Tag Archives: family farm meetings

Involve the next generation before it is too late!

Two questions that are asked in many of our Landowner Legacy Communication© workshops, is “how do I get my children involved in our land” and “how did the Nippers do it.”  In reality, they are the same question.  In my … Continue reading

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Fiscal Cliff Resolution and Landowners

Several issues that forest landowners consider to be important were part of the fiscal cliff resolution that Congress passed a couple of weeks ago.  As part of this resolution, Congress passed a last-minute farm bill extension, essentially kicking the can down the … Continue reading

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Tax Considerations Before the End of the Year

A few days ago, I received my copy of the December CAPITAL IDEAS, the newsletter of the Alabama Forest Owners’ Association, Inc. (AFOA).  There is always good information in the newsletter, and we have used information from their newsletter in our … Continue reading

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Do We Need a Will for a Smaller Acreage of Timber?

Below is a question we received from a fellow landowner asking for our opinion. Question Our tree acres are limited; we have about 100 acres and wonder if my wife and I need to address them in our will.  Our … Continue reading

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Adult Children Beat Mom to the Punch!

Through our forestry association memberships and meeting attendance, we met a very nice middle-aged single mom with whom we have become friends.  We enjoy visiting with her about her family and her land, and she has attended several of our … Continue reading

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