Workshop on How to Conserve Family Lands (Logan, OH)

From the Rural Rambler:

Workshop on How to Conserve Family Lands

Appalachia Ohio Alliance, a non-profit land trust, announces a spring
workshop for landowners interested in protecting their lands for future
generations. Topics will include: forestry management, agricultural
easements, habitat and watershed protection, regional planning goals and
federal tax credits available to properties with qualified conservation values.

Please RSVP to Susi Rankis at (740) 767-4938 or susi@ruralaction.org
The workshop focuses on the Hocking River watershed with outreach to
residents of Southeast Ohio with an emphasis on Hocking, Athens and Fairfield counties.

The workshop will be:
May 12th, 6-8 pm at the Olde Dutch Restaurant in Logan, Ohio. At 5 pm a
room is reserved for a no-host dinner buffet, displays and personnel will be available for individual consultations. Please check AOA's web site www.appalachiaohioalliance.org

Olde Dutch Restaurant
12791 State Route 664 S
Logan, OH 43138-8985
(740) 385-1000

AOA has been actively helping families protect their lands since 2002.

 

This event is also being sponsored by: