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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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Stay Within Your Lines
As a child growing up, Mama would always tell me to stay within my lines as I was learning to color, and she watched my lines closely. Now as an adult, I am still watching those lines but in a … Continue reading
Hunting Lease Reviews and Renewals
This is the time of the year that we begin to think about reviewing and renewing the hunting leases we offer on some of our property. We do not own large tracts of land, and all our tracts are not … Continue reading
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
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