Calendar

Jan
29
Wed
Farm and Ranch Succession Planning Workshop @ Multnomah Grange
Jan 29 @ 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Are you concerned about the high costs of the Oregon estate tax? Are you unsure who will take over your farm? Are you trying to identify a farm and business transition plan for family members? East Multnomah and Clackamas SWCDs present the Farm and Ranch Succession Workshop Series to help you with these challenges!

  • When: January 15th & 29th, February 12th & 26th
    1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., with a complimentary light lunch provided at 12:30 p.m.
  • Where: Multnomah Grange, 30639 SE Bluff Road, Boring
  • Cost: Free!
  • Registration: Kathryn Nishimoto at (503) 594-0738, kathykb@clackamas.edu
  • Questions: Diana Tourney at (503) 594-0732

Goal Setting for You and Your Family, Wednesday, January 29th

  • Communicating strategies and goal setting
  • Learn from self-analysis
  • Navigating the equity issue among heirs and key employees

Getting Organized, Wednesday, February 12th

  • Organizing your business entity – the best structure
  • Organizing your finances
  • Operational considerations
  • Minimizing estate tax

Passing on Management Roles, Wednesday, February 26th

  • Preparing the business for transition of all roles
  • How to work with your family to pass on the business (estate vs. will)
  • Easements as a succession tool
Feb
12
Wed
Farm and Ranch Succession Planning Workshop @ Multnomah Grange
Feb 12 @ 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Are you concerned about the high costs of the Oregon estate tax? Are you unsure who will take over your farm? Are you trying to identify a farm and business transition plan for family members? East Multnomah and Clackamas SWCDs present the Farm and Ranch Succession Workshop Series to help you with these challenges!

  • When: January 15th & 29th, February 12th & 26th
    1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., with a complimentary light lunch provided at 12:30 p.m.
  • Where: Multnomah Grange, 30639 SE Bluff Road, Boring
  • Cost: Free!
  • Registration: Kathryn Nishimoto at (503) 594-0738, kathykb@clackamas.edu
  • Questions: Diana Tourney at (503) 594-0732

Goal Setting for You and Your Family, Wednesday, January 29th

  • Communicating strategies and goal setting
  • Learn from self-analysis
  • Navigating the equity issue among heirs and key employees

Getting Organized, Wednesday, February 12th

  • Organizing your business entity – the best structure
  • Organizing your finances
  • Operational considerations
  • Minimizing estate tax

Passing on Management Roles, Wednesday, February 26th

  • Preparing the business for transition of all roles
  • How to work with your family to pass on the business (estate vs. will)
  • Easements as a succession tool
Feb
20
Thu
Conservation Partnership Webinars
Feb 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Up next: On December 19th, Tara Choate (OWEB), Rob Hoshaw (Long Tom Watershed Council), and Pat Holliday (Grant SWCD) will present “Escaping the Too Lean Budget Trap: Using Federally Negotiated Indirect Cost Rates to get what you actually need.”

Full description, registration link, and recordings of previous webinars (e.g. “Your OWEB Grant from Start to Finish,” “Riparian Restoration Monitoring for Salmonid Recovery within a Multiple Use Management Context”) are available on the OrCP “Webinars” page.

OWEB Focused Investment Partnership Informational Webinar
Feb 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Feb
26
Wed
Farm and Ranch Succession Planning Workshop @ Multnomah Grange
Feb 26 @ 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Are you concerned about the high costs of the Oregon estate tax? Are you unsure who will take over your farm? Are you trying to identify a farm and business transition plan for family members? East Multnomah and Clackamas SWCDs present the Farm and Ranch Succession Workshop Series to help you with these challenges!

  • When: January 15th & 29th, February 12th & 26th
    1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., with a complimentary light lunch provided at 12:30 p.m.
  • Where: Multnomah Grange, 30639 SE Bluff Road, Boring
  • Cost: Free!
  • Registration: Kathryn Nishimoto at (503) 594-0738, kathykb@clackamas.edu
  • Questions: Diana Tourney at (503) 594-0732

Goal Setting for You and Your Family, Wednesday, January 29th

  • Communicating strategies and goal setting
  • Learn from self-analysis
  • Navigating the equity issue among heirs and key employees

Getting Organized, Wednesday, February 12th

  • Organizing your business entity – the best structure
  • Organizing your finances
  • Operational considerations
  • Minimizing estate tax

Passing on Management Roles, Wednesday, February 26th

  • Preparing the business for transition of all roles
  • How to work with your family to pass on the business (estate vs. will)
  • Easements as a succession tool
Feb
27
Thu
Annual Invasive Species and Exotic Pests Workshop
Feb 27 all-day

9th Annual Invasive Species and Exotic Pests Workshop, February 27 in Stevenson, WA. Attendees will likely be able to receive recertification credits from ODA, WSDA, ISA, and OLCB. If you have questions, please email Courtney Gattuso, CWMA Coordinator.

Mar
17
Tue
Oregon Emergency Preparedness Workshop
Mar 17 – Mar 19 all-day
Mar
19
Thu
Conservation Partnership Webinars
Mar 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Up next: On December 19th, Tara Choate (OWEB), Rob Hoshaw (Long Tom Watershed Council), and Pat Holliday (Grant SWCD) will present “Escaping the Too Lean Budget Trap: Using Federally Negotiated Indirect Cost Rates to get what you actually need.”

Full description, registration link, and recordings of previous webinars (e.g. “Your OWEB Grant from Start to Finish,” “Riparian Restoration Monitoring for Salmonid Recovery within a Multiple Use Management Context”) are available on the OrCP “Webinars” page.

Apr
16
Thu
Conservation Partnership Webinars
Apr 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Up next: On December 19th, Tara Choate (OWEB), Rob Hoshaw (Long Tom Watershed Council), and Pat Holliday (Grant SWCD) will present “Escaping the Too Lean Budget Trap: Using Federally Negotiated Indirect Cost Rates to get what you actually need.”

Full description, registration link, and recordings of previous webinars (e.g. “Your OWEB Grant from Start to Finish,” “Riparian Restoration Monitoring for Salmonid Recovery within a Multiple Use Management Context”) are available on the OrCP “Webinars” page.

May
21
Thu
Conservation Partnership Webinars
May 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Up next: On December 19th, Tara Choate (OWEB), Rob Hoshaw (Long Tom Watershed Council), and Pat Holliday (Grant SWCD) will present “Escaping the Too Lean Budget Trap: Using Federally Negotiated Indirect Cost Rates to get what you actually need.”

Full description, registration link, and recordings of previous webinars (e.g. “Your OWEB Grant from Start to Finish,” “Riparian Restoration Monitoring for Salmonid Recovery within a Multiple Use Management Context”) are available on the OrCP “Webinars” page.