Farm Succession Planning Workshop September 7

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Join ASAP and Mountain BizWorks for a half-day workshop on planning for your farm’s future. 

Do you have a farm plan for retirement? Are your heirs going to take on the family farm business or is someone willing to buy it? There are many pieces of the puzzle to consider when planning for the future, but knowing your options and strategies for laying the groundwork are important to understand early on.

Hear from three farmers who offer different perspectives on farm transition, from developing a 10-year plan that includes their children, to planning for retirement and transferring farm ownership outside the family. Business and legal professionals will join the conversation to offer expertise about options and considerations across multiple models. Even young farmers can benefit from this important discussion.

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Friday, September 7, 2018, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards
588 Chestnut Gap Rd, Hendersonville, NC

Cost is $20 per person or $30 for two farm partners. Includes lunch.

Register online or contact the ASAP office at 828-236-1282.

Speakers: Andrew Branan of NC State University, Kimberly Hunter of Mountain BizWorks, William Yeager of Mosaic Realty, and William Hamilton of N.C. Cooperative Extension / NC State University

Farm Speakers: Jennifer Perkins of Looking Glass Creamery,  Jason Davis of North River Farms, and Doug Harmon of Harmon Dairy