Learn how to ensure your farm’s assets are secured for the next generation by attending a West Virginia University Extension Service class Tuesday, Feb. 9 in Moorefield.

The Enhancing Management to Secure the Future of Your Farm: Successful Generational Transfer meeting starts at 10 a.m. and runs through 3:30 p.m. that day. The meeting is free.

According to organizers, generational planning is a difficult task that requires a multi-step management plan. A variety of subject matter experts will address the basics of the complex issue and take questions from those in attendance.

On hand will be presenters with expertise in accounting, finance, insurance, business planning, record-keeping, risk management, estate planning and more.

Locally-sourced refreshments are provided. Food will be prepared and presented by students in the East Hardy High School Pro Start Program. Lunch will be provided by South Branch BBQ.

For more information, or if interested in attending, contact Tammy Wimer at 304-530-0273 or tammy.wimer@mail.wvu.edu. The priority registration date to ensure a spot is Monday, Feb. 1.

This meeting is sponsored by: Farm Credit, Country Mortgages: Cunningham Powell and Alexander, A.C.; Nationwide Insurance; Hardy County Farm Bureau and the WVU Extension Service.

The WVU Extension Service provides educational opportunities to local communities through offices in all 55 West Virginia counties. WVU Extension Service’s programs are accomplished in partnership with individuals, families, businesses, civic groups and governmental organizations statewide and throughout the nation.

To learn more about WVU Extension programs, visit www.ext.wvu.edu, or contact your local office of the WVU Extension Service.



CONTACT: Cassie Thomas, WVU Extension Service
304.293.8735, Cassie.Thomas@mail.wvu.edu

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