Ties to the Land
PERMIT NO. 12
Please return this form with registration fee to: Ties to the Land
WSU Ferry County Extension
350 E. Delaware Ave. #9 Succession planning for
Republic, WA 99166
(Make check payable to Ferry County-Title 3)
family forest landowners
Address: _________________________________ I N FORM ATI ON AN D REGI S TRATI ON
November 13 &
State: ______________ Zip: ________________
December 4, 2008
Daytime phone: ( ) ___________________
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
E-mail: __________________________________ Republic, WA
Number in family/ownership to attend: ______
Registration fee of $25 per family or
ownership includes one workbook with
CD, and refreshments.
Course fee .............................................$ 25.00
Extra workbooks @ $25.00 each..........$ ______
Total amount enclosed .......................$ ______
350 E. Delaware Ave. #9
Republic, WA 99166
Mobility assistance needed? Yes / No
Persons with a disability requiring special accommodations Leave a legacy
while participating in this program may call WSU Ferry County for the next generation
Extension, 509-775-5235, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. If
accommodation is not requested at least ﬁve days in advance, of family forest landowners.
we cannot guarantee availability of the accommodation.
WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all
without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be
reported through your local WSU Extension ofﬁce.
TIES TO THE LAND TW O - PA RT W OR K SH O P A G E N D A
A workshop for the whole family
Program Workshop Location
Working as a family, you will receive informa- Carousel Building
tion about legal and economic aspects of trans- Ferry County Fairgrounds
ferring forest lands from one generation to the 14 Lawson Way
next. This workshop is a mix of presentations Republic, WA 99166
and practical exercises to help families develop
techniques needed to address tough issues. Date and Time
The two-part workshop takes place on
Registration fee November 13 and December 4, 2008.
$25.00 per family/ownership Both classes run from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
Ties to the Land is an award-winning curriculum Emily Burt, Extension Educator
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If so, you probably have strong feelings
at Oregon State University Extension and the
about leaving your land in good condition
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Austin Family Business Program. Sponsors
human side of Estate Planning—focuses on • Washington State University Extension
Each family will receive a Ties to the Land work-
ways to maintain family ties to the land • Washington Farm Forestry Association
book & companion DVD, which are designed
from generation to generation, building • Family Forest Foundation
to help families continue to improve and direct
awareness of key challenges facing family
their communications and planning at home.
businesses, and motivating families to
address those challenges.
Enrollment in this course is limited to 20 families
and is ﬁrst-come, ﬁrst-served!
Is your family spread across the state?
Ties to the Land is also being offered in south
King County, Stevens, and Spokane Counties.
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