Your Land, Your Legacy Workshop Series

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Your Land, Your Legacy Workshop Series

With the amount of growth occurring in Cleveland, Gaston and Lincoln counties there have been a number of impacts to landowners. The Your Land, Your Legacy workshop series will serve to educate landowning and farming constituents on important topics which affect how you can use your land. Topics covered in the series include rural ag zoning, how county planning boards operate, present use value, conservation easements, voluntary and enhanced ag districts, timber/boundary/wildlife management issues, hunting leases and trespass, farm lease agreements, protecting water quality, cost share programs, forest management plans, and estate planning/will/trusts, etc.

Workshop #1 – Federal, State, and Local Government Regulatory Authority
February 18, 2022
130 S Post Rd, Shelby, NC
Topics covered: rural ag zoning, planning boards/board of adjustments, present use value and conservation easements

Workshop #2 – Protecting your Farm & Forestland
March 28, 2022
1350 Woodmill Winery Ln, Vale, NC
Topics covered: voluntary & enhanced ag districts, timber/boundary/wildlife management issues, hunting leases and trespass issues

Workshop #3 – The Business of Agriculture
April 22, 2022
1303 Dallas-Cherryville Hwy, Dallas, NC
Topics covered: farm lease agreements, finding land to lease or buy, protecting water quality, cost share programs, forest management plans, eminent domain and landowner rights

All three workshops are from 8:00 a.m. to noon. A sponsored breakfast will be served.

For further questions or to RSVP for this workshop series, call 704-922-2118.