Pass It On
YOUR LAND: Ensuring YOUR LEGACY
You love your woods and you want to keep them in the family for your children and grandchildren to enjoy. But are you confident that will happen?
Experience tells us that, many woodland owners don't realize this vision for their land. A lot can go wrong. Children move away and have little interest in managing the land. Or, with no single executor in place, decisions are hard to make and the land falls into disrepair and disuse. In some cases, the a woodland may get divided among the owner's heirs into fragments that are not ecologically viable.
An important part of caring for and preserving your woods is planning for the future. And while that can sound like a daunting task, it doesn’t have to be.
These pages will help you clarify your plans for your land, get your family on board with these plans, and set up the mechanisms for implementing your vision for your land.
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