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Estate Planning Mistakes and Solutions

4/8/2020: Learning From Other's Mistakes: Estate Planning Mistakes and Solutions Many families struggle to start developing an estate plan that works to continue the farm on to the next generation. Not properly planning can lead to the loss of a family farm and cause conflicts between family...

Water Testing Basics and Understanding Water Test Results

6/24/2020: Water Testing Basics and Understanding Water Test Results Water tests can help homeowners and farmers better understand how safe their water sources are for different uses. Tune into this webinar to learn how water samples are collected, tested, and how to interpret water test results...

Family Communication in Farm Succession Planning

This webinar is scheduled for 12/9/2020. To register and attend please visit: https://universityofextension.eventbrite.com/ 12/9/2020: Family Communications in Farm Succession Planning This webinar will focus on the importance of good communications and strategies for success when discussing topics...

8 Lifestyle Tips for a Healthy Brain

This webinar is scheduled for 11/11/2020. To register and attend please visit: https://universityofextension.eventbrite.com/ 11/11/2020: 8 Lifestyle Tips for a Healthy Brain Brain health is the ability to remember, learn, concentrate and have a clear, active mind. This presentation provides...

How to Build a Professional and Personal Landlord-Tenant Relationship

Landlords and tenants both benefit from having a great landlord-tenant relationship and it all begins with communication. Learn the many means of communication, resources for contracts, budgets, grain marketing and much more. Presenter: Jenny Rhodes, University of Maryland Extension Slides Sample...

Caring for your septic system and water wells

10/14/2020: Caring for your septic system and water wells This webinar will cover the basics of drinking water wells and septic systems. Topics include: a) the important value of your septic system and water well provides you and your home in supplying safe drinking water and sustainable waste...

Agricultural Labor Mistakes to Avoid

9/23/2020: Agricultural Labor Mistakes to Avoid Agricultural employers face a variety of unique legal challenges. Although there are some exemptions for agricultural workers in federal and state labor laws, incorrectly applying those exemptions is, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, a...

Thoughts on Animal Welfare

9/9/2020: Thoughts on Animal Welfare Animal welfare is in the eye of the beholder. In other words, different stakeholders have different perspectives and definitions of animal welfare. In the United States, the consumer is the primary stakeholder driving the dynamics of change in how livestock and...

Emotional Well-Being: Warning Signs and Resources

Recording not available. Slide set is below. 8/26/2020: Emotional Well-Being: Warning Signs and Resources Farmers experience a wide range of emotional stress that can affect both the individual and their family. This session will share warning signs and resources available to deal with emotional...

Marketing Campaigns- Start Small to Grow Tall

How much should you budget for marketing your product or service in your annual planning? Hurried and worried that you don't have time for all that posting, writing, emailing, and going to markets? Prioritize you marketing efforts to be most efficient and effective for where you are in your...

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