Friday, November 22, 8:30am – 4pm
(Registration & Coffee 8:30 – 9)
Anderson Valley Grange • 9800 Hwy 128, Philo
Is your family is thinking of transferring working lands and businesses to the next generation? Get started with this practical workshop – it is never too early!
- Who will run your farm or ranch in 5, 10, or 20 years?
- How can you ensure their success, while protecting your interests?
- What's the best way to keep harmony in the family through this difficult process?
Experts from Mendocino County and around the state will provide key information and tools to help you address these questions and help plan for your land’s continued production in the future. Topics include:
- Business transfers;
- Family communications; and
- Estate and tax planning.
Workshop Presenters from:
California FarmLink; Northern California Farm Credit Business Consulting; Family Lands Consulting; Magruder Ranch, Potter Valley; Mannon, King & Johnson; and California Rangeland Trust.
Workshop participants will be eligible for a low- cost, private consultation with an attorney and/or CPA at a future date.
All generations are encouraged to attend. Lunch, workshop materials and one copy of California FarmLink’s Farm Succession Guidebook per family are included. Workshop cost: $25 each for the first two family members and $15 for each additional member.
Pre-registration is required by November 18
Call (707-895-3150) or send an email to:
Please include all names of family members who will attend and one contact phone number or email address.
A Legacy of Working Lands: Preserving Anderson Valley’s Heritage
This project is funded, in part, by a grant from The Community Foundation of Mendocino County, with additional support from Savings Bank of Mendocino County, East Bay Community Foundation, Navarro River Resource Center, California Rangeland Trust, Anderson Valley Grange, Mendocino Land Trust
Hosted by Anderson Valley Land Trust
Presented by California FarmLink