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The Center for Agricultural Profitability at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will present Returning to the Farm, a workshop series for families who are in the transition process of bringing members back to the farm or ranch. It will begin with a two-day workshop in York for multi-generational families on Dec. 9 and 10 at the Holthus Convention Center, 3130 Holen Ave.
The series assists families and agricultural operations with developing financial plans and successful working arrangements to meet their unique needs. It will guide families in developing estate and transition plans, setting personal and professional goals and improving the communication process between family members.
Pull up a comfortable chair and join us on the web! Attend the live session or watch a recording up to one week later. Courses offered by Fit and Healthy Kids are accepted in Nebraska, Georgia, Iowa, and South Dakota to meet annual in-service training requirements. https://go.unl.edu/fhkonehour