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Women for the Land Learning Circle - Farmland Succession Planning: Aligning values and tools to facilitate access for the next generation.
This gathering will help women landowners identify the values and priorities guiding their succession planning efforts and explore their options. Women will participate actively, reflecting on their own situation and articulating their goals. We’ll discuss how agricultural conservation easements may play a role in making farmland more accessible for the next generation, whether to family heirs, or non-relative farmland seekers. Women farmland seekers are also invited to participate to better articulate their goals and learn more about the different types of farmland transfer scenarios. Landowners and land-seekers will gain . . .

1) A clearer focus on what’s important for their land (identify your values to articulate your goals and priorities)
2) A better understanding of the jargon/vocabulary around land transfer, succession/estate planning, particularly the potential role of Ag Conservation Easements in those processes;
3) Increased awareness of non-relative transfer options
4) A better understanding of who to utilize for help

Caitlin Joseph, American Farmland Trust
Alison Volk, American Farmland Trust
Kara Heckert, Alison Volk, American Farmland Trust
Liya Schwartzman, CA Farmlink
Elizabeth Palmer, NRCS

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