasing, financing, and buying agricultural land.
Changing Hands: A Workshop on Farm Succession Planning and Access to Land
- Register for the April 20th workshop at the Clackamas Community College Harmony Campus in Milwaukie
- $30 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and a networking happy hour
- Agenda for the day and list of guest presenters may be found here
Contact Ashley Rood with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 971-409-6806.
This workshop is made possible with the support of the following organizations: Clackamas SWCD, East Multnomah SWCD, Greenleaf Farm Management, Iroquois Valley Farms, Organically Grown Company, Southern Oregon University SBDC, The Oregon Community Foundation, Tualatin SWCD, and Capital Press.
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