Penn State Extension will hold two one-hour Forest Legacy Planning – Moving Towards the Decision Point webinars on June 8th at noon and 7 pm.
Planning for your forestland after your tenure can be a daunting task. Forest legacy planning allows current owners to create structures and processes to allow for seamless transition of the land, as well as the stewardship ethic.
During these Pennsylvania Forest Seminar: Forest Legacy Planning – Moving Towards the Decision Point webinars, Paul Roth, Project Manager, NFWF project “Conservation Based Estate Planning,” and Allyson Muth, Director of the Center for Private Forests at Penn State will talk about the steps to take to get to forest legacy planning, and walk you through the planning process, professionals to assist, and best practices to ensure it goes smoothly.
To register for one of these webinars, go to https://extension.psu.edu/pennsylvania-forest-seminar-forest-legacy-planning-moving-towards-the-decision-point?j=603439&sfmc_sub=74322827&l=159_HTML&u=13927593&mid=7234940&jb=3007&utm_medium=email&utm_source=MarketingCloud&utm_campaign=FORS-PAFORESTSEMINARS-JUNE-2021&utm_content=FORS-PAFORESTSEMINARS-JUNE-2021&subscriberkey=0030W00003qskRtQAI