The Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation and USDA-S.C. Natural Resources Conservation Service are conducting a free educational workshop on preserving heirs property and on programs that benefit local farmers and landowners.
Experts will conduct an in-depth discussion on land ownership issues (including heirs’ property), on best sustainable farming practices, improving produce markets, creating conservation easements, farm financing and maximizing agricultural output.
The workshop will be held 6:30-8 p.m. March 12 in the Tri-Community Center at 1706 Poplar Hill Drive in Cross. Refreshments will be provided.
Learn how to protect your land and take advantage of the NRCS services, programs and practices to help you start a successful agricultural or timbering enterprise on your land or to improve on what you are already doing.
To reserve a seat, call Jackie Wilson at the center at (843) 745-7055 or toll free at 1-866-657-2676.
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