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Landowner Liability and Recreational Access (EB-357)

The increasing interest of the general public in outdoor recreation activities, the limited amount of public land available, and increasing development of open space have created greater pressure on private rural land for recreation. Private landowners in Maryland will benefit from understanding...

Tax and Estate Planning for Maryland Forest Landowners (FS-630)

Forest landowners in Maryland can increase the financial returns ofn their forest stewardship efforts by minimizing property, income, and estate taxes. This fact sheet describes several laws and programs that enable forest landowners to decrease their tax liabilities.

Understanding Sustainable Forestry

Tuesday, Apr. 29, 2014 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Wye Room, Talbot County Community Center
University of Maryland Extension in partnership with the Talbot County Office of Economic Development will host an evening workshop on sustainable forestry at the Talbot County Community Center in Easton. The presentation will be held on Tuesday, April 29 th in the Wye Oak Room and is free to the...

Finding Land to Feed the Local Food Movement

Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Prince George's County Soil Conservation District Office
Join us as we figure out ways to keep farming strong in Prince George’s County and the region by finding land for beginning farmers to lease or purchase. We need more beginning farmers! People think of Prince George’s as an urban county, but according to the most recently published agricultural...

Developing a Fee-Fishing Enterprise: An Opportunity in Recreational Tourism

Fishing is a popular recreational pastime in the United States. As the demand for public fishing opportunites increases, landowners might consider providing a quality fishing experience on private land. This fact sheet provides the landowner with information to begin the business evaluation process...

Landowner Liability and Recreational Access

The increasing interest of the general public in outdoor recreation activities, the limited amount of public land available, and increasing development of open space have created greater pressure on private rural land for recreation. Private landowners in Maryland will benefit from understanding...
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