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Lon and Laura Rankin own several small and moderate size parcels of woodland in Oregon’s mid-Willamette valley. They’d taken care of the legal side of succession planning long ago.  “I learned about the importance of planning from my father and uncle. They both had trusts and the transfer to the next generation went so smoothly,” said Lon.
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For a majority of woodland owners leaving a land legacy for the next generation is an important ownership objective. Less than half of those who feel that way will successfully create such a legacy. This is sad because most of them could.
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Ginny and Allen Nipper and their family are landowners in southwest Arkansas, north, and central Louisiana. The Nipper’s primary goal is to increase the value of their land for their own profit (sentimentally or financially) and smoothly transition its management to their adult children one day.
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There are many reasons to keep a journal about your woodland property. One important reason is to create a history to share with family members. This history will help them understand your goals and allow them to appreciate the beauty of the place. Make sure to include plenty of photographs of the property and your family enjoying it.
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Guidelines and assistance to private forest owners and their professional advisors on the application of estate planning techniques to forest properties.
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Lon and Laura Rankin own several small and moderate size parcels of woodland in Oregon’s mid-Willamette valley. They’d taken care of the legal side of succession planning long ago.  “I learned about the importance of planning from my father and uncle.
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For a majority of woodland owners leaving a land legacy for the next generation is an important ownership objective. Less than half of those who feel that way will successfully create such a legacy. This is sad because most of them could.
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Ginny and Allen Nipper and their family are landowners in southwest Arkansas, north, and central Louisiana. The Nipper’s primary goal is to increase the value of their land for their own profit (sentimentally or financially) and smoothly transition its management to their adult children one day.
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There are many reasons to keep a journal about your woodland property. One important reason is to create a history to share with family members. This history will help them understand your goals and allow them to appreciate the beauty of the place.
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Guidelines and assistance to private forest owners and their professional advisors on the application of estate planning techniques to forest properties.
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With the holidays approaching, it's a great time to share your story of the woods with those you hope will care for it after you.