Intergenerational Land Transfer
This is a joint program between the Financial Security for Later Life team and the University of Minnesota Extension Forestry team.
Getting Started with Intergenerational Land Transfers — A successful land transfer involves family, a structure or business to manage the woodland, and the completing legal aspects of land ownership.
Intergenerational Land Transfer Workshop — Two part workshop will give families the tools to start the land transfer process. Excellent resource for any woodland owner.
- Intergenerational Land Transfer
- Trees & Woodlands
- Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate? (property transfer)
- Minnesota Forestry Association
- Forest Stewardship Program (USDA)
- Estate Planning for Forest Families
- TIES TO THE LAND (Oregon State University)
- Estate Planning for Forest Landowers: What will Become of Your Timberland? (Harry L. Haney, Jr. and William C. Siegel, USDA Forestry Service)
- Land Protection Options: A Handbook for Minnesota Landowners (The Nature Conservancy, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, The Trust for Public Land, & the Minnesota Land Trust)
- Estate Planning Opportunities and Strategies for Private Forest Landowners (John C. Becker and Michael G. Jacobson, Pennsylvania State University)
- McEvoy, Thom J. (2004). Positive impact forestry: A sustainable approach to managing woodlands. Washington D.C.: Island Press.