THE NEED FOR TRANSITION PLANNING
Agricultural lands make up 25% of Oregon’s land. Two-thirds of those lands (10.45 million acres) will change hands over the next 20 years. Oregon is anticipating one of the state’s largest generational shifts, and up to 80% of Oregon’s farmers may not have a succession plan in place. Your ranch is your legacy. How it passes down to the next generation can create harmony between your heirs and keep the business and land productive, or it can do the opposite. Carefully planning the future of your estate and ranch for generations to come is essential to passing on your family's legacy.
Diana Tourney, Small Business Development Center – The economics of small business transition planning
Drew Martin, Intermountain Law – Legal planning for the legacy of your land
Genevieve Perdue, Blue Mountain Land Trust – Conservation easements as a transition planning tool
Roger Ediger, Rancher – A landowner’s personal experience with planning for land transition
Nellie McAdams, Oregon Agricultural Trust –Group question & answer
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For more information and to RSVP please contact Genevieve Perdue at email@example.com or by phone at 541-620-5754.