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Farm Transition Planning Conference Planned for August 

By:Robert Moore, Tuesday, May 14th, 2024
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The Cultivating Connections Conference, an annual event dedicated to farm transition planning, is returning for its second year on August 5th and 6th, 2024. This year's conference will be held at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and will convene farm transition planners—attorneys, accountants, educators, and other professionals—from across the country.

Cultivating Connections serves as a forum for learning, discussing, and collaborating on the latest strategies, tools, and legal and tax aspects of farm transition planning. The conference fosters a supportive community dedicated to preserving the legacy and sustainability of family farms for future generations.

Conference Highlights:

  • In-depth sessions and workshops: Featuring a real-life case study, the conference delves into practical farm transition planning techniques, estate planning considerations, and tax implications.
  • Networking opportunities: Attendees can connect with peers, share experiences, and build relationships with a network of farm transition professionals.
  • Expert speakers: The conference brings together a distinguished faculty of attorneys, accountants, professors, and other professionals who share their knowledge and insights.
  • The Association of Farm Transition Planners: This newly formed association offers ongoing support and resources for farm transition professionals beyond the conference.

Registration and More Information

For detailed information about the Cultivating Connections Conference agenda, speakers, and registration, please visit https://go.osu.edu/cultivatingconnections or use the QR code below. For more information or questions, contact Robert Moore (moore.301@osu.edu).

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About the Cultivating Connections Conference

The Cultivating Connections Conference is a partnership between The Ohio State University Agricultural & Resource Law Program, Iowa State University Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation, and the National Agricultural Law Center.