A meeting will be held this fall in New Kent County to help landowners make plans for passing on their land to the next generation.
The Nov. 2 is one of several in-person and virtual workshops held by the Generation NEXT program, a collaboration between the Virginia Department of Forestry and Virginia Cooperative Extension to help Virginia landowners make plans to keep forests intact, in forest, and in family, a release stated.
The workshops, which are designed to help landowners get started in the process and clarify any misconceptions about the legacy planning process, will also take place in South Boston (Aug. 26-27) and Galax (Oct. 27), serving as opportunities for family members to ask difficult questions, receive useful information, and get on the same page about their plans for the future.
Typically, these sessions are only in-person, but a virtual workshop has been added so dispersed families can also take advantage of these resources and tools that make the planning ...
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