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The Cultivating Connections Conference is an annual event for farm transition planners—those professionals dedicated to ensuring the seamless transition of agricultural operations from one generation to the next. This conference is a forum for learning and discussing the latest laws, strategies, tools, and insights necessary for effective farm transition planning. It brings together a diverse range of professionals--attorneys, accountants, educators, and financial advisors--who share a common goal: to preserve the legacy and sustainability of family farms for future generations. 

 At the heart of the conference is a focus on building strong, collaborative relationships among stakeholders in the farm transition process. Conference sessions aim to impart knowledge while fostering dialogue and building a supportive community of professionals dedicated to the continuity of agricultural legacies. Attendees can connect with peers and share issues, insights, and experiences.  Networking and educational opportunities continue beyond the conference and throughout the year with the newly formed Association of Farm Transition Planners. 

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


      Follow this link for conference information and registration.       



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