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Family Farm Transition Webinar

Planning to transition the family farm from one generation to another generation?  This can be a very difficult process that requires good communication skills, goal setting, financial analysis, tax planning, and retirement planning.  Dr. Shannon Ferrell(link is external), associate professor of agricultural economics, will discuss how to start the process through goal-setting, family communication, and estate planning process.

This webinar is open to families starting to considering the farm transition process and professionals (bankers, attorneys, etc) working with farm families through the farm transition process.  Registration is available at https://aleifarmtransitionwebinar.eventbrite.com

The webinar is sponsored by the University of Maryland's Agriculture Law Education Initiative.  The Agriculture Law Education Initiative is a collaboration between the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, University of Maryland, College Park. Through the University of Maryland Extension - the statewide, non-formal agriculture education system - the collaboration partners with the School of Agricultural and Natural Sciences, University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

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