Cover Your A$$ets: Estate Planning, Conservation Planning and Income Options for Forestland Owners

Cover Your A$$ets: Estate Planning, Conservation Planning and Income Options for Forestland Owners

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Whether you own 25 acres or 2,500, Cover Your A$$ets is an indispensable guide for anyone who owns forest or agricultural land and wishes to see it maintained for future generations.

Forestland ownership and management can be a real challenge in the face of a changing forest product market and the land boom overtaking many areas of the South. It takes careful planning and active management to keep forest property economically viable today and in a productive and healthy condition for generations to come.

Cover Your A$$ets provides property owners and county officials with the tools they need to help maintain private ownership and active management of forestland properties in a valuable and sustainable manner. Presented over two DVDs by some of the leading authorities on forestry, land management and financial planning, the program covers topics such as:

• Estate Planning • Starting a Pine Straw Enterprise

• Conservation Easements • Hunting Leases for Revenue

• Wildlife Management Assistance • Silvopasture

• Rural Lands Stewardship • Ecotourism

A supplementary CD provides information about the project, presenter bios and abstracts, and other publications and Web links for each topic covered on the DVDs.

DVD1239, $40.00. ISBN:978-0-916287-65-8

For more information, please visit:

ifasbooks.ufl.edu

or call 1-800-226-1764.

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