Many land-owning families face the difficult challenge of maintaining their property in family ownership, an issue deserving greater attention among Extension educators. In the longitudinal study reported here we assessed the effectiveness of an educational program in helping family woodland owners prepare to pass land on to the next generation and found an impact on participants' reported behavior. About 18-months after the Ties to the Land workshop, 71% of respondents reported taking at least one succession planning action as a result their participation.
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Winthrow-Robinson, B., Allred, S. B., Landgren, C., & Sisock, M. (2013). Planning Across Generations: Helping Family Landowners Maintain Their Ties to the Land. The Journal of Extension, 51(5), Article 8. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss5/8