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Kevin Spafford is Farm Journal’s succession planning expert for the Farm Journal Legacy Project.  He hosts the nationally-televised ‘Leave a Legacy’ TV, facilitates an ongoing series of workshops for farm families across the U.S., and is the author of Legacy by Design: Succession Planning for Agribusiness Owners.

Legacy Project Workshops: You're Invited!

Dec 02, 2011

LegacyWorkshopAmes"Where do I start?" and "Who can help?" are two of the most common questions we hear from Farm Journal readers as they consider their succession planning needs. The Farm Journal Legacy Project is designed to promote succession planning in the agriculture community. We’re intent on offering farmers and agribusiness owners good information, relevant tools and valuable experiences.

One of the very best ways to learn more about succession planning is by attending a Legacy Project Workshop. In the Workshop, you’ll learn from actual case studies, hands-on exercises and other client experiences. You’ll use some of the tools available through our website and you’ll walk away with a workbook full of useful recommendations. Over the course of six hours, you’ll learn the five keys to planning success and I’ll equip you with many of the secrets to achieving your succession goals.

Please join me at one of the Legacy Project Workshops next week, as we wrap up the 2011 tour. Each event offers an excellent beginning and a first step on the road to creating a lasting legacy.

December Workshop Locations:

Learn more, or register for next week’s events:

Kansas City, MO on Monday, Dec. 5

Normal, IL on Wednesday, Dec. 7

Memphis, TN on Friday, Dec. 9

Or register by phone: (877) 482-7203 

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