Legacy Planning for Forest Landowners
Forests and farmland are valued for multiple reasons such as wildlife, privacy, recreation, timber, hunting, or scenic qualities. Are you prepared to pass the environmental and heirloom values rooted in your forest to the next generation? The cost of not planning and future tax burdens may put your land’s ownership in jeopardy. If you don’t plan, the government will plan for you. By researching and planning ahead of time, you can ensure your wishes are met and minimize the financial costs and emotional challenges while securing your woodland legacy.
- Family Wealth - James E. Hughes Jr.
- Landowners Guide to Conservation Easements - Steven Bick and Harry Haney
- Preserving Family Lands: Books 1, 2 and 3 - Stephen J. Small
- Legal Aspects of Owning and Managing Woodlands -Thom J. McEvoy
- Positive Impact Forestry - Thom J. McEvoy
- Planning Family Forests - How to Keep Woodlands Intact and in the Family