Thank you for attending last night’s webinar, Understanding the Tax Benefits of Conservation, the sixth webinar in the “Protecting your Legacy” landowner series! We hope you found the information useful.

If you could not make it to the webinar last night, or you would like to view it again, you can access the presentation from the session here. All the recordings for the webinars can also be found at MassWoods.org/webinars.

We wanted to provide some resources for you to build off of last night's webinar. To learn more about Massachusett's current use program, MassWoods has information on the Chapter 61 web page where you can also find a Chapter 61 publication. Additionally, you may use the Chapter 61 Calculator. During the webinar, Paul mentioned a Legacy Planning Tool that he developed for landowners to start thinking through conservation tools that fit their goals. Additional tax information can be found at MassWoods. To learn more about the Amendment to the Estate Tax click here.

MassLand and MassWoods, both have resources to help you find a land trust, attorney, or another professional close to you as well as other great resources.

Your feedback is important to us to make our programming better in the future. We really listen to what you have to say! Please fill out this evaluation form if you were able to attend.

Be sure to join us for next month’s session, Take the Next Step, on April 13th from 6:30 – 8 p.m. over Zoom. This session will be a great chance for landowners to pull all the information we have been talking about together and start to develop a plan for their land. If you haven’t already registered, you can do so at MassWoods.org/webinars. A link for the event will be sent out a few days in advance. 

We hope to see you again in April!

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