1/28 & 2/25 Estate Planning with Mahaska/Marion Women, Land & Legacy


Mahaska/Marion Women, Land & Legacy presents…

Planning for the Future – Estate Planning A two-part Learning Session

A two-part Learning Session

Women who own farmland and/or farm in Mahaska and Marion Counties are invited to join their Women, Land & Legacy (WLL) team for a 2-Part Learning Session about Planning for the Future – Succession & Estate Planning.

Session 1: Tips on How to Best Organize Your Farm & Personal Information

Monday, January 28th, 2019
Registration: 6:00pm
Event: 6:30pm
ISU Extension, 212 N I Street, Oskaloosa
Contact: Wendi Denham, (641) 673-3476 ext. 2

Session 2:Follow-up & Questions to Estate & Planning Professionals

Monday, February 25th, 2019
Registration: 6:00pm
Event: 6:30pm
Peace Tree Brewery, 107 W Main St, Knoxville
Contact: Angie Vos, (641) 842-3114 ext. 200

These events are free and open to the public, both women and men.
An RSVP is encouraged. A light meal will be served.
Please contact the respective persons listed above by January 18th and February 15th for each event.

These Learning Sessions are an opportunity for women who are engaged in agriculture and land management to be engaged and learn more about the importance of getting farm and family affairs in order, focusing on questions to ask and mistakes to avoid. Women are highly encouraged to attend BOTH sessions. This was a topic of importance suggested by local women in Mahaska & Marion counties during Listening Sessions held in November 2017.

For more information contact Wendi Denham at (641)673-3476 ext. 3 or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/mahaskamarionwll. You can learn more about the state-wide program at www.womenlandandlegacy.org.

Sponsored By: Mahaska/Marion Women, Land & Legacy, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, USDA Farm Service Agency, Iowa Corn, and Iowa State Savings Bank

Women, Land & Legacy is a USDA project coordinated through the Women, Food & Ag. Network. More on WFAN at wfan.org. USDA is an equal opportunity lender, provider, and employer. Complaints of discrimination should be sent to USDA, Director, OCR, Washington D.C. 20250-9410 or call 866-632-9992 or 800-877-8339.